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Community health
Hopkins-based partnership helps refugees find safety in Maryland
Published Nov 7, 2022
The Johns Hopkins, Esperanza and Loyola Refugee Health and Asylum Collaborative provides refugees with trauma-informed care and helps prepare affidavits to include in asylum applications
Students united
Published Nov 7, 2022
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute students and Hopkins undergrads come together to learn about Baltimore's civil rights history
Vision for Baltimore
Vision realized
Published Nov 1, 2022
Vision for Baltimore celebrates providing 10,000 pairs of eyeglasses for Baltimore City students
Johns Hopkins partners on small-business incubator
Published Oct 20, 2022
New incubator in downtown Baltimore will provide office space, mentorship, and legal and marketing support for 26 small businesses in the JHU Office of Economic Development Small Business Cohort
Expungement clinics open doors to new opportunities
Published Sept 26, 2022
Clinic planned for Saturday, Oct. 1, in East Baltimore; four previous clinics co-hosted by Hopkins and Maryland Legal Aid have provided free legal services to 423 clients
A summer of service
Published Aug 24, 2022
The Community Impact Internships Program connects undergraduate students with local nonprofit organizations. Meet some of this year's 50-person cohort as they share their experiences.
JHU to hire 80 student math tutors for Henderson-Hopkins
Published Aug 15, 2022
To help address pandemic learning loss, the initiative will call on undergrad and grad student tutors to support up to 200 Henderson-Hopkins students by the spring semester
Study finds happiness in multiracial neighborhoods
Published July 13, 2022
A new study found the majority of residents in surveyed areas said they were happy with where they live
Economic Development
Working together to make an impact
Published June 27, 2022
Office of Economic Development releases its first Impact Report, which highlights initiatives and partnerships integral to Johns Hopkins' community efforts
Community safety
Partnering for a safer city
Published June 27, 2022
The Innovation Fund for Community Safety marks its first year supporting programs that aim to address the root causes of violence in Baltimore