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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  • 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

  • Spring 2022 AE Opportunity – Rec/Well-Being Program

    Posted: January 24, 2022

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    The newly expanded Ralph S. O’Connor Center for Recreation and Well-Being is seeking a savvy student to work alongside its team to help facilitate its social media and marketing endeavors. They are looking for an individual who possesses creativity, resourcefulness, and professionalism as well as the ability to apply Public health concepts to the Rec/Well-Being program. The student should expect to work 6-8 hours per week throughout the duration of the spring semester- however, timing can be flexible, and weekly hours may vary as projects and events arise. This internship will benefit from a student who can work independently, has a knowledge of public health issues, and who is versed in canva/Instagram/facebook/campus groups/other creative & marketing platforms. If interested, please contact Jen Macko, Assistant Director of Fitness, jmacko@jhu.edu

  • Philly Forward Summer Internship

    Posted: January 18, 2022

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    The Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH) announces that it is now accepting applications for its Philly Forward summer internship program.  This eight-week paid internship is designed to provide pre-professional training to those interested in pursuing careers in public health.  Each Philly Forward intern will work directly with PDPH leaders on a specific project or projects involving data collection, data analysis, program implementation, grant-writing, preparation of reports, and/or community engagement.  Each intern will also learn about the Department’s multiple functions though staff presentations and field trips.  The internship will begin on June 13 and conclude on August 5, 2022.

    The Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH), with some 900 staff and a budget of $350 million, promotes and protects the health of all Philadelphians and provides a safety net for the most vulnerable.  The agency leads programs to prevent communicable diseases; prevent chronic diseases and promote healthy behaviors; prevent environmental health risks; investigate outbreaks of disease; respond to public health emergencies; and promote the health of women, children, and families.  In addition, the department operates eight primary care clinics.  PDPH has been on the vanguard of public health, proposing policy solutions to problems like smoking, gun violence, and opioid overdose deaths, and intends to continue that tradition with creative solutions to both long-standing urban health problems and new crises.  Most recently, PDPH has taken the lead on the City of Philadelphia’s response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. 

    The Application Process

    Eligibility and Application Materials

    You are eligible to apply if you are enrolled at a college or university at the time of the internship and are working towards a baccalaureate degree.  Please note, this opportunity excludes those with advanced degrees.  Additionally, we highly encourage candidates from Philadelphia to apply as we intend to give preference to local applicants.

    To apply, electronically submit:

    • A cover letter describing why you are interested in the internship;
    • A resume that summarizes your educational experience, your work experience, and your skills;
    • A short writing sample (1-3 pages in length; for example, a paper that you wrote for a class assignment or an article that you wrote for a school publication);
    • A recent undergraduate transcript (unofficial is fine); and,
    • The names and contact information for two persons who can serve as references, one of whom is a faculty member.

    The deadline for the application is Friday, February 11, 2022; applications should be sent to PDPHPFI@phila.gov.

  • The Maternal and Child Health-Leadership Education Advocacy Research Network (MCH-LEARN) Program

    Posted: January 18, 2022

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    The Maternal and Child Health-Leadership Education Advocacy Research Network (MCH-LEARN) program, funded by the HRSA, provides the scholar with maternal and child health and public health research, clinical, and advocacy experiences.  The MCH-LEARN is full-time during the summer and monthly during the academic year.  Application site is OPEN.  Learn more – Visit https://www.kennedykrieger.org/training/programs/center-for-diversity-in-public-health-leadership-training/mch-learn

    The Maternal Child Health-Leadership Education, Advocacy, and Research Network (MCH-LEARN) is a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) funded program that facilitates local undergraduate freshman, sophomore, and rising junior scholars entry into graduate school in Maternal Child Health (MCH) fields, i.e., public health and related fields such as pediatrics, MCH nutrition, MCH social work, MCH nursing, pediatric dentistry, psychology, health education, pediatric occupational/physical therapy and speech-language pathology. The program is designed for local scholars (no housing allowance during the Baltimore summer session) from diverse populations underrepresented in the MCH field who desire to learn more about MCH through research, clinical, and advocacy experiences. MCH-LEARN scholars participate in the summer public health research internship with continued monthly experiences throughout the academic year.

  • Maternal and Child Health Careers/Research Initiatives for Student Enhancement – Undergraduate Program

    Posted: January 18, 2022

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    Undergraduate  Maternal and Child Health Careers/Research Initiatives for Student Enhancement-Undergraduate Program (MCHC/RISE-UP) is a summer public health leadership program funded by the CDC that provides (1) clinical, (2) research, and (3) community engagement and advocacy experiences for undergraduate juniors, seniors, and scholars within 12 months of their baccalaureate degree.  Sites include (1) Kennedy Krieger Institute, (2) University of California-Davis,  (3) University of South Dakota, and (4) the Aaniiih Nakoda Tribal College.  Application site is OPEN.  Learn more -Visit https://www.kennedykrieger.org/training/programs/center-for-diversity-in-public-health-leadership-training/mchc-rise-up

    The MCHC/RISE-UP Program provides opportunities for enhanced public health leadership training in maternal and child health, focusing on social determinants of health, elimination of health disparities, and developmental disabilities. Grant funding for this program was awarded to Kennedy Krieger Institute by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to develop a national consortium of institutions and universities that provides undergraduate scholars with three public health leadership experiences: (1) clinical, (2) research, and (3) community engagement and advocacy.

  • NIDA Summer Research Internship Program

    Posted: January 10, 2022

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    Calling all undergraduates interested in participating in an addiction science summer internship!  The NIDA Summer Research Internship Program supports students with a focus on increasing underrepresented populations in substance use and addiction research. Through this program, undergraduates age 18 and older are introduced to the field of substance use and addiction research by participating in research internships with NIDA’s distinguished scientists at universities across the United States. Students work with leading scientists for eight weeks during the summer. The internship may include laboratory experiments, data collection, data analysis, formal courses, participation in lab meetings, patient interviews, manuscript preparation, and literature reviews. In addition, it is expected that each intern will deliver a formal presentation on their research project at the end of the internship.  Our program covers travel and housing along with a salary of $15.00/hour.  For more information, please visit NIDA summer research internship program website. The deadline to apply is February 11, 2022. 

  • Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Program in Rwanda 2022

    Posted: December 14, 2021

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    This Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program is supported by an award from the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) Award #1852411 to Western Washington University.

    The primary purpose of this REU program is to teach students about social science research and to enhance their learning through an applied research project in Rwanda. The REU program is coordinated by Dr. Seth Feinberg from the Department of Sociology and Dr. Hilary Schwandt from Fairhaven College. Participants will also work alongside Rwandan faculty and student colleagues from partner universities in Rwanda. Students will learn about research methods prior to conducting research collaboratively in Rwanda and then write up the results of the work for eventual publication.

    The project is to examine a portion of the family planning program in Rwanda. Family planning use in Rwanda increased dramatically from 17% to 52% in five short years, between 2005 and 2010. Our research is examining possible reasons for this success – particularly issues around youth access to and use of contraceptives and client-provider relationships in term of sustaining contraceptive use despite the experience of side effects.

    Applications are open to all undergraduate students that meet the eligibility requirements listed below. An emphasis will be placed on admitting students who may not otherwise have research opportunities available to them at their undergraduate institution. Students who are underrepresented minorities, first-generation college students, from lower-income backgrounds, veterans and members of the armed forces, disabled, or attending institutions with no or few research opportunities for students are especially encouraged to apply. Previous research experience is not a requirement; however, a hunger to engage in learning about and conducting social science research is necessary. Participants will have the option to earn academic credits for their participation through Western Washington University.


    The REU Fellowship includes a $4,000 stipend, domestic and international travel, as well as housing in Bellingham and in Rwanda. Meals are partially covered in Bellingham and fully covered during international travel. Health insurance is provided during international travel but will not be provided to students while in the U.S.

    See here for more eligibility information and the application form.

