Connecting our communities

When Johns Hopkins bequeathed $7 million to create a hospital and university, he did so to benefit the city where he spent most of his life. Nearly 140 years later, Johns Hopkins remains steadfast in its commitment to Baltimore. As part of his Ten by Twenty initiative, President Ronald J. Daniels has made enhancing and enriching our ties to the community one of his top priorities.

We like to say that we’re not just in Baltimore, but we are truly and proudly of Baltimore. Here are just a few examples of how we’re making a difference:

HopkinsLocal
Initiative to build, hire, and buy locally shows sustained growth
Published May 27, 2018
Johns Hopkins effort to promote economic growth in Baltimore exceeds expectations in second year
HopkinsLocal
Strengthening the pipeline of opportunity
Published May 27, 2018
A strategic partnership with Project JumpStart, a training program that teaches construction skills to city residents, helps Johns Hopkins fulfill its promise to improve economic opportunities in Baltimore
HopkinsLocal
Hopkins helps local businesses survive, thrive
Published May 27, 2018
Gundalow Gourmet, a boutique catering company based in Govans, has catered more than a dozen meals for Johns Hopkins thanks in part to the HopkinsLocal initiative

Recent coverage

STEM education
Pint-sized engineers showcase their inventions
Published May 27, 2018
Through the STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools program, city youngsters learn science and engineering basics
HopkinsLocal
Hopkins helps local businesses survive, thrive
Published May 27, 2018
Gundalow Gourmet, a boutique catering company based in Govans, has catered more than a dozen meals for Johns Hopkins thanks in part to the HopkinsLocal initiative
HopkinsLocal
Strengthening the pipeline of opportunity
Published May 27, 2018
A strategic partnership with Project JumpStart, a training program that teaches construction skills to city residents, helps Johns Hopkins fulfill its promise to improve economic opportunities in Baltimore
HopkinsLocal
Effort to hire locally transforms lives
Published May 27, 2018
Clayton Smith knew he needed a life change, so he left his job driving trucks and began work at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he's training to become a nurse
HopkinsLocal
Initiative to build, hire, and buy locally shows sustained growth
Published May 27, 2018
Johns Hopkins effort to promote economic growth in Baltimore exceeds expectations in second year
City students get a leg up in STEM fields
Published May 27, 2018
Baltimore youngsters benefit from strategic partnerships with Johns Hopkins and Lockheed Martin
Healthy eating 101
Published May 27, 2018 Photos
Baltimore City elementary school students learn kitchen basics at hands-on Hopkins Dining event
STEM education
A challenge full of twists and turns
Published May 27, 2018
Area Girl Scouts learn engineering principles by building miniature roller coasters

Contact information

Johns Hopkins Government and Community Affairs works closely with members of the local community on our shared interests. We want to hear from you.

Johns Hopkins Government and Community Affairs
Office of Community Affairs
901 S. Bond Street, Suite 540
Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: 443-287-9900

Homewood, Harbor East, Mt. Vernon, Mt. Washington, and Station North
commrelations@jhu.edu

East Baltimore
ebca@jhmi.edu

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