Johns Hopkins University encourages undergraduate students to foster and embrace a sense of civic engagement and social responsibility during their career at Hopkins. To accomplish this, the Center for Social Concern’s goal is to support Community-Based Learning, expand community engagement, and increase academic learning through real world enriching experiences. Whether you are a JHU faculty or student, read more below about how to get involved with CBL.
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A number of faculty members at Hopkins offer classes which incorporate community engagement. Additionally, the Center for Social Concern supports faculty who may be new to CBL, are interested in teaching CBL, and/or want to advocate for more community-based learning opportunities on the Johns Hopkins campus. Depending on your level of commitment, the CSC offers a variety of ways for interested faculty to be involved in CBL through participating in:
- the Engaged Scholar Faculty & Community Partner Fellows Program
- teaching Community-Based Learning courses
- teaching a course in the B’More Intersession Program
Community-Based Learning courses are offered every year at Hopkins. Registering in these courses will allow you to:
- learn about our Baltimore community while earning academic credit;
- enhance civic engagement skills, behaviors, and knowledge;
- provide you with valuable experiential learning and academic experiences;
- engage in the community and share your experiences with other engaged students and faculty.
Students can also receive special studies credit for CBL if conducted under the guidance of a faculty member and by writing a reflective paper.
Classes that have a POS tag of “CSC-CE” have community engaged components that provide an opportunity to work in the community or with community organizations.
- PDF Document: View Spring 2021 Community Engaged Course Listings
- View B’More Intersession courses (for first year students only)