Teen Leadership Internship Program
“An advantage of the Teen Leader Program is its focus on a group assignment. I have become a better group participant and realized that being a leader does not only mean controlling the conversation or influencing others, but also listening to ideas.”
–Jonathan Brown, Frederick Douglass Academy, 12th Grade
Teens who have participated in our Student Historian High School Internship Program are eligible to apply for our 2nd Tier Internship Programs, which expand upon interns’ historical research and/or museum educational training in further preparation for college and career readiness. 2nd Tier Internships include:
- The Teen Leader Internship Program
- The Family Programs Internship Program
Keep up with our teens!
Come visit the New-York Historical Society’s satellite exhibit Revolution: NYC & the War for Independence on Governors Island in New York Harbor this summer, curated by the Academic Year 2014–15 Teen Leaders and operated by the Summer 2015 Teen Leaders.
Want to take a tour of NYC during the 1940s? Interested in finding historic photographs of your neighborhood? Check out the Summer 2012 Teen Leaders’ History Pin WWII Photograph Project.
Visiting the DiMenna Children’s History Museum? Download and print this scavenger hunt for use in the galleries, created by our Summer 2013 Family Programs Interns.
Participation in the Student Historian Program is a prerequisite to applying for the 2nd Tier Internship Programs at New-York Historical.
The Student Historian High School Internship Program is supported by a generous grant from The New York Life Foundation and through an endowment established by The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation.