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Each year in April, SOURCE hosts National Volunteer Week. Various activities occur throughout the week including presentations by students engaged in volunteerism and service-learning, panel discussions featuring speakers from partner community-based organizations, and our Volunteer Appreciation and Community Service Awards Ceremony. Read more below about our 2021-2022 National Volunteer Week celebration! 

 

Mon, April 25 | JHSON Community Outreach Program Poster Session

Hear from students in the School of Nursing's Community Outreach Program about their experiences working with Baltimore community-based organizations in 2021-2022! COP students' virtual poster presentations detail the scope of their projects with different community partners this year.

 

Tues, April 26 | SWEET Seminar presented by the Anna Baetjer Society with SOURCE

Hear from students in the Bloomberg School of Public Health as they share about their volunteer experiences in Baltimore this academic year. 

 

Wed, April 27 | SOURCE Volunteer Appreciation and Community Service Awards Ceremony

 

Wed, April 27 | SOURCE Service Scholars Program Poster Session

Join us as we celebrate the completion of this year's SOURCE Service Scholar Program! Hear from students in the Schools of Public Health, Nursing and Medicine as they present virtual posters about the projects they completed with partner community-based organizations in 2021-2022.

 

Thurs, April 28 | 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET

Panel, "Bolstering Healthy Environments in Baltimore"

Hear directly from SOURCE community partners in Baltimore who are working to support environmental health, and learn how you can get involved! Featuring speakers from:

 

Sat, April 30 | Volunteer with Thread at Patterson Park High School

Looking to spend some of your weekend giving back to our community? Join classmates and friends for a morning of volunteering with Thread at Patterson Park High School! Patterson Park High School has strong connections in the community and assists youth and families who are in need of food and clothing. Volunteers will make a huge difference by: 

Masks and proof of vaccination are not required to participate in this opportunity. Transportation and light refreshments will be provided.