Johns Hopkins has great youth programs to introduce science and medicine into the community. Through their Project R.E.A.C.H/Community Education Programs, Johns Hopkins has been giving students opportunities to get hands-on experience in areas that they may not have had connections to otherwise.
They also have an excellent summer job program (JHSJP) that is a paid six-week long internship. These internships are made to give the student a better idea of what they would be doing in that type of career if they chose to pursue it. The committee will try their hardest to match up each student to an internship directly related to their main interests. Students must be at least 15 years old by March 30, 2012 to qualify.
For more information on these great programs visit their website at http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/jhhr/Community/youthprograms.html#.TwRlitCTS