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DiscoveryPurposeLeadershipSuccessThe core tracks of the program are finance, business, and technology/multimedia driven designed for youth ages 15 - 25. While the UFSC-Puget Sound Chapter is not compensating interns participating in the program, some of the universities have paid internships that may apply. Please check with your campus student aid or after-hours school work/study programs. Scholarships for college will be awarded to a select group of students at the UFSC-PS May 18th dinner. A competitive group of students will be selected to attend an all-expense paid trip to the one-week UFSC Mark I Apprentice Challenge program (a $1,200 value) in St. Louis, MO from June 9 -16th. Valuable skills will be gained from the Operation Hope’s Business-In-A-Box enabling the participant to startup their own business. The community project assignments in August could lead into lifetime opportunities and real world achievements. The opportunities in the Youth Intern Community Program are boundless and the possibilities are borderless.This program is steered by the Central District Youth With Purpose committee, a group of concerned citizens and residents of the 98122 Central District. Please contact community volunteer Diana Benton at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mentorship Committee Chair April McPherson at email@example.com for an application today.