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Bond-to-Bond Mentorship Program

Building Our Neighbors Dreams Beyond Our Neighbors’ Doors (Bond-to-Bond) is a career development and youth mentorship program designed to provide mentor support to students attending high schools in the Hopkins community. The program exposes students to a variety of careers in healthcare via internships throughout The Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

Participants are required to intern between 8-10 hours weekly throughout the academic year. Not only does the program give high school students experience in a professional healthcare setting, it allows them to earn the volunteer hours required for high school graduation.

Participating schools include: Dunbar High School, The Institute of Notre Dame (IND), Academy for College and Career Exploration (ACCE), the REACH! Partnership School, Cristo Rey, and a few students coming from high schools affiliated with Humanim and the Urban Alliance Foundation. Participation is dependent upon the availability of departmental intern sites.

Contact us

For more information and to apply, please contact the Office of Project REACH/Community Education Programs at 443-997-4585.

 
 

Questions About Education Programs?

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M-F, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., or by appointment

Employee training and education
410-614-0277 / Osler 7

Project REACH / Community Education Programs
443-997-4585  / Eastern Campus, B220F

 

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