internship match and guidance

Match with a personalized internship.

We currently have a database of over 100 internships across the US, and still growing. We can help you find one that caters to your availability and subject area interest.

Receive an experienced mentor’s guidance.

We will connect you to an experienced high school or college student mentor with job/internship skills to guide you through your internship process. In addition to helping you with the specifics of your application, you will learn:

Free to Apply and Participate!


       –     Female High School Students
       –     Students under 18 must receive expressed permission of a parent or guardian before applying
       –     Family’s annual income must not exceed 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines based on family size

Demonstrate Financial Eligibility: Students must provide one of the following to demonstrate financial eligibility

  • Documentation showing that the student is eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch Program (FRPL) at her school
  • Documentation showing participation in a TRIO program such as Upward Bound or other programs geared towards socioeconomically challenged families
  • Documentation showing the family is eligible for Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, SNAP, or WIC for Infants and Children (also referred to as EBT or food stamps)

Important dates

March 8 – First Round Mentee Applications Open

March 20 – First Round Mentee Applications Close

March 24 – Mentee-Mentor First Round Pairings Announced

**we recommend the first round for internship applications due mid-April to May**

This program will be rolling year-round, so even if you miss the First Round deadline, still apply! We may still be able to connect you with a mentor if there is an availability.

Ms. Tamilore Dairo

Tami Dairo is a high school student at Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology (GSMST) who is passionate about solving community and global challenges through hands-on leadership. She has served in several leadership capacities right from her elementary school days as the school Arbitrator at Cedar Hill Prep. Tami was the Secretary of Student Council at Five Forks Middle school and has been on the Teen Advisory Council of Gwinnett County Public Library, Five Forks branch since 2017 to date where she also volunteered as a Mathematics tutor for elementary and middle school kids.

She has a strong interest in global social issues, hence her membership in Model United Nations where she serves as a Junior Officer. Tami’s trip to Nigeria with her immigrant parents when she was in middle school exposed her to school pupils from less privileged families and she was amazed at the difference between educational, financial, and technological opportunities available for children in the United States and the developing world. This experience helped shaped her interest and commitment to United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 4 (Quality Education) and Goal 5 (Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment) which ultimately led her to found Girls Tower High Inc., a non-profit organization incorporated in the state of Georgia.

Genevieve Kumapley, PharmD, BCOP

Dr. Kumapley received her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree with Honors from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Kumapley is a Board Certified Oncology/Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacist who practices at Saint Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She also holds an Adjunct Clinical Professor appointment with Rutgers University Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy. She was a fellow in the NJLEND Program (New Jersey’s Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities program) and is a component of The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

She is also an ordained Minister at RCCG Agape House of Worship and leads several teams including the Healing/Deliverance, Special Needs, Connection, and Marriage ministries. She has received awards for her leadership and service from several organizations including the 2013 Role Model Award from the Roselle Branch of the NAACP, 2016 Nassan’s place outstanding community service award, 2018 Social Stewardship award from the HealthTrust University, and 2018 Outstanding Community Service Award from the Ghana Association for Medical Aid.