The Center for Social Concern emphasizes the value of service with others. Volunteers and community members enter into an educational process where both benefit from the interaction, and reciprocal learning is the common ground for all of our initiatives. Our programs and efforts are striving to create a "better community" in and around the Johns Hopkins campus.
Johns Hopkins receives national recognition for community service efforts
Johns Hopkins University is among hundreds of colleges and universities recently recognized by the Corporation for National & Community Service for its role in addressing community challenges through service.
The President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, launched in 2006, annually recognizes institutions of higher education that reflect the values of exemplary community service and achieve meaningful, measurable outcomes in communities through service. Johns Hopkins was recognized for the first time this year in the General Community Service category. Click here to continue reading this article in The Hub!
Jail Tutorial in the Gazette
Read the latest article to be written about the Jail Tutorial Project, one of the CSC's long-standing student groups. With consistently strong leadership, this group continues to touch lives of incarcerated men and women in the Baltimore City Detention Center.
Community Impact Internships Program 2015
The Community Impact Internships Program (CIIP) is a competitive, paid summer internship program that pairs JHU undergraduate students with nonprofit organizations and government agencies to work on community-identified projects. CLICK HERE for 2015 information. The deadline for students to apply has passed but community partners are encouraged to look into hosting an intern this summer. Applications for this will be posted by February.
Want to learn more about what the 2014 CIIP interns worked on? Check out our 2014 Program Book..
2014-2015 Alternative Break Trips
Interested in being a part of an Alternative Break trip with the Center for Social Concern? Click Here for more info on and applications for these amazing Baltimore-based trips!.
Apply for one of the Trip Coordinator positions and join the 2014-2015 Alternative Breaks Board. Each Alternative Break is led by two student trip coordinators who plan the service activities, site visits, and educational sessions during the week or weekend. Select from 7 different issue areas: Homelessness, HIV/AIDS, Refugee and Immigrant Communities, Urban Education, Food Justice, Community Development and Urban Environmental Stewardship and Justice. This is a great opportunity to gain leadership experience, connect with people and organizations doing great work in Baltimore, and make a difference in your community. Find detailed descriptions, more information, and the application here. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
JHU’s Annual President’s Day of Service (PDOS):
PDOS, launched in 2009 by our 14th President of the University, President Ron Daniels, brings all of Hopkins’ various campuses, including alumni, together for a single day of community service, with service projects focusing on issues of city beautification, food justice, and interpersonal interaction. Some goals of PDOS are to help our students meet new people, learn about community projects, and do the city of Baltimore, our home, a service. Click here to read The Baltimore Sun's article featuring this year's day of service and click here to read what the HUB had to say!.
JHU’s Annual PDOS took place on October 11, 2014!
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Engage in Baltimore
Get involved! Click Here to find some of the many opportunities available to JHU students.
2014-2015 SAB Board Members!
Andreas Chai, Anna Clements, Angelo Cruz, Miguel Dias, Nina Henage, Asako Inagawa, Sarah Jabour, Danny Jeon, Pankhuri Jha, Michelle Kihara, Christine Kumar, Giselle Lai, Imoni McCorvey, Nina Mermelstein, Stephanie Ng, Udy Obot, Elyse Oliver, Rachel Riegelhaupt, Hudson Van Slooten, Aida ver Ploeg, Mary Kate Wallace, Hon-Wai Wong, Christine Yu
December's CSC Newsletter is Available
Click here to read the latest issue of CSC News, the CSC's electronic monthly newsletter. The next Newsletter will be published in February, 2015.
CSC in the News
Check out the article about JHU Tutorial Project and its longtime success!
JHU Student Katherine Robinson writes about her experience with CIIP for the Hopkins Interactive Blog. You can find the story by clicking here .
Click here to read about Real Food Hopkins and the difference that one student group can make!
Interested In taking a Community Based Learning course? The CSC has Spring 2015 lists online at: http://www.jhu.edu/csc/cbl/students/students.shtml
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