Corporate Internship Partners

Who We Partner With

More than 120 companies participate in our CIP program including prestigious law firms, hospitals, financial institutions, universities, local museums, and other organizations.

Business Services, Hospitality, Insurance, and Real Estate

A&R Development


All Risks, Ltd.

Allegis Group, Inc.


American Office

American Trading and Production Corporation





The Center Club

Chef’s Expressions

Chesapeake Contracting Group

CNA Insurance

The Coastal Companies

CohnReznick LLP

Constellation, An Exelon Company

Continental Realty Corp.

Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT)

Crown Title

Enterprise Community Partners

Ernst & Young

Euler Hermes

Fundamental Administrative Services

Kelly & Associates Insurance Group


Lee & Associates Commercial Real Estate Services

The MacKenzie Companies

Marlin Steel Wire Products

Maryland Live

McCormick & Company, Inc.

Mid-Atlantic Properties

Poole & Kent Corporation



S3 Shared Service Solutions

SC&H Group, LLC

Southway Builders

Stanley Black & Decker

The Terminal Corporation

Transamerica Corporation

Under Armour

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

Educational, Public Service, and Cultural Organizations

B&O Railroad Museum

Baltimore City Police Department

Drug Enforcement Administration

Enoch Pratt Free Library

Gilman School

Girl Scouts of Central Maryland

Loyola University Maryland

Maryland Science Center

McDonogh School

Notre Dame of Maryland University

Patterson Park Public Charter School

Port Discovery Children’s Museum

Reading Partners

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture

South Baltimore Learning Center

St. Vincent de Paul Head Start

The State of Maryland Department Assessment & Taxation

The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore

University of Baltimore

University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)

US Lacrosse


Financial Institutions

Brown Advisory

Capital Funding, LLC

D.F. Dent and Company

Greenspring Associates

Howard Bank

Hunt Investment Management, LLC.

JMI Equity

Legg Mason

M&T Bank

MECU of Baltimore, Inc.


Robert W. Baird & Co.

Stifel Nicolaus & Co., Inc.

T. Rowe Price

Hospitals, Healthcare, and Health Services

Blakehurst Retirement Community

Brightview Senior Living

CorrectRx Pharmacy Services


Chase Brexton Health Care

Erickson Living

Grace Medical Center (LifeBridge)

Greater Baltimore Medical Center

Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation

Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center

Keswick Multi-Care Center

MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital

MedStar Union Memorial Hospital

Mercy Medical Center

Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital

Northwest Hospital (LifeBridge)

Oak Crest Retirement Community

Sheppard Pratt Health System

Sinai Hospital (LifeBridge)

Total Healthcare

University of Maryland Medical Center – Downtown

University of Maryland Medical Center – Midtown

University of Maryland, St. Joseph Medical Center

VA Maryland Health Care System

Human Services and Philanthropy

The Arc Baltimore, Inc.

Archdiocese of Baltimore

Art with a Heart

Associated Black Charities

The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore

Big Brothers Big Sisters at the Y

Catholic Charities of Baltimore

Catholic Relief Services


Church of the Nativity

The Family Tree

Franciscan Center of Baltimore

Jesuit Volunteer Corps

Maryland Nonprofits

Peter & John Ministries

St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center

United Way of Central Maryland

Legal Services

Baker Donelson

Franklin & Prokopik, P.C.

Federal Public Defender’s Office

Gallagher Evelius & Jones LLP

Gordon Feinblatt, LLC

Maryland Attorney General’s Office

Maryland Office of Administrative Hearings

Maryland Office of Administrative Hearings

Miles & Stockbridge P.C.

Nelson Mullins

A Letter from Our Partners

Dear Fellow Business Leader,

Since its founding in 2007, we have partnered with Cristo Rey Jesuit High School by investing in their unique Corporate Internship Program. The program not only provides access to educational opportunity in Baltimore City but also demystifies the professional world for underserved yet deserving students. What was an idea in 2007 is now a model of empowerment and professional workforce development. Cristo Rey is proving that this investment produces long-term economic return for our city and collective businesses.

The Corporate Internship Program provides over one-third of the operating revenue for the school, and empowers students to be owners and stakeholders in their educational and professional journey. With the recent market dislocation created by the COVID-19 crisis, the risk to the school and the community’s investment in this program is greater than ever. Baltimore’s students and families are more vulnerable than ever. Cristo Rey needs us now more than ever. In this difficult time, we can remain steadfast in our support and intend to come through it stronger, together. We hope that you will join us and other business leaders by continuing to prioritize an investment in Cristo Rey’s Corporate Internship Program in the year to come.

In Gratitude,

Augie Chiasera
M&T Bank. Greater Baltimore/ Chesapeake Region

Sr. Helen Amos, RSM
Executive Chair, Board of Trustees
Mercy Medical

Bill Stromberg
President & CEO
T. Rowe Price

Tim Regan
President & CEO
Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

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