  • 2022 Summer Undergraduate Research Internship

    Posted: December 14, 2021

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    Participate in transportation research at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) – the largest university-based transportation research institute in the country. Each student will be paired with a research mentor and will work on an ongoing research project under one of TTI’s three University Transportation Centers:
    – Safe-D:  https://safed.vtti.vt.edu/
    – CARTEEH:  https://www.carteeh.org/about/overview/
    – NICR:  https://nicr.usf.edu/

    ·      Connected Vehicles
    ·      Automated Vehicles
    ·      Big Data Analytics
    ·      Transportation as a Service
    ·      Big Data
    ·      Innovative Mobility
    ·      Transit
    ·      Freeway Congestion Management
    ·      Transportation emissions and/or air quality modeling
    ·      Assessment of exposures and health impacts
    ·      Policy and decision making
    ·      Land-use and urban planning

    Requirements·      Completed application
    ·      Personal essay (maximum 500 words) answering the following question:
    o   If applying to CARTEEH: Why is it important to address transportation emissions/air pollution in the context of public health?
    o   If applying to SAFE-D: How can your field of study contribute to improvements in traffic safety?
    o   If applying to NICR: Why is reducing traffic congestion important for this country?
    ·      A current transcript (can be a downloaded version)
    ·      A letter of recommendation from a faculty member at your college/university
    ·      January 31, 2022, by 5:00 pm CT
    ·      Complete application packets must be received by the deadline, application materials received after this deadline will not be considered.

    Contact Information
    Completed applications and any questions regarding this program should be directed to:
    Laura Higgins, Associate Research Scientist
    CARTEEH/SAFE-D/NICR Internship Coordinator
    Texas A&M Transportation Institute
    3135 TAMU
    College Station, TX 77843
    Ph. (979) 317-2544 │ l-higgins@tti.tamu.edu
    Sponsored by the Safe-D, CARTEEH and NICR University
    Transportation Centers
    Application details can be found at:

  • Communications Internship at CAHMI

    Posted: December 6, 2021

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    The Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative (CAHMI) is looking for a motivated, self-directed communications student intern with interests, knowledge and skills in communications planning and implementation through web-based website, short videos, slide presentations and short written articles. The intern/student will work closely with the research team to assist with the communication strategy and resources needed to move toward field implementation. Additionally, the intern will be working with scaling a set of IT based, data driven models and tools for engaging patients and families in ensuring high quality, patient/family-centered care to promote the healthy development and well-being of children, youth and families. If interested,  please reach out to Marisa Cordon (mcordon4@jhu.edu).

  • Summer Health Professions Educational Program (SHPEP)

    Posted: November 19, 2021

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    SHPEP is a free six-week summer enrichment program focused on improving access to information and resources for college students interested in the health professions, and the SHPEP National Program Office (NPO) is proud to announce that SHPEP 2022 will be offered as an in-person experience

    Students who participate in SHPEP will receive: 

    – Housing, meals, a stipend, and travel assistance.
    – Guidance from current admissions deans, health professionals, students, and SHPEP alumni about how to pursue their profession of interest. 

    Although curricula and program dates vary by program site, each program participant will have the opportunity to spend the summer exploring a range of health careers.

    Application Deadline: February 5, 2022 

    For more information, please visit their website, flier, or video. If you have any questions, please contact shpep@aamc.org or 1 (866) 587- 6337.


  • Research Assistant – Health Policy and Management

    Posted: November 23, 2021

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    Assistance is needed with a review of the literature and analysis of return-to-work policies for employees recovering from Opioid Use Disorders. In support of a research project about employer policies and best practices related to workers in recovery from opioid addiction, including those prescribed buprenorphine, the research assistant will assist with:

    – Gathering relevant literature

    – Reading and synthesizing literature for study team

    – Assisting with review of company practices

    – Assistance with manuscript preparation

    – Assistance with grant preparation  Interested students should contact Mitch Doucette at mdoucet3@jhu.edu for more information or to apply.

