Kingsbridge Heights Community Center offers paid internships to teens in high school

The teens help younger kids with homework, offer after-school snacks and lead peer groups.

The teens help younger kids with homework, offer after-school snacks and lead peer groups.

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KINGSBRIDGE - A unique internship program at the Kingsbridge Heights Community Center is helping some Bronx high school students get a head start on their future.

The Kingsbridge Heights Community Center has partnered with the Riverdale Neighborhood House to offer paid internships to teens in high school.

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The teens help younger kids with homework, offer after-school snacks and lead peer groups.

The program also offers various outside internships at Montefiore Medical Center, Van Cortlandt Park Library and at Bronx Net TV Studios. 

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