Summer Program

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How Does It Work?

9

Weeks

4

Dream Professions

1

Real-World Experience

 

Get Trained in Top Professions

 

Work On Real-World Projects

 

Network with Professionals

 

Determine Your Career Path

 

Enhance Resume With Incredible Experiences

 

Prep For Industry Specific Interviews

 

Develop And Practice Negotiation Skills

 

Meet With HR Reps And Hiring Managers

What Are the Benefits?

$48,800 

Money Saved*

1.6 Years

Time Saved*

 

Resume Builders

 

Decide On Careers

 

Professional Advice

 

Office/Industry Tours

 

Networking Opportunities

 

Find Happiness

*Money and time saved are potential savings based on average time spent in college on a 4-year degree (5.6 years) and average total cost of college per year

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Select from 2-Week (1 profession), 4-Week (2 professions), 6-Week (3 professions, or 9-Week Programs (4 professions)

Program Start Dates: June 7th, June 21st, July 12th, July 26th

Eligibility: The OmniLYF Programs are available for students who are juniors in high school through juniors college.

This internship includes up to four 2-week long mini-internships in the professions of your choice.

This program includes up to 9 weeks of real-world projects, training, discussions with professionals, resume building, and interview prep and practice.

Select from 16 different career options (see Sign Up or Professions Page for list).

Two Options Available: Students can either join the virtual program or the in-person program in Downtown Houston. Dorms will be provided for a fee. Prices are being negotiated.

Networking will be conducted with industry professionals and company tours will be available for those in Houston.

Your experience will be extremely effective in enhancing your resume and your applications to schools, scholarships, internships, and full-time jobs.

Total Program Cost: $3495 Through grant funding you pay $395* but then earn all your money back!

*Students who are enrolled in federally-subsidized free or reduced-cost lunch at school based on family income, fee waivers for SAT and/or ACT, or whose family’s adjusted gross income falls within 400 percent of the federally-defined poverty level (aspe.hhs.gov/poverty-guidelines) automatically qualify for full-tuition waivers.

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