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Forbes Magazine Looking for 2020 Editorial Interns

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Forbes is looking to select a handful of student reporters to join the Forbes newsroom as part of the 2020 Editorial Intern Class. Interns are paid and have written dozens of posts for Forbes.com and contributed to some of their biggest flagship lists, including the Forbes 400 ranking of the wealthiest Americans and America’s Top…

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Andrew Lloyd Webber Initiative Offers University Scholarships

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The University scholarships provide opportunities for underserved public high school seniors who come from populations historically underrepresented in our industry; who demonstrate economic need and exceptional talent but have a lack of resources to attend college to study theatre.  To be eligible, applicants should be seniors in high school and show a financial need. Their area of…

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LACC Hosts Annual Math Contests for High School Students

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LACC will hold a math contest on their campus on March 7, 2020, from 7:45 AM to 12 PM. Middle and high school students in Southern California are eligible to participate. The problems to be solved in this competition require a solid algebra and geometry foundation. These problems challenge the student’s ability to think and…

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A Public Space Offers Editorial Fellowships

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Here’s a great opportunity for NY-based students interested in writing and looking to build an editorial career. A Public Space created a new Editorial Fellowship program which runs from March 15 – November 15, 2020. Fellows will receive intensive training in all aspects of editing, from evaluating submissions to publication of a piece. As part…

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Financial Literacy for Students

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Annuity.org has put together a great primer for students, Students & Financial Literacy, to help them navigate the financial aspects of college life. The free guide covers merit-based scholarships to meal plans and everything in between. It’s a great starting point to get students thinking about the monetary investment of a college education and how…

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Internship for Greeting Card Writer

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The Editing and Writing Studios at American Greetings is looking for an intern. The ten-week paid program beginning June 1, 2020. The position is located in Westlake, OH. Applicants should be Rising Sophomore, Junior, or Senior level with a preferred major of English or Creative Writing. They will also consider Theater, Communications, Marketing, or other…

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James Beard Foundation Gannett Fellowship for Food Writers

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The James Beard Foundation, with support from the Gannett Foundation, is looking for aspiring food journalists from underrepresented communities. The new media fellowship program will award a $2,500 grant for a 3-month term starting January through March 2020. The fellows should be local to the tri-state area (NY, NJ, CT) and would be expected to…

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Internships for High School Students

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Internships are a great way for students to get experience and connections, not to mention, the money doesn’t hurt. Here are a few summer opportunities for your student. The Intern Project (TIP) Provides paid summer internships for high school students in Los Angeles County. Students should be completing their junior or senior year of high…

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Free Workshop for Understanding Financial Aid

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Understanding the jargon of your student’s financial aid offer can mean the difference between a free ride and loans. You’ll want to make sure you’re comparing apples to apples when looking at offers from different schools. West Angeles Education and Enrichment program can help you. They offer a variety of workshops and classes for college…

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Summer Programs in the Arts for High School Students

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If your student is thinking about pursuing a career in the arts or just loves creating art, here are a few residential summer programs that offer scholarships and a variety of art classes. It’s a great way for your student to get a feel for what college life will be like at an art school.…

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