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Instructional Systems Development


Internship Opportunities

Job Title:

Johns Hopkins Medicine Interactive Learning Intern


Johns Hopkins Medicine International, Interactive Learning


Johns Hopkins Medicine Interactive Learning

1300 Thames St., Suite 200

Baltimore, MD  21231

Compensation & Schedule:

Volunteer position (unpaid); 20-25 hours per week, schedule built around availability

Position Summary:

The Interactive Learning Internship Program is designed to provide undergraduate/graduate students an opportunity to be part of the John Hopkins Medicine enterprise training and development team.  Interns are expected to take a proactive approach commensurate with experience. Emphasis will be placed on areas of interest as much as possible, but assignments will not be limited to this. Interns will have a complete e-Learning project at the end of this internship you may use for your e-portfolio.

Interactive Learning’s Internship Educational Services focus on:

  • Applying instructional design principles to manage, design, develop, and evaluate online learning modules
  • Create and edit instructional content within Articulate or Captivate authoring tools
  • Introductory Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Project management

Duties for interns will include, but are not limited to:

  • Assisting in the development of materials for various learning programs
  • Working with subject matter experts to address learning needs
  • Editing courses for errors, accessibility, and branding
  • Maintaining and utilizing graphics
  • Importing and cataloging courses into LMS
  • Administrative tasks (assisting with office management duties, copying, filing, etc.)


  • Junior or senior in undergraduate degree program or student in graduate program
    • Preferred majors include: Instructional Design, Educational Technology, Adult Learning, or similar field
  • Required knowledge of:
    • Adult learning theory,
    • Instructional design models (including ADDIE, SAM, and other ISD models)
  • Effective communication, both an oral and written
  • Demonstrate independent thinking and decision-making abilities
  • Development experience with: Articulate and/or Adobe Captivate preferred
  • Knowledge of MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access)

Application Method:

Interested students should send their resume to Tamara Kravitz at