Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Program readies for 2023

If you can host a Baltimore City student, you're asked to submit a JHSJP Department Intern Request Form

Summer Jobs intern Lyric Boyd

Image caption: In 2019, Lyric Boyd, a 16-year-old student at Baltimore City College, spent the summer working in the university's Office of Communications, where she assisted staff members on a variety of projects, from podcasts to social media campaigns.

Credit: Will Kirk / Johns Hopkins University

The 2023 Johns Hopkins Summer Jobs Program for Baltimore City students, ages 15 to 21, returns to an in-person, post-pandemic format and will run from July 10 through Aug. 11.

The paid internships bring students to the university, hospital, and health system to gain job skills and have a meaningful educational and mentoring experience.

The program was created in 1994 and has grown to host more than 500 students in recent summers.

Departments and mentors from all Johns Hopkins affiliates are encouraged to participate by hosting students in on-site placements. The program is five hours a day, Monday through Friday, for five consecutive weeks.

To be an on-site host supervisor, complete the 2023 JHSJP Department Intern Request Form.

Questions can be sent to

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