View our latest jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities. Full listings can be viewed via the link under each section. Some of the listings below could satisfy the Applied Experience requirement for PHS majors. For more details, please make an appointment with your PHS adviser.

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  • MATADOHR Project Assistant Opportunity

    Posted: June 21, 2022

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    Project Title: Massachusetts Tackling Addiction Determinants of Health through Research (MATADOHR) Project Lead: Amanda Latimore, Adjunct Professor, Department of Epidemiology, JHSPH

    The Massachusetts Tackling Addiction Determinants of Health through Research (MATADOHR) at the American Institutes for Research, in coordination with JHSPH, is seeking a project assistant (unpaid) to help with tasks related to a landscape assessment. Please see full description below:

    The US experienced a record-breaking 107,000 overdose deaths in 2021. The overdose epidemic has been characterized by the media as a problem for white communities, yet people of color have experienced disproportionate increases in overdose deaths. In Massachusetts, for example, overdose deaths increased by only 5% across the state between 2019 and 2020 but increased by 69% among Black non-Hispanic males during the same time. Structural factors may contribute to the inequities in overdose death.   The aims of MATADOHR are to assess the race/ethnicity-specific association of overdose death with individual- and community-level social determinants of health. The project also explores how residential segregation may condition the impact of social determinants on overdose death. The MATADOHR team engages in participatory research alongside Massachusetts community-members and program administrators to integrate local knowledge with quantitative findings and develop theories of change that identify key policy and program barriers and facilitators to health in Massachusetts.   As part of this project, the MATADOHR team will conduct a landscape assessment of residential segregation research to explore how the impact of residential segregation on drug-related outcomes is measured, analyzed, and interpreted. The findings of the landscape assessment will inform the MATADOHR analyses and a residential segregation research toolkit that is in development with the support of a panel of national experts.   Approximately 100 hours are available to support the residential segregation landscape assessment.

    Activities include:  Read research papers and gray literature; Catalogue relevant resources with input from the team; Summarize each paper using a rubric provided by the research team. Optional: contribute to writing during toolkit development  

    Interested students should contact Amanda Latimore (alatimore@air.org).  

  • Healthcare Administration Part-time Internship at Medical Revenue Cycle Specialists

    Posted: June 7, 2022

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    Medical Revenue Cycle Specialists (MRCS), a Baltimore-based company specializing in revenue cycle and practice management, has an opening for a part-time, remote internship. Please see job description and contact info below.

    Title: Healthcare Administration Internship- PART-TIME-REMOTE (PAID)

    Duration: June 2022- December 2022

    Preferred class: Major: Healthcare Administration- Sophomore/Juniors


    • Manage MRCS email inbox
    • Assist president of MRCS on various project needs
    • Support day-to-day activities on client projects such as maintaining project documents
    • Preparing and presenting material for internal and external projects
    • Other duties as assigned

    Please email Admin@medrevenuecycle.com if interested.

  • Research Assistant Position: Hopkins Early Neurodevelopment Lab

    Posted: May 16, 2022

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    The Hopkins Early Neurodevelopment Lab (HEN Lab) in the Department of Pediatrics is searching for undergraduate research assistants to help with data collection, data coding, and more. At the HEN Lab, we conduct studies to understand how early life experiences impact brain and behavior development in the prenatal, infant, and early childhood periods. To learn more about us, visit henlabresearch.com. Please email kvoegtl1@jhmi.edu with your resume to apply.

  • Summer Internship Teaching Assistant Positions – MERIT Health Leadership Academy

    Posted: April 11, 2022

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    MERIT Health Leadership Academy is hiring for several summer Teaching Assistant positions and is seeking pre-med, public health, and other pre-health students for these roles.  TA’s will work with Baltimore City high school students who aspire to become doctors, nurses, researchers, and change agents.

    Please visit Merit’s career page for job descriptions and application instructions.

