Mission Possible Kids Offers Teen Summer Internships

Mission Possible Kids (MPK) has opened up applications for students currently in 10th-12th grades who are interested in interning for summer 2021. MPK is the largest single-site internship provider for Plano high school students.

Internships at MPK are designed to specifically match students to their areas of interest. This could be publishing, writing, education, marketing, design, research or administration. With an industry-specific internship under their belt, high school students are better able to stand out on college applications.

Another facet of MPK’s internship program includes professional development training, interview coaching and personal finance training.

“Our past interns have gone on to do some pretty amazing things. Our alums include lawyers, doctors, teachers and business execs, including a Google software engineer, a Disney media exec and a professor launching a new space division at Harvard,” shared founder and Executive Director Kathy Meadows. “They all said the same thing…their MPK internship made all the difference in setting them off on a path of future success.”

Mission Possible Kids 2020 summer interns // courtesy MPK
Mission Possible Kids 2020 summer interns // courtesy MPK

MPK internships will likely be 100 percent remote again this summer due to the ongoing pandemic. Students will work both independently and on teams via Zoom.

MPK internships only require one eight-hour day per week, either on Monday or Tuesday. Because of this, students have time for summer jobs, additional internships or family commitments.

For more information, email . The deadline to apply is May 1.

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