  • Contract Analyst Position at NYU Langone Health

    Posted: October 29, 2021

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    NYU Langone Health is a world-class, patient-centered, integrated academic medical center, known for its excellence in clinical care, research, and education. It comprises more than 200 locations throughout the New York area, including five inpatient locationsa children’s hospitalthree emergency rooms and a level 1 trauma center. Also part of NYU Langone Health is the Laura and Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute designated comprehensive cancer center, and NYU Grossman School of Medicine, which since 1841 has trained thousands of physicians and scientists who have helped to shape the course of medical history.

    In this role, the successful candidate as the Contract Analyst will work with the Assistant Director of Value Based Analytics, the Senior Director of Managed Care Payment Reform and the NYUPN Clinically Integrated Network in responding to the new payment reforms that might stem from Federal legislation or other market forces. The position will be responsible for organizing and reviewing extensive data sets from various treatment settings, to analyze quality, financial and utilization data. The position will blend data sets to track trends and measure performance of key metrics, including care coordination, pharmacy, and quality care team interventions. The position will also synthesize various health plan datasets with electronic medical record data in order to assist with creation of patient outreach lists, payer performance scorecards and dashboards. The position will work closely with Managed Care and Network Integration to provide reporting to assist with meeting operational goals.

    See the official job posting for more details.

  • Position With Global Tobacco Control at JHSPH

    Posted: October 19, 2021

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    The Institute for Global Tobacco Control at the School of Public Health is looking for motivated undergrads to assist with a multi-city longitudinal cohort study. Our objective is to learn how folks who vape use e-cigarettes and e-liquid over time. This would be a paid opportunity, and the hired undergrad(s) would assist in the coding of images and survey data. We are looking for assistance for this fall and winter (approximately 6-10 hours per week), but there may be opportunities for the undergrad to work with our team throughout the spring and summer as well. The work can be done remotely after the students are trained via Zoom. Anyone interested should send a CV/Resume to Elizabeth Crespi at ecrespi2@jh.edu.

  • Editorial Assistant Position

    Posted: October 5, 2021

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    The Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy has an opening for a student to support editorial research tasks. The editorial assistant will be responsible for editing and formatting manuscripts, managing citations, and uploading to manuscript submission systems. All tasks can be performed remotely. If interested, please send a statement of interest to Dr. Wendy Shields at wshield1@jhu.edu. This is a paid position @ $18 per hour.  Work study eligibility preferred but not required.

  • Research Assistant Position with Johns Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions

    Posted: September 27, 2021

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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.


    East Baltimore Campus & West Baltimore

    Position Title:

    Research Assistant/ Project Manager


    Monday – Friday – 20 hours per week

    Full-time in summer – 30 -35 hours per week

    Occasional 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, 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

  • Student Research Assistant Position

    Posted: August 30, 2021

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    Extreme risk protection order (ERPO) laws provide a civil court process to temporarily restrict firearm access via removal of existing firearms (and ammunition) and prohibition of new purchases for individuals who are behaving dangerously and at risk of committing violence to themselves or others. Student research assistants will be responsible for reviewing ERPO petitions and supporting documentation and coding for a series of variables of interest such as petitioner and respondent demographics, criminal history, risk for self-harm, suicide and/or violence against others. Students may be able to use this project for a research practicum, applied learning experience or other academic requirement. Applicants should send a statement of interest and a resume to Amy Molocznik at amolocz1@jhu.edu.

  • Student Assistant Position – JHU Center for Communication Programs

    Posted: March 16, 2021

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    The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) is seeking to hire a student to support qualitative social media content analysis related to the West Africa Breakthrough ACTION (WABA) multimedia campaign, Merci Mon Héros(MMH). The MMH campaign is a multimedia effort that seeks to positively influence gender and social norms and the environment that creates and sustains negative reproductive health and family planning taboos and social barriers, which discourage youth access and use of family planning services and products.

    The student hired for this work will compile the French language text from online comments and discussions relating to our MMH campaign. Under supervision, the student will perform qualitative thematic analysis of these online discussions. The thematic analysis is essential for the WABA project to better orient the MMH campaign toward themes of interest to our audiences, as well as to monitor misinformation, shifts in attitudes, norms, etc. per the discussions on our pages in relation to the video content and discussion topics.

