High School Students – Where Can The Red Line Take You This Summer?
The Red Line High School Internship Program is designed to engage students in the Red Line Project who live or attend school in the corridor (Woodlawn High School, Edmondson-Westside High School, Patterson High School) and expose them to educational and career opportunities in transportation. Created by the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) as a way to reach out to the Red Line community and involve those who would ultimately benefit from the Red Line transit service, the program has been recognized as a model template for engaging young people in the transportation development process. The program will teach students about the Red Line, solicit their input on the Red Line and allow students to produce materials that may be used on the project.
Interested students are asked to submit:
- A Red Line High School Summer Internship Employment Application
- Essay (500 words minimum) on what career path interests you within the transportation industry and what role does it play in the development of the Red Line Project?
- Potential candidates will be scheduled for an interview.
- Students will be evaluated based on their high school performance, responses to interview questions and essay.
Who can participate? Eligible applicants must:
- Attend Woodlawn, Edmondson-Westside or Patterson high schools
- Have completed 10th or 11th grade by the end of the school year
- Have good attendance and academic standing
- Be on time and professional during the six weeks of the program (Tuesday-Friday from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M.)
- Have sufficient computer knowledge to perform research, assist with PowerPoint presentations and develop documents in Word