Local Government and Community Affairs supports Johns Hopkins Institutions on Baltimore City policy and serves as a liaison between Johns Hopkins and community stakeholders.
Mayor Catherine Pugh, community leaders, and Johns Hopkins leadership celebrate the opening of Eager Park.
The Local Government and Community Affairs team advises and supports Johns Hopkins on Baltimore city policies and legislative priorities and is comprised of three community affairs teams representing the Homewood, East Baltimore, and Bayview Medical Center campuses. Staff members serves as the primary liaisons between Johns Hopkins and community stakeholders by providing mutually beneficial programs and resources.
How GCA Can Help:
- Want to learn more about Johns Hopkins University and Medicine's commitment to Baltimore and its communities? Check out the following for information on Hopkins' community development, and health and wealth building initiatives.
- For more information on programs such as BLocal, P-Tech, and Eager Park visit Recent Initiatives.
- Learn about community engagement across Johns Hopkins Campuses.
- Visit our staff page to learn more about the Local Government and Community Affairs Team in Baltimore.
- Interested in volunteering opportunities at Johns Hopkins? Sign up through Volunteer Services.
- Learn about the economic impact of Johns Hopkins in Baltimore City, Maryland, and beyond by viewing the Economic Impact Report|
The Center for Social Concern is an office with the Homewood Student Affairs division of Johns Hopkins that is dedicated to volunteerism and community engagement that strives to create a "better community" in and around the Johns Hopkins campus.
SOURCE is the community engagement and service-learning center for the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the School of Nursing, and the School of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University.
The Urban Health Institute (UHI) is a collaboration and a vital connection with East Baltimore. The UHI is the starting point for forging true university and community partnerships in health care, education and community planning, with all partners working to change the trajectory for the children, youth and families of East Baltimore.
The 21st Century Cities Initiative is committed to closing opportunity gaps in urban communities by working side-by-side with city partners, using the latest research across disciplines to inform public policy and practice nationwide.
Have a high-achieving child in Baltimore City's public schools? Learn more about a loan free financial aid program for them to attend Johns Hopkins University.
Barclay Elementary/Middle School, a Baltimore City Public School, works in partnership with Johns Hopkins University’s Whiting School of Engineering to offer both in-school and out-of-school STEM programming, with a key focus on engineering and computer science.
This partnership between Dunbar High School and Johns Hopkins encourage and prepares students for post-secondary education along with careers in health care.
Elmer A. Henderson: A Johns Hopkins Partnership School (Henderson-Hopkins) is part of a unique university-community partnership that creates a high-performing school that serves a diverse, mixed-income community of students and families.
Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle School is partners with Johns Hopkins University School of Education to support an art based approach to learning. The School of Education provides professional development for teachers in arts integration.
Paul Laurence Dunbar High School is partners with Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Kaiser Permanente, and University of Maryland Baltimore, the Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-Tech) creates a school-to-industry pipeline for students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.
Sponsored by Johns Hopkins Health System and Johns Hopkins University. The program provides over 450 Baltimore City students the opportunity to complete an eight-week long paid internship in one of various departments throughout the Institution. The program promotes exposure to careers and workplace culture, while providing an educational experience that promotes mentoring and fosters personal responsibility.
Government and Community Information
- Baltimore City Government
- City Services Assistance (311 Request System)
- Baltimore City Council
- Baltimore City Public Schools
- Mayor's Office of Employment Development
- Visit Baltimore
- Live Baltimore
- Baltimore Collegetown Network
- Baltimore City Community Associations Directory
Transportation and Parking
Data and Mapping
- Baltimore CityView - CityView is the City of Baltimore’s mapping portal that provides information on a series of topics of interest for its citizens, visitors, researchers, and business community.
- Open Baltimore - Providing data and reports on everything from City Government to Transportation.
- Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance a website dedicated to producing reliable and actionable quality of life indicators for Baltimore’s neighborhoods.