    The student will collaborate with CCP research staff as well as a youth consultant based in Burkina Faso to process and analyze the comments and discussion each month. 

    Interested students should preferably have: intermediate French language competency; some experience with qualitative data analysis (e.g. coursework or prior research) or social media metrics; the ability to synthesize thematic analyses into summary results for presentation; an interest in youth reproductive health and family planning, social norms, and gender norms.

    The position is available immediately. If interested: 1) please fill out this form; and 2) contact Tim Werwie (twerwie1@jhu.edu) with your CV.


  • Volunteer Website Manager Position Open – World Neurology Foundation

    Posted: September 21, 2021

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    The World Neurology Foundation (www.worldneurology.com) is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1999 with the mission of promoting neurological care and education in low-resourced regions. They are currently hiring for a permanent/temporary volunteer role of website manager, and the ideal candidate will have intermediate experience with designing and maintaining websites.

    Position Responsibilities:

    • Updating website content as projects progress (i.e. adding educational material, adding pictures)
    • Helping to design and manage the website
    • Organizing/developing the online structure of our new initiative, Global Neurology Consortium
    • Troubleshooting any technical issues with website
    • Working with the WNFO team to generate ideas for new website content


    • Proficiency in JavaScript and/or HTML
    • Familiarity with Wix website platform
    • Ability to troubleshoot website issues
    • Ability to work in a small team setting
    • Time management skills
    • Organized and flexible

    If interested in this role, please send your resume/CV and any additional materials (i.e. personal website) that would demonstrate you as a strong candidate for this position to shwang37@jhmi.edu. You will be contacted if the group is interested in collaborating with you. The selection for this position will be on a rolling basis.

  • Volunteer Opportunities with So What Else Baltimore

    Posted: June 11, 2021

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    So What Else is a non-profit in Baltimore that distributes food to low-income families. They are looking for college students to volunteer at their distribution warehouse through tasks like sorting through produce, lifting boxes, and cleaning floors.

    See details on the specific volunteer roles here. Email Amanda Li at swevolunteer@gmail.com with questions.

  • Volunteer Opportunity With Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs

    Posted: March 9, 2021

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    The Baltimore City Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MIMA) is recruiting reliable individuals to join our Volunteer Team. MIMA understands that due to language, literacy, and technological barriers, members of the immigrant community may have a difficult time navigating services and resources available to them through city, state, and federal entities. The Volunteer Team will bridge these gaps, considering the public health and economic impact that COVID-19 may have on immigrant communities. Volunteer Team members will be invited to become involved in opportunities to support a variety of programs and initiatives, both remotely and in-person, depending on need.

    About MIMA

    MIMA’s mission is to promote community wellbeing, economic development, and the integration of immigrant communities by identifying needs and opportunities that immigrants bring to our city, while developing public-private partnerships to strengthen the development of these communities. More information can be found on our website, mima.baltimorecity.gov.

    General Responsibilities

    Volunteer opportunities will vary depending on need. Examples of potential responsibilities include:

    • Assisting immigrant community members to fill out forms
    • Distributing yard signs in a neighborhood
    • Staffing a call center
    • Staffing a test site
    • Translating documents
    • Canvassing

    Criteria of Becoming a Volunteer:

    To be considered, individuals must meet the following criteria:

    • Have access to phone, computer, and Internet (when helping immigrants navigate online resources and forms)
    • Attend any onboarding and training sessions by video call or phone
    • Be able to contribute 1- 4  hours per week if participating in an opportunity
    • Be able to adhere to standards of respect, privacy, and confidentiality
    • Ideally be bilingual (if not, volunteers will be provided telephonic interpretation to communicate with immigrant residents). But not required for all opportunities
    • Some opportunities may have additional requirements


    If interested, please fill out the Volunteer Application form here: bit.ly/MIMAvolunteer. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, but those interested in assisting with COVID-19 response are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. For questions, please contact Cesia Calero at mimavolunteer@gmail.com.