CIIP Blogs

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The Community Impact Internships Program is a competitive, paid summer internship, that pairs 50 JHU undergraduate students with nonprofit organizations and government agencies to work on community-identified projects in Baltimore. During the program, students worked at placements for 35 hours a week and participated in weekly Bites of Baltimore reflection sessions, where they were able to reflect on shared experiences with fellow interns and learn about important issues affecting the Baltimore community through.


  • Community Arts Programs
  • Criminal Justice/Law
  • Education/Youth Programming and Advocacy
  • Environment and Sustainability/Food Access
  • Healthcare/Health Policy
  • Homelessness/Poverty
  • Immigration/Refugee Services
  • Neighborhood Improvement/Community Organizing
  • Nonprofit/Government Management and Capacity Building
  • Women/Family Wellness

View all 2018 blogs. (coming summer 2018 )


View all 2016 blogs.