  • Research Assistant (or Practicum Experience) for Trials Testing a Web‐Based Health Coaching Program during and after Pregnancy

    Posted: January 27, 2022

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    Job Title: Research Assistant (Undergraduate or Graduate Student at Johns Hopkins)
    Status: Casual (hourly) | Hours Worked: 10‐18.5 hours/week
    Location: 2024 E Monument St, Rm 2‐615, Welch Center at E. Baltimore Campus (some remote work
    available) | Department: School of Medicine – General Internal Medicine

    General Summary:

    To perform tasks in all aspects of two trials testing a health coaching program in pregnancy and postpartum. The first trial is underway and is integrated into prenatal care clinics. We are looking for a research assistant to learn how to screen and consent participants for the study and perform in‐person, in‐clinic data collection. The second trial will launch in the Fall of 2022. It involves integrating the health coaching program into “early home visiting programs” at various sites in Maryland. The research assistant will be involved with screening, consenting and data collection. We are specifically looking for research assistants with Spanish language fluency for this project.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    – Assist with screening, consenting participants;
    – Assist with answering phone calls, emails and text messages for participants seeking more information,
    as well as retention and survey completion for study participants;
    – Assist with data collection in person (home visits and clinic visits);
    – Attend study‐related meetings 1‐3 times weekly;
    – Perform other research related tasks as needed;
    – Operate personal computer, including access to e‐mail, text messaging, electronic calendars and other
    basic office support software.

    This is a Casual employment position with flexible work hours. Some of the hours can be performed remotely
    (from home). Some time will be spent driving to clinical sites.

    Essential Job Functions:
    – Experience with Microsoft Word and e‐mail/internet required. Experience with Microsoft Excel preferred.
    – Experience with user experience, design and graphic design is much needed. For the second trial, Spanish
    language proficiency is desired but not required.

    Other Job Functions: Other duties as assigned.


    – Excellent written and verbal communication skills, college degree or in in progress (if
    undergraduate student).

    Please email a letter of interest and your resume or CV to wendy.bennett@jhmi.edu and Lindsay Martin, Research Manager, lmarti64@jh.edu


  • Research Assistant/Project Manager Position at HCHDS – for Seniors

    Posted: June 7, 2022

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    The Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions (HCHDS) has an opening for a Research Assistant/Project Manager  to work on a community-based research study in Baltimore, MD., in collaboration with the Gaston and Porter Health Improvement Center, the American Institute of Research and the Baltimore Medical System, Inc.

    *HCHDS is willing to consider Rising Seniors who could work part-time during the school year. Please find job description and contact info below.

    Johns Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions (HCHDS) Employment Opportunity Research Assistant/ Project Manager

    Where: East Baltimore Campus & West Baltimore

    Position Title: Research Assistant/ Project Manager

    Schedule: Either full time or:

    Monday – Friday – 20 hours per week (when school in session) Full-time in summer – 30 -35 hours per week Occasional Evenings & Saturday’s – 3 – 4 times per year

    General Summary/Purpose:

    Prime Time Sister Circle (PTSC) Study is an evaluation of a community-based intervention in Baltimore, MD for African – American women ages 40-75 to take control of their CVD health. It is a collaboration with the HCHDS, the Gaston Porter Health Improvement Center, the American Institutes for Research and Baltimore Medical System, Inc.

    Specific Duties/ Responsibilities

    • Participate in administering and reviewing surveys at recruitment sessions in Baltimore, MD

    • Interviewing research study subjects

    • Flexibility to answer phones Monday – Friday between the hours of 8am – 8pm

    • Respond to study participants phone inquiries by clarifying information about the PTSC project intervention and research protocol

    * Answer miscellaneous questions regarding site locations and directions

    • Resolve escalating unresolved problems in a calm friendly manner

    • Maintain ongoing relationships with study participants and multi-sector partners including: Gaston and Porter Health Improvement Center,   the American Institutes for Research, and the Baltimore Medical System, Inc.

    • Plans, organizes, and coordinates recruitment and follow up meetings

    • Draft letters and publish updated flyers for ongoing communication with study participants

    • Participate in data collection and data entry

    • Review and analyze data

    • Maintain accurate, up-to-date files and records in excel and Red Cap

    • Make recommendations to the PI & Co-PI to ensure the smooth operations of study

    • Perform other administrative duties as needed

    • Take and maintain minutes for study team meetings

    Special Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Microsoft Office, Excel, Power Point, Red Cap, and JH Dropbox

    • Data analysis skills

    • Excellent writing skills

    • Previous customer service work

    • Completed Institutional Review Board (IRB) human subjects training and HIPAA training

