• Paid & Unpaid Career Opportunities

    Below are current employment, internship, mentorship program opportunities


    Employment/Internship Opportunities


    Now Hiring! King Pins Bowling Alley for various positions. 

    This is a great first job for high school students!

    Here are some safety guidelines for potential employees

    1. Facemasks required even while bowling
    2. Health checks and facemasks for all team members before starting their shift
    3. Additional hand sanitizing stations throughout the facility (total of 13)
    4. Dedicated team members assigned to continuous disinfecting
    5. Limited use of tables and lanes to adhere to social distancing requirements

    Click here to view information about the opportunity and how to apply.


    Mentorship Programs 


    The Young Entrepreneurs Program (YEP)

    The Young Entrepreneurs Program (YEP) is a FREE career leadership program focused on entrepreneurial education & innovation. Students are given the opportunity to develop baseline skills in pursuing entrepreneurial ventures, strengthen public speaking skills, and foster networking skills to build relationships with community members, mentors, and potential business investors. 

    During this virtual world, REAP and YEP students have been on the forefront of creating platforms for students to network and engage with top entrepreneurs, CEO's, and business leaders in our community as well as the nation through program curriculum. Register for their career talks or join YEP: https://www.reapusa.org/yep


    The Partnership for Scientific Inquiry (PSI) Now Accepting Applications for the 2021 Program 

    Website: www.psiprogramohsu.com  

     We take Oregon sophomore and junior high school students who are interested in pursuing careers in medicine or biomedical research through a 16-week course. The PSI Program introduces high school students to the scientific process and provides access to research scientists from OHSU and other Portland research institutes. This is a semester-long program with a potential opportunity to be paired with a mentor for a summer research experience. There is no cost to students. We meet virtually on Tuesday nights for two hours from February to May. Students must submit an application and arrange for one teacher or counselor recommendation sent to us by the deadline of December 21, 2020. For program details and application forms visit: www.psiprogramohsu.com.  The program is free of charge; however, attendance is required. PSI High School Flier 2021.Please direct questions to: psiprogram@ohsu.edu


    Ted R. Lilley CURE Summer Internship Program

    The OHSU Knight Cancer Institute is proud to announce that the Application for the 2021 Ted R. Lilley CURE summer internship program is now open.  CURE is an 8-week paid internship program at the Knight Cancer Institute, focusing on Portland-area high school students who excel academically and come from socially or economically disadvantaged backgrounds. The goal of CURE is to address the issue of health equity by increasing participation of underserved and underrepresented minorities in biomedical research and other health-related fields.For program information plus the link to the online application: https://www.ohsu.edu/center-for-diversity-inclusion/ted-r-lilley-cure-program.  Applications are due by December 18, 2020.


    United States Senate Youth Program
    104 Students will be selected for a government and leadership online education program and will each receive a $10,000 undergraduate scholarship with encouragement to pursue coursework in history and political science.

    Two student delegates and a first and second alternate will be designated by the chief school officer from each state, the District of Columbia and DoDEA by February 5, 2021. The Hearst Foundations will provide $1,000 to each state-level department of education to assist with the selection expenses for the program, and will also provide a public affairs examination that may be used in the selection process. Applications may be obtained directly from the state-level selection administrator for each state. Application deadline dates and processes vary by state. All state contacts, websites and deadlines are accessible on the USSYP website homepage: www.ussenateyouth.org; Click here for the official brochure.