Graphic created by alphagraphics. The text says, "Welcome to the Center for Social Concern." There are fours smiling and waving people. They are in front of row homes and other landmarks in Baltimore. The color scheme is a green, blue, orange, yellow, and buttermilk yellow. Everything is outlined.Situated within JHU Student Affairs, the Center for Social Concern (CSC) focuses on student development through community engagement. The CSC collaborates with Baltimore City organizations, Hopkins Faculty, and other Campus Partners to curate community-based programming that helps equip our students to be engaged and responsible members of their community.

Learn more about the CSC here.


Involvement with the Center for Social Concern

The CSC has a variety of opportunities to engage with our office and Baltimore City. We offer programs and internships that span from a summer to yearlong. Browse through some of these here.

The CSC also works with faculty members every year to co-design Community-Based Learning (CBL) courses that students can find on SIS. When logged in, look up the tag, “CSC-CE.”

If these opportunities do not work with your schedule, consider looking through Hopkins Engage for more community engagement opportunities.

Hopkins Engage

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Hopkins Engage, powered by GivePulse, is the university’s community engagement platform. Here, JHU students, staff, and faculty to connect directly with Baltimore community partners and other community-engaged campus departments. Volunteer opportunities and other community engagement opportunities are posted and continuously updated here.

The platform provides easy search function for you to connect directly with organizations and projects you care about! Any Hopkins affiliate can log in through single sign-on with your JHED ID. Start connecting by becoming a member of JHU and the Center for Social Concern.

Have questions? Please email [email protected].