    * Experience working with and submitting study materials to IRB

    • Experience interviewing patients, focus groups or call center experience

    • Possess exceptional interpersonal, communication and organizational skills

    • Experience working in a research setting

    • Event planning and management experience

    • Previous training working with low-income patients or other disadvantaged populations including minority communities

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree or Graduate Student

    Interested persons should contact Felicia Roane at froane1@jhu.edu

  • Business Analyst Position Opening – for graduating Seniors

    Posted: March 10, 2022

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    Sage Growth Partners (SGP), is a leading healthcare research, strategy, and marketing firm, national in scope and based in Baltimore. SGP is looking to hire a full-time business analyst to work remotely and to serve as a key team member on client engagements, to execute market research and analysis, and to synthesize conclusions into recommendations. Graduating seniors are welcome to apply. For full job posting, click here.

  • Sr. Research Program Coordinator – Johns Hopkins SOM Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

    Posted: February 24, 2022

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    The Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery is seeking a Senior Research Program Coordinator  (Requisition ID 78223) who will be responsible for coordinating clinical research in the areas of Burn Surgery, General Plastic Surgery Research, and Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement work. Assist with 4-5 high-profile vascularized composite allotransplantation (e.g., hand, face transplantation) programs. Work directly with the research manager, burn research nurse, and principal investigators to develop, amend, and execute study protocols. Collaborate with numerous undergraduate and medical students, burn fellows, and residents conducting clinical research and QA/QI projects at Johns Hopkins SOM. Willing to consider starting graduating seniors part-time prior to graduation with intent of transitioning to full-time employment upon graduation. Click here for full job description.


  • Volunteer Position with GYN/OB Department at JHSOM

    Posted: May 16, 2022

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    The Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics at JHSOM has an opportunity for students to gain experience with patient interaction and education. Students will volunteer at the downtown hospital and/or Bayview Medical Center. They will interact with patients and provide education to patients in the ER, children’s/adolescent clinic, and OBGYN clinics. Fill out the brief screening form here, but we do not anticipate turning anyone away, so please sign up!  https://jhmi.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1EKYfnxsUlMNNau

  • Volunteer Writing Opportunity with the Alternative Protein Project

    Posted: February 17, 2022

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    The Alternative Protein Project has a new opportunity for manuscript writing with Sight and Life (SAL https://sightandlife.org/), a thinktank that aims to eradicate malnutrition through the translation of science. The focus will be on alternative proteins. Specifically, two volunteers are needed to write a perspective piece under guidance from SAL mentors on ‘Generating demand for alternative protein in low and middle-income countries (LMIC): opportunities and risks’, where you will explain how the market laws can influence the price and production toward affordable and nutritious solutions for LMIC.

    Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to grow your writing skills and for professional development! Please contact Jacquelyn Bedsaul jbedsau1@jhmi.edu if interested.

  • Volunteer Opportunity – Engaging with Community Members Living with Chronic Illness

    Posted: February 14, 2022

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    Lori’s Hands is recruiting volunteers to work with referred clients at the newly opened Baltimore branch. Lori’s Hands is a community health service learning non-profit that connects college/graduate student volunteers with community members who live with chronic illness. Volunteers provide in-person assistance with instrumental tasks of daily living or virtual companionship and in turn learn about the human experience of chronic illness. For in-person home visits, volunteers will visit in pairs and safety measures will be followed. 

    Lori’s Hands has worked with students from a variety of majors, including nursing, human services, psychology, social work, occupational therapy, and more. Through their volunteer work, these students gain practical skills that will serve them in their future careers in healthcare or any other profession. Lori’s Hands provide a wonderful opportunity for any student who is interested in engaging with the community and wants to gain interdisciplinary experience. 

    To be eligible to volunteer with Lori’s Hands, a student needs to be:

    • Enrolled full or part time in an undergraduate or graduate program at an institution of higher education
    • Willing to make a weekly commitment of 1.5 – 2 hours to visit and/or call a Lori’s Hands client throughout the course of a full semester
    • Willing to engage Lori’s Hands clients in meaningful discussions and to provide friendly companionship
    • Willing to undergo a criminal background check
    • Reliable
    •  Interested in learning more about the lived experience of managing a chronic condition

    Sign up to become a volunteer HERE

    Learn more about the organization on the website and hear testimonials from students and clients on the YouTube channel. If you have any additional questions, please email me, Emily Huang, at yhuan211@jhmi.edu