SOURCE is the community engagement and service-learning center for the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Schools of Public Health, Nursing, and Medicine.
SOURCE’s mission is to engage the Johns Hopkins University health professional schools and Baltimore communities in mutually beneficial partnerships that promote health and social justice.
We also serve as a channel for student, faculty and staff involvement with community organizations, and local projects.
SOURCE has a particular, but not exclusive, focus on East Baltimore neighborhoods in close proximity to the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus.
News from SOURCE
Federal Work-Study Positions available with SOURCE
SOURCE is seeking candidates for several Federal Work-Study positions which provide critical support to our programming, communications and center administration. Students in BSPH and SON are encouraged to apply! Reach out to SOURCE@jhu.edu for more details.
Can you speak multiple languages? Become a SOURCE Language Volunteer!
SOURCE receives various requests from partner community-based organizations for assistance working with clients who speak little or no English. In order to support our community partners, we are looking for Hopkins students, faculty, and staff interested in using their language skills to respond to community-identified needs.
SOURCE hosts a wide range of different events throughout the academic year, both in person and virtually, to highlight the incredible work that our partner community-based organizations (CBOs) across Baltimore are doing to address health disparities in the city, as well as the collaborations which are happening between our partners and Hopkins students, faculty and staff. Visit our YouTube page to learn more about our partner CBOs, watch previous panel discussions about issues facing Baltimore communities, and learn how you can get involved!
To exchange with others for mutual benefit
To promote fair and equitable treatment for all
To be of service to others
To work with others intentionally