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Summer Jobs Program

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Latino Provider Network Board President David Rosario speaking during Professional Development Day
 

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.

The Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Program is excited to announce our partnership with YouthWorks. The JHSJP is strengthening our partnership with YouthWorks by aligning our application process. The JHSJP will continue to provide Baltimore City residents the opportunity to complete a six-week paid, virtual internship in one of various departments throughout the Institution or through our Online Virtual Engagement platform.

JHSJP virtual 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.

Students will virtually work in their respective departments or Edmentum (Online Virtual Enrichment Platform) Monday through Friday.

Virtual Jobs Details and Requirements

Interns must commit to working virtually for 20 hours a week (minimum wage) from Monday, June 28 through Friday, Aug. 6, 2021

  • Log on to Zoom at 8:30 am and 11:30 am Monday-Friday for sessions with Mentor and Cohort.
  • Log on to Edmentum and complete assigned activities for the daily module each workday.
  • Check Edmentum messages daily.
  • Attend individual, small groups, and events as assigned.
  • Communicate with their mentor regularly.
  • Ask for help when needed with assignments, technology, etc.
  • Complete assignments by the due date
  • Further details will be provided at the orientation Session.

Students may have the opportunity to virtually work directly with a department for six-weeks, depending on department availability.*

We will review all applications that are submitted by the deadline (March 19, 2021). Preference will go to:

  • Baltimore City residents
  • Baltimore City school students
  • Students at least 15 years old by June 28 of the program year
  • Students with a passing GPA and good attendance

Applicants who meet all Johns Hopkins Summer Job Program's and YouthWorks requirements will be invited to attend a mandatory virtual interview session with Johns Hopkins.

Applicants who are asked to continue with the application process must complete the following:

  1. Complete the YouthWorks application;
  2. Complete the verification with YouthWorks
  3. Attend virtual  interview session with Johns Hopkins
  4. Attend virtual orientation session

To apply to the Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Virtual Engagement Program or work for one of Johns Hopkins' departments, all applicants must complete YouthWorks application AND select Johns Hopkins as your area of interest to be considered for virtual summer employment with Johns Hopkins. YouthWorks application process runs from Jan. 25 – March 19, 2021. Only students who successfully submit the YouthWorks online application, select Johns Hopkins as their area of interest on the Youth Works application and complete YouthWorks verification will receive notifications regarding next steps in the Johns Hopkins process.

You can access the YouthWorks application here: YouthWorks application

College recruiter with students

A college recruiter with a few students in the program.

Residency:

Students who attend a school in Baltimore City but reside in a neighboring county are NOT eligible for employment. If you reside in the county, we apologize but this program is only open to residents of Baltimore City. We appreciate your interest and would suggest that you contact your high school counselor or county government to learn of similar programs in your area.

Age:

All JHSJP participants must be 15 years of age or older by June 28, 2021. If you are currently under the age of 15 and will not be 15 by June 28, we are unable to extend an opportunity to participate during this program year. We do encourage you to apply when you meet the age requirement. We appreciate your interest and would suggest that you contact your high school counselor or government to learn of similar programs available to you.

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Johns Hopkins Departments

Interested departments or mentors should fill the below form out in its entirety and we will follow-up accordingly with more details as they become available. Please note, this form serves as initial interest, not a commitment, for any departments interested in hosting students for virtual work or Hopkins employees interested in serving as a mentor for the 2021 Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Virtual Engagement Program. Additional information sessions will follow to confirm your interest.

Opportunities to participate are explained in further detail below:

Mentor: Serve as a mentor to a small cohort of students engaging in programmed online content

Host: Host students within your department virtually by providing virtual assignments, duties, and engagement opportunities

 

To submit your intern request, please click here: 2021 JHSJP Department Intake-Intern request form

Please send an email to JHSJP@jhmi.edu if you should have any questions pertaining to this information.

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