Youth Opportunity Board Summer Internship Program

The Youth Opportunity Board Summer Internship program is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). The City of North Miami is once again recruiting income eligible students for placement in paid internships this summer. The internship provides selected eligible applicants with the opportunity to learn about and participate in the workings of local government. 

All currently enrolled high school students who are 16 years of age or older (as of May 31, 2023) and are residents of North Miami, are able to apply but will also have to verify household income and assets for eligibility. Applicants should plan on working from June 20, 2023 through July 28, 2023. Interns will be paid 20 hours a week and have an opportunity to volunteer additional hours. 

Interested students are encouraged to complete and submit an online-application (Application is open: Monday April 3, 2023 thru new deadline: Friday, May 19, 2023).

  1. household INCOME eligibility
  3. job summaries
  4. application

Household-Size Income Eligibility

1$20,500 or less (ELI/30%)$34,150 or less (VLI/50%)$54,600 or less (LI/80%)
2$21,950 or less$39,000 or less$62,400 or less
3$23,400 or less$43,900 or less$70,200 or less
4$26,350 or less$48,750 or less$78,000 or less
5$32,470 or less$52,650 or less$84,250 or less
6$37,190 or less$56,550 or less$90,500 or less
7$41,910 or less$60,450 or less$96,750 or less
8 or more$46,630 or less$64,350 or less$103,000 or less

Effective April 15, 2022 – Established by Federal Guidelines – Subject to Change.