RPCS Summer Internship Program

The RPCS Summer Internship Program empowers our students to pose questions about the world, embrace new challenges and search for their purpose as they step into real world professions. The program connects rising seniors with professional internship experiences in a wide range of career fields. The introduction of the RPCS Summer Internship Program is the first step in the articulation of future opportunities in leadership, design, innovation, and entrepreneurship for all our students. Over the past two summers, this program has connected a total of 56 students with internships in fields including medicine, law, computer science, social work, finance—and many more interesting and enlightening areas for real world learning.

This program supports our vision for an RPCS education that connects classrooms to communities and equips our students with the future directed skills that enable their success here at RPCS—and beyond into their professional journeys.

Sampling of Internship Placements

  • University of Maryland St. Joseph's Medical Center Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center
  • The Hearing and Speech Agency (HASA)
  • Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Coronary Care
  • Neurology
  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • PICU
  • Maryland Pediatric Group
  • Mt. Carmel Animal Hospital
  • Sinai Hospital
  • University of Maryland School of Medicine
  •  Baltimore Public Defender’s Office
  • udge Lyn Stewart Mays
  • Miles & Stockbridge, P.C.
  • Smith, Gildea & Schmidt Law Firm
  • The Law Offices of Darlene Wakefield
  • Women’s Law Center of Maryland
  • Brown Advisory Group
  • Nicole Miller, New York
  • The Institute of Marine Environmental Technology
  • University of Maryland Computer Science
  • USALCO (Chemical Manufacturing)
Community Outreach
  • Child Abuse Center
  • Baltimore Humane Society
  • Foster Care Services
  • House of Ruth
  • Maryland Book Bank
  • Seawall Development (Baltimore housing development)
  • Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)
  •  ABC News
  •  NBC News
  • Rubicon Productions
  • The Scout Guide

Total number of participants to date: 56 (typically around 40% of the junior class)

2018: 31
2017: 25