Summer Programs

Summer Program

How Does It Work?

  • Get Trained in the Careers You’re Interested In
  • Work on Real-World Projects
  • Network with Professionals
  • Determine your Career Path
  • Enhance your Resume with Incredible Experiences
  • Prep for Industry Specific Interviews
  • Develop and Practice Financial Literacy and Negotiations
  • Practice with Hiring Managers

Get Career Experience to Build Your Resume, Expand Your Network, and Decide on Your Major / Career

Program Details

Start Dates
To Be Announced

Choose between experiencing 1 career (2-weeks), 2 careers (4-weeks), 3 careers (6-weeks), or 4 careers (9-weeks) virtually. Students select from 16 career options where they will work 7 hours per day, Monday-Friday with flextime between 7:30am – 4:30pm CT. They will be trained in their fields of choice before getting experience working on real-world projects, talking to professionals in the field, touring offices, and working with HR professionals to build their resumes and practice interviews. Everything in this program is focused on providing our students with as much information as possible to help them decide which career may be right for them.

The 16 Career Options Include:
  • Civil/Structural Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Cinematography
  • Architecture
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Computer Aided Drafting
  • Business Consulting
  • Accounting
  • Computer Science
  • Graphic Desing
  • Web Development
  • Journalism
  • Law

This virtual internship includes between one and four 2-week long mini-internships in the professions of your choice.

Total Program Cost: $3495 Through grant funding you pay between $195* for 2 weeks, $295* for 4-weeks and $395* for the 6- or 9-week program but then earn all your money back!

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

*Fees will be requested on May 1st.

*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 200 percent of the federally defined poverty level ( automatically qualify for full-tuition waivers.

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