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SOURCE (Student Outreach Resource Center)

Special Opportunities for Nursing Students

School of Nursing Community Outreach Program (SON COP)

Gain practical experience providing health services to underserved populations in Baltimore City by participating in the School of Nursing Community Outreach Program. This program is a service-learning collaboration between SOURCE, the School of Nursing's Department of Community-Public Health, and various community-based organizations.

Students will work at placement sites while completing the prerequisite course: NR 100.426, Community Outreach to Underserved Communities in Baltimore. In this 1-credit, introductory course, offered during the fall semester, you’ll gain a broad perspective on factors affecting the health of various communities in urban Baltimore.

Once your application is accepted, you will be assigned to a community site based on prior experience and nursing goals. Students typically commit to at least one year of service at a site. Learn more about this program HERE.

Academic Courses with Community Project Requirements

Public Health Leadership, Management, and Evaluation Practicum
Public Health Nursing Theory and Practice Practicum
Public Health Nursing Clinicals
Population-Based Public Health Nursing Interventions Practicum
Spanish for Healthcare Providers

For additonal assitance, please contact our office at 410-955-3880 or SOURCE@jhu.edu.

School of Nursing's Service- Based Student Groups

SOURCE supports a number of student groups at JHU SON that are involved in community service. Click here to find out more!

For additional assistance, please contact our office at 410-955-3880 or SOURCE@jhu.edu