Week Three

2017 Week Three: Arts

JIMMY LI | JUBILEE ARTS What do you do when you have to arbitrate between two people who disagree vehemently? My group personally interviewed over 30 community members in an effort to design a mural that reflected the wishes of the community. The two most interesting responses came from two…
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2017 Week Three: Criminal Justice & Government Agencies

ANTHONY BOUTROS | FREESTATE JUSTICE Senator VanHollen. Mayor Pugh. City Council Members. Maryland State Delegates. Me? I walked into Senator VanHollen’s Central Baltimore Office for its grand opening wearing a suit with a red tie my boss had kindly let me borrow. The exuberant staff welcomed me and gave me…
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2017 Week Three: Education

JOHNATHON COOK | HEBAC YO! BALTIMORE At some point in middle school, wrapped up in the societal influences that stem from the idea of masculinity, I decided I would probably never cry again. It seems like a weird decision now, but you have to keep in mind that thirteen-year-old me…
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2017 Week Three: Food Access & The Environment

CODY FALTA | URBAN RESOURCES INITIATIVE (URI) / BALTIMORE OUTDOOR REC, MIDDLE BRANCH This week I started doing some design work for Rec and Parks. I made a map of the Middle Branch area with little icons of sights that can be seen from the water when we’re out canoeing….
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2017 Week Three: Healthcare & Health Policy

ANUSHA GOLLAPALLI | SHEPHERD’S CLINIC Another fantastic week at the clinic! This week I shadowed one of the doctors at the clinic, learned how to deal with medical records, and got some interesting insight about how the clinic is funded through grants and donations. One side project I’ve been working…
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2017 Week Three: Nonprofit Management

VICTORIA LI | BALTIMORE CORPS – WEEK 3 This week was mostly centered on the inaugural Elevation Awards Celebration & Showcase, which happened on the night of Wednesday, June 28th. This is the celebration of the work done by seven incredible social entrepreneurs with creative solutions to help their communities…
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2017 Week Three: Youth & Family Wellness

KAETLYN BERNAL | STRONG CITY BALTIMORE, BARCLAY Last week I was somewhat lonely in the office since my supervisor left for vacation for two weeks. I was really excited that I was able to hold down the fort while she was gone but I was more excited to be joined…
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2016 Week Three: Arts

SIMON JACKSON FORGSBERG – JUBILEE ARTS A youth worker wearing a fresh turquoise Art @ Work shirt reluctantly approaches a man sitting on a stoop on Pennsylvania Avenue. The man sitting on the stoop is Tony, an avenue character who I’ve done my best to think of as an ally over…
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2016 Week Three: Criminal Justice

MATTHEW BROWN – BSHRC I’m realizing how important connections are with each week of CIIP. When I originally decided to work with BSHRC, I never expected so many people I knew to have worked with BSHRC in the past. This week I met with people of various backgrounds including doctors, masters…
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