Giving our students practical skills is another main focus of the program. All students receive training in resume preparation, interviewing, and job skills. All students begin by volunteering in a Museum department. Community service hours are not only a requirement for graduation and many scholarships, but also a prerequisite to receiving a paid position at the Museum.

Depending on available funding, a limited number of paid internships and part-time employment is available for those students who demonstrate the highest level of commitment, responsibility, and who have maintained a high GPA.

 
Santania
teaching
Lubens
mentoring
Working Gals
Mickael
After Care
Lubens Melissa
at work
Wet Lab Girls raising funds Junie
Fernande Mirlandi & Cyinthia Mirlandi