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Please understand that the grading system for the Corporate Internship Program has changed for the 2018-19 school year. Your attire, behavior, punctuality, time cards, and attendance will be graded daily. For greater detail, see your Relationship Manager in the CIP office.

Upcoming Opportunities

Moms as Entrepreneurs

Moms As Entrepreneurs removes the stigma that moms are unwilling to risk or assume the pressures of being a mom and an entrepreneur, by challenging the inequities placed upon them. Through entrepreneurial training, financial education, and the support of a mom entrepreneur community we help them start sustainable businesses.

Moms Makers Academy is a 16-week entrepreneurship and making boot camp designed to help YOU launch your makers business! There will be classes on business planning, financing, marketing, setting up an Etsy store, and Open Works safety classes.  Participation is free and includes a 3-month scholarship membership to Open Works to develop your products.  Applications for the Spring Cohort are currently being accepted and seats are filling fast!

If you would like to enroll, please contact Tammira Luca at maeentrepreneur@gmail.com

For More information, visit Mom Makers Academy

After School Programs

Ortus Academy

Ortus Academy is a Baltimore-based Non-Profit whose mission is to teach our youth about making smart financial decisions through experience- playing games, telling stories, and asking questions- to build a future with a healthy relationship to money.

Find out more about Ortus Academy HERE


Are you inspired by entrepreneurs like Kevin Plank, Oprah Winfrey, Daymond John, and Mark Cuban? Now you can join their ranks and get a jump start on the path to running your own business.

The JA Company Program is a unique afterschool opportunity for high school students interested in exploring their entrepreneurial potential. With help from your corporate mentor, you and your team members will conceptualize an idea, product, or service, capitalize your venture, market your offering, and reap the profits.

Find out more about Junior Achievement HERE


We want you to make something! The Teen Makerspace at Openworks is available for students ages 16-19. First you put your mind to it, then you put your grind to it. The program offers free tuition for students in a 15 week period. Real world job skills include Team Building, Gallery Exhibitions, Public Speaking, Marketing Skills, and Resume Writing.

"We are so proud of our Teen Makers from the fall session! On January 26th they had their final celebration and show at Gallery CA across Oliver Street from us. Kennedi showed off a beautiful dress she designed and sewed in our textiles lab, and Tim exhibited a 3D printed skull that is animated with multi-color LED lights. Aniya displayed her beautifully constructed cabinet made in our wood shop. Kennedi, Tim, Aniya, and their 9 classmates visited the Smithsonian Institutions fabrication shops in Landover, MD as a culminating field trip AND to learn about summer internship opportunities now that they are skilled designers, 3D modelers, and fabricators. Congrats to all -- we can't wait to see what you make this spring!" -The Openworks Team

Find out more about Openworks: Teen Makerspace HERE


STAR Academy robotics leagues provide training and experience for beginners and advanced alike, using popular platforms like First Lego League™, VEX IQ™ and scratch-build prototypes. Our coaches are all veteran builders or competitors, determined to accelerate your success with robotics. Intro classes, rec. leagues, travel teams and even private training are available to suit your interests.

Find out more about STAR Academy HERE
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, 420 S. Chester Street, Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: 410.727.3255
Fax: 443.573.9897