Center for Social Concern
Center for Social Concern
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- If you are a faculty member, consider teaching a Community-Based Learning course or joining the next Engaged Scholar Faculty and Community Fellows Program cohort.
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News & Announcements
Sister Cities, Sister States: Local Artists Travel to Liberia, West Africa and Perform an Original Play to Mark the Bicentennial
By: Sierra Romero The Center for Social Concern welcomed Jasmine Blanks Jones as the new Executive Director this past semester. Jasmine comes to the CSC with a multitude of exciting experiences, some that are occurring while she transitions into her new role at Hopkins. Over the course of twelve days
2022 Week 7: Arts
Liesel Arauz Vallecillo | Art With A Heart The main two other placements that I can think of that intersect with ours are St. Francis Neighborhood Center and Baltimore City Public Schools. I assist with weekly classes every Monday and Wednesday morning at St. Francis Neighborhood Center. The students I
Week 3: Neighborhood Improvement/Community Organizing
JANAYA BROWN | FRANCISCAN CENTER My week began slightly discouraging, but by the end I was reminded why I want to keep doing this work. Tensions run high in the nonprofit world, the workload is high, the staff is low, and the rewards are variable. This is the first week
2021 Week 6: Virtual Internships
HUIYAO CHEN | BALTIMORE JOB HUNTERS SUPPORT GROUP Connecting dots is a particularly salient theme for this week. During the Bites session, we talk about the topic of immigration, which is very informative and eye-opening, especially when I learned that Baltimore is a sanctuary city while Maryland is not (a
2021 Week 5: Virtual Internships
HUIYAO CHEN | BALTIMORE JOB HUNTERS SUPPORT GROUP Week 5 has been a significant week of learning and connecting (both dots and people). Aside from completing the second round of revision for the Green Guide, I have also made slide presentations for two articles on hiring biases and “what to
2021 Week 4: Virtual Internships
HUIYAO CHEN | BALTIMORE JOB HUNTERS SUPPORT GROUP Reaching the midpoint of the internship, I have also been arriving at some milestones in my internship. The research guide is still under revision while close to the end as I am adding more new resources to the guide. I have also