SOURCE Alumni & Friends Newsletter
2016 – 2017 SOURCE Program Spotlights
We have wrapped up the 2016-2017 academic year, and we are excited to share a few highlights of the excellent community work done by our students, faculty, staff and community partners from the past year. Remember to visit http://SOURCE.jhu.edu/audiences/alumni/ to share your up-to-date contact information, and to keep in touch with SOURCE!
Connection Community Consultants
For more than a decade, students from the JHU Schools of Public Health, Nursing, and Medicine have participated in short-term consulting projects in collaboration with SOURCE partnering community-based organizations in Baltimore. Learn more about one of this year's Connection projects here!
New Program Spotlight: The Identity Clinic
In 2016, Living Classrooms Foundation and SOURCE were awarded a Johns Hopkins University Idea Lab grant to develop a vital records concierge that would help address the need for returning citizens to secure identification in Baltimore City. Not long after receiving the grant, The Identity Clinic was launched. Learn more about the Identity Clinic here.
New Course Highlight: Social Context of Adolescent Health
Each year, our SOURCE Service-Learning Faculty and Community Fellows develop new service-learning courses for the health professional schools. Learn more about one of this year's courses here.
SOURCE 2016-2017 Celebrations and Awards
On April 24, 2017, SOURCE celebrated the students, faculty, and community members who contributed to Baltimore through various SOURCE initiatives in the 2016-2017 year. Learn more about our celebration and our award winners here.