Johns Hopkins is committed to developing our future workforce by exposing youth to careers in health care and providing them with development opportunities# Through Project R.E.A.C.H./Community Education Programs, Johns Hopkins provides youth attending school in or around the city of Baltimore the opportunity to benefit from mentoring, internships, scholarships, job shadowing, lectures, and tours of the Johns Hopkins facilities.
Dunbar/Hopkins Health Partnership (DHHP)
This partnership comprised of faculty and administrators from throughout the Johns Hopkins Institutions provides a comprehensive program that includes resources that will increase students' test scores, broaden awareness in the biotechnology and health professions, and expose students to academic enrichment and personal development that will prepare them for entrance into post-secondary education institutions and/or careers in health care. Through this partnership students are encouraged to reach their fullest potential and pursue careers in health related scientific professions.
For more information, please call 410-955-1488.
Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Program (JHSJP)
The Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Program is sponsored by Johns Hopkins Health System and Johns Hopkins University. The program provides Baltimore City students the opportunity to complete a six-week long paid internship in one of various departments throughout the Institution. The program promotes exposure to careers and workplace culture, while providing an educational experience that promotes mentoring and fosters personal responsibility.
JHSJP positions are subject to availability by department commitment across the Institution- certain placement areas cannot be guaranteed; the best effort is made by the committee to match students to an area of interest. Past internships have been in the areas of administrative/clerical, patient care and medicine-related, research, information technology, general facilities/housekeeping services, education, human resources and others. Our committee is comprised of representatives from all areas of Johns Hopkins.
Hired JHSJP students will work 30 hours per week, 6 hours per day, Monday-Friday, with the exception of scheduled group educational sessions. Educational session topics include, but are not limited to the following: Service Excellence, Teamwork, Post-secondary Education, Job Readiness, Financial Literacy, Professional Etiquette, etc.
2013 Program Dates: June 17th-July 26th
Thank you for your interest in the Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Program 2013!
***Please be advised that as of 5:00pm, Friday, March 1st the 2013 Application Process closed.***
The 2013 online applications were made available Monday, January 14th, 2013 through Friday, March 1, 2013. Please continue to visit this site for frequent updates. For all other inquiries, please contact the Office of Project R.E.A.C.H./Community Education Programs at (410)955-1488/89 or send an email to JHSJP@jhmi.edu.
- Youth who are Baltimore City Residents and/or
- Youth who are Baltimore City School Students
- Youth who are 15 years of age by March 31, 2013
- Youth with a passing GPA
- Youth with good attendance
Summer Jobs Information and Requirements for Interns:
- Interns must commit to work 30 hours a week. The hours are 9:00am-3:30pm, Monday-Friday, from Monday, June 17th-Friday, July 26th.
- The hourly pay rate is $7.25 for all participating interns.
- The dress code is business casual, which means a solid color polo shirt, khaki pants, and closed-toe, comfortable shoes. No shorts, tank tops or flip flops are permitted.
Inorder to successfully complete and submit a 2013 application you MUST ONLY operate from Internet Explorer before selecting "click here" below. NO other browser (e.g. Firefox, Chrome, Mozilla) will work properly with ETO software. You MUST also download the Applicant Help Manual (link below) before proceeding to the application link. The Help Manual provides STEP-BY-STEP instructions on how to complete and submit a application.
Students/Applicants:Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
***Please be advised that as of 5:00pm, Friday, March 1st the 2013 Application Process closed. If you successfully submitted a 2013 application, you will receive a email correspondence within the upcoming week regarding your status and next steps in the process.
- Parents/Guardians: Click here for instuctions on completing the 2013 Parental Consent Form
- Teachers/Counselors: Click here for instructions on completing the 2013 Teacher/Counselor Recommendation Form
Department Mentor/Supervisors: Click hereto complete the 2013 Student Intern Request Form (Attention ALL Departments: Please download the Mentor-/Supervisor Help Manualfor instructions on completing the 2013 Student Request Form)
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Johns Hopkins Departments
Interested in hosting a student for JHSJP 2013? You will be able to submit your 2013 Student Request form via a online process for the 2013 program. Please see the link above for instructions on submitting your 2013 Student Request Form!
JHHS BOND to BOND 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 to expose them to a variety of careers in health care by interning in departments with in Johns Hopkins Hospital. Students participating are required to intern between 8-10 hours weekly throughout the Academic Year. While gaining this exposure students are also able to gain the required volunteer hours needed to graduate from high school. Participating schools include, Dunbar High School, The Institute of Notre Dame (IND), Academy for College and Career Exploration (ACCE) Academy, 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.
For more information, please contact Mone't Horton at 410-502-2200.
JHHS Adopt-A-Class/ Career Day Program
The Adopt-A-Class/Career Day Program mission is to introduce fourth graders at three local elementary schools-Tench Tilghman; City Springs; and Inner Harbor East Academy- to the careers offered at hospitals and to expand their knowledge of career choices in general. To put theory into practice, four teams are created with three Johns Hopkins' volunteers from different departments on each team. Each team is assigned to a fourth grade classroom. The teams visit the same classroom-once a month for an hour from October through March-to address a special topic. Each team member does a presentation on his/her part of the topic. At the end of each session student questions are entertained and they are able to record reflections of their experience in their journals.
As an extension to the Adopt-A-Class program, Hopkins has also partnered with the new REACH! Partnership School to create the REACH! School Sixth Graders' Program where Johns Hopkins' volunteers visit the same sixth grade classroom once a month for three months to discuss a health care topic.
For more information, please contact Sue Bergamy-Willinger at 410-502-2200.