Community Impact Internships Program


**If you’re interested in applying to CIIP, you do not need to be join this group to apply. Make sure you’re logged into Hopkins Engage with your JHED, through the SSO. **

The Community Impact Internships Program (CIIP) is a competitive, paid summer internship that pairs JHU undergraduate students with Baltimore nonprofit organizations and government agencies, and offers an intensive, cohort-based learning environment. Internships focus on community-identified projects in Baltimore, and run from June to August. Students and community partners have the opportunity to extend their connections into the academic year through CIIP Extension. Annually, 50 interns (8 Peer Mentors and 42 interns) serve during the summer.


In 2011, the inaugural year, 200 students applied for 25 internship positions. In 2012, the program expanded to placing 50 undergraduate students with non-profit organizations, community groups, and government agencies throughout Baltimore City at no financial cost to these community partners. Since the inception of the program, 500 interns have worked over 150,000 hours with over 100 different nonprofits, community groups, and government agencies in Baltimore City.

561 People | 8,788 Impacts | 44,366 Hours




Created on Jan 28, 2020