The MOCA Teen Program brings high school juniors and seniors behind the scenes to learn about the museum, contemporary art, artists, and other creative careers. The program is an academic-year-long, paid position teaching teens about the work of the museum by directly involving them in it. This diverse group meets at MOCA on Thursday nights and some weekends to work with museum professionals, investigate current exhibitions, make art, plan Teen Night and support each other on a journey of self-discovery.
APPLICATIONS available in April
WARNER BROTHERS REACH
Since 2005, Warner Bros. Entertainment has awarded internship-scholarship packages, known as Honorships, to graduating high school seniors passionate about the business of entertainment. There are up to five new Honorships awarded each year which all include full-time, paid summer internships at the company each summer while students are in college, a $5,000 college scholarship distributed evenly over four years, and mentoring and networking opportunities with entertainment industry professionals.
APPLICATIONS due: MARCH
The Anthony Quinn Scholarship is an annual competition for high school students seeking funding to attend summer intensive arts programs. Applicants must demonstrate exceptional talent, dedication and a strong commitment to personal artistic growth. Applications are reviewed by a panel of judges, made up of professional artists or art educators and independent of the Foundation’s Board of Directors.
(Up to $2,500 available per student)
APPLICATIONS DUE: DECEMBER
Due to Covid, the LACMA Teen Internship program is on hold. Check back later when the world opens up and we can once again interact with each other and take advantage of cool opportunities like this.