In 2008, Urban Alliance brought its flagship High School Internship Program – which provides paid, professional internships, job skills training, and mentoring to economically-disadvantaged youth – to Baltimore at the invitation of Baltimore City Public Schools. The program’s goal is to open the door to new possibilities for students and ensure that every intern is on a pathway to self-sufficiency – whether that be college, living-wage employment or vocational training – after graduating high school.

Urban Alliance’s work in Baltimore has since expanded to include specific internship pathways for students interested in careers in construction, land surveying, and hospitality.

Over the past decade, Urban Alliance Baltimore has provided over 750 youth with internships, and another 1,421 with professional skills training.

To learn more about our Baltimore program, contact a member of our team.