|Working Dates:||Monday, July 10 – Wednesday, August 16|
|Admission Date:||Students will be notified of their admission to the program in early June, at which point we can start matching students to available positions.|
Host sites and students will be notified of their placements on a rolling basis, throughout the month of June. Students will be instructed to contact their supervisor to schedule an initial meeting to establish a schedule and review the planned project.
All initial meetings must be complete by the end of June before the students’ Work Readiness training.
|Start Date:||All interns are scheduled to start on Monday, July 10.|
Host Orientation Breakfast - Date TBD: All supervisors are invited to attend an orientation to review requirements for the program and receive guidance on preparing for your interns’ first day. Many of last year’s attendees enjoyed the chance to ask questions, compare notes on project plans, and network with like-minded professionals. The program takes place at the Ernst and Young offices in Times Square.
Student Work Readiness Intensive - Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, June 29 - July 1: All students who have been accepted in the program attend a three day workshop training led by CTE Summer Scholars staff to prepare them for their internships. The program takes place at the Queens Vocational High School.
Bank of America Seminar - Friday, July 14: Full cohort seminar hosted by the program's sponsor, Bank of America. Students meet their mentors for the first time. The program takes place at the Bank of America conference center at 1 Bryant Park, NYC.
Bank of America Seminar Thursday, July 20: A full day of training on "design thinking" for all students in the program. The program takes place at Queens Vocational High School. Students are also expected to submit their Task Planner on this day.
Final Presentation - Friday, August 18: All host supervisors and mentors are invited to attend the students’ final presentation. Working in small groups, students will offer poster presentations sharing the perspective they have gained entering their fields, combining their work experience over the summer with research into their respective industries. We encourage participating hosts to attend so we can recognize their contribution, and celebrate the growth students have made over the summer.