• Over the summer, I have learned more about professional life and career opportunities than I had in all 11 years of my schooling. Most of that came from speaking with amazing professionals from various industries over zoom as part of the Enterprise for Youth Career Exploration virtual summer internship. As
  • My name is Kyle and I am a second year Kinesiology major at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. This summer I am in Enterprise for Youth’s virtual Career Exploration internship program as a program assistant. This virtual internship provides me with the opportunity to both learn and help facilitate a
  • Everyone has been hit by COVID-19. It has affected everyone in numerous ways, especially young people. Those who have had internships have lost them, which has taken a toll on all of us. As we stay inside, wondering the next time life will be “normal” again, we try to find
  • In light of the current pandemic, Enterprise for Youth has started virtual internships. This has led to a multitude of new opportunities for youth like myself, one of which was a book club. The purpose of this activity was to learn leadership skills through studying the experiences and thoughts of
  • “What do you want to be when you grow up?” An artist. In first grade, we were given an assignment to draw our ideal careers 20 years from the present. I naturally and promptly chose to be an artist because painting was an enjoyable hobby that made me feel elated.
  • My name is Katalina Mendoza and I am a rising Junior in college. I am an Enterprise for Youth alumna and this summer I served as a teacher’s assistant in our virtual internship program. The interns in the program and I enjoyed an amazing array of professional visits, giving us