HSAPs in front of Jackie Robinson Museum display
High School Apprentices discuss museum display on a visit to the Jackie Robinson Museum.

The  High School Apprenticeship Program offers New York City public high school students a challenging program of study and work designed to give them a behind-the-scenes look at what it is like to work in the Museum and explore Jewish heritage and their own. After an extensive spring training, Apprentices work part-time (four days a week) during the summer in different Museum departments and are introduced to the curatorial, educational, administrative, and operational sides of the Museum. Apprentices are paid for their participation in the program. Students of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

This video was written, directed, and edited by members of the 2018 High School Apprenticeship Program.

This program is made possible by support from the Pinkerton Foundation and Consolidated Edison Company of New York.