Senior Internship Program
Welcome to the BHS Senior Internship Program
Once again seniors at BHS have an opportunity to participate in an experiential program. During second semester, seniors can create an internship with a sponsor in a specific field or develop a project connected to a special interest. The program provides students with meaningful educational opportunities and growth beyond the traditional classroom.
Philosophy & Goals
"Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you've imagined."
- Henry David Thoreau
The goal of the Senior Internship Program is to create a meaningful educational experience that enable students to pursue an interest or passion. Students are empowered to take ownership of their education and develop an internship that is connected to their individual needs. The practical experience gained through this experience will enhance their high school education beyond the traditional classroom.
Senior Internship Coordinator
914-769-6299 ext. 8337
Seniors enrolled in the program should follow the guidelines discussed in the student handbook. All students in the program should attend the presentation at the end of the year in Mrs. Comblo's room, H234.
Sponsors & Mentors
The following is a list of companies and individuals that have sponsored students in the internship program at Briarcliff High School:
The Elliot Group
Croton Animal Hospital
The New York Times
The Journal News
Maura Bohan, Event Coordinator
US Representative (NY) Nita Lowey
Dept. of Asian American Affairs, Westchester County Government
Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture
Westchester Medical Center
Pierce Mattie Public Relations, NYC
Hoffman Einiger & Polland Pllc
Ossining Children's Center
Worldwide Business Research, NYC
Todd Elementary School
Cold Stone Creamery
Norwalk Maritime Aquarium
John Jay Homestead
Marlborough Gallery, NYC
Len Irish, Photographer, NYC
Michael Schrom & Co.
La Tulipe Desserts, Mount Kisco
Katonah Museum of Art
Trump National Golf Course
Bloomingdale's, White Plains
Caramoor Center for Music and Arts