Our SOURCE Weekly Service Scoop provides the JHU community with the latest requests from our partnering community-based organizations, as well as postings regarding internships, federal work-study opportunities, requests for grant proposals, conference updates, recognition and award opportunities, and much more.
Annual Community Involvement Fair
Students, faculty, and staff from all three Schools are invited to this event where community-based organizations to set up display booths to highlight the services they provide with the goal of finding potential research collaborators.
Tri-School Days of Service
Fall (October) and Spring (April)
These days of service are great opportunities to volunteer in the community on a team with peers from the Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Public Health. Several projects are available to choose from and are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
Every October, SOURCE joins forces with various student groups and departments on campus to host Baltimore Week. The week is filled with activities to introduce the Hopkins community to the local Baltimore community. Various speakers and community involvement opportunities are organized.
National Volunteer Week
Each April, the center hosts National Volunteer Week. Various activities occur throughout the week, including community-organization speakers, recognition banquet, community service awards, and service projects.
East Baltimore community leader Glenn Ross leads scheduled student tours through the surrounding neighborhoods. Tours are offered at posted times during the summer months and the 1st term/2nd term (around Orientation times). *Tours are not offered in the Winter months due to the cold weather.
Practicing Justice Series
Practicing Justice is an event and training approach to critical consciousness development, bringing intentional social justice orientation into community engagement and service-learning work. Throughout the year, SOURCE collaborates with various campus partners and student groups to host Practicing Justice workshops, panel discussions, and film screenings, which are followed by critical reflection sessions.