Teen summer programs that don’t break the bank College admissions officers say the best internships, jobs, and experiences often lie close to home ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page With summer vacation around the corner, teenagers are looking for ways to build their resumes and gain experience for college applications. Abby Bridgemohan of Sudbury interned at the Danforth Art Museum\School last year. "The largest part of my time was spent in the classroms as a teachers assistant," Abby Bridgemohan said of her experience last summer. handout Kaity O'Brien, 24, coaching at an O'Sullivan Hockey clinic in Quincy. O'Brien has coached in the program since sophomore year in high school and has now made hockey and softball coaching her career. Last summer, Jordan Tarbox, of Marblehead, Halle Johnson, of Beverly, and Ethan Friedman, of Swampscott, helped out at the Open Door Food Pantry in Gloucester while taking part in the Jewish Teen Intern program at the JCC of the North Shore. Sixteen-year-olds Julia Crouch and Maddie Murra, of Marblehead volunteered with the Jewish Teen Internship program to beautify a local school.