High School Interns Play a Key Role at the Bisbee Science Lab
The Bisbee Science Lab launched its High School Internship program in November 2020, thanks to a generous donation from the Bisbee Community Foundation. Those first few months, a team of 12 paid interns supervised the "Outdoor Learning Center," a place for students to study, use computers, and engage with classmates during the school closures caused by COVID-19.
Since its conception, the High School Internship program has evolved to accomodate the needs of our community. Thanks to donations from generous locals as well as a grant from the City of Bisbee, interns have been able to assist us as we expand our programming options. We now have an amazing team of 5 high school interns who assist with program planning, preperation, and execution, as well as supverise children during open lab hours and Science Fridays. Interns help run our robotics program, attend mobile lab visits, build exhibits, help out at special events, and so much more!
The Bisbee Science Lab is currently hiring high schoolers to assist with summer programming and stay on with the lab throughout the school year. We are looking for individuals 14 and older who are motivated, curious, enthusiastic, and good with children! Applicants must be available on Fridays 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.
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