This program assists high-achieving Baltimore City Public School graduates with significant financial need. Participants receive a full scholarship or a cap on their family’s contribution plus a loan-free financial aid package, depending on their family income. Scholars take part in Internships, mentoring, career networking, and other activities, as well. The program has attracted more than 180 students to JHU’s Homewood campus and the Peabody Institute.
This one-day service event held every fall engages the Homewood, East Baltimore, and Peabody communities. More than 1,000 individuals participate in projects throughout the city every year.
Created in 2008, this United Way fund supports nonprofit organizations that serve the communities close to Johns Hopkins campuses. Since its inception, the employee-supported fund has awarded 79 grants totaling more than $816,500.
Johns Hopkins partners with Baltimore and the state of Maryland to offer grants assisting employees with down payment and/or closing costs on homes in target neighborhoods near the Homewood, East Baltimore, Peabody, and Bayview campuses.
This service partnership is aimed at providing support and assistance to the Baltimore City Public Schools and offers university staff members up to two paid days a year to pursue service opportunities, including direct student support, management and leadership assistance, and facilities and infrastructure improvement.
This competitive, paid summer internship program pairs Johns Hopkins undergraduate students with nonprofit organizations and government agencies to work on community-identified projects. Since its inception, 225 interns have worked with 100 nonprofits across Baltimore City.