Community Engagement

Why Community Engagement?

Leaders in health, policy, and human services are increasingly compelled to partner with communities to effect positive change. Changes in health funding and shifting expectations of corporate citizenship demand emerging leaders to integrate social justice and cultural sensitivity with technical savvy. In this track, student leaders will learn from, and with, community leaders about power, race, and positive change.

In this track, participants will have the opportunity to critically think about and develop their professional brand. Guest speakers will present on interviewing techniques and teach valuable tools for navigating job searches, interviews, and much more. 

All of the Elective sessions will be in the Community Engagement Center:

1 N. Poppleton Street, First Floor

Baltimore, MD  21201

Why Community Engagement?

Leaders in health, policy, and human services are increasingly compelled to partner with communities to effect positive change. Changes in health funding and shifting expectations of corporate citizenship demand emerging leaders to integrate social justice and cultural sensitivity with technical savvy. In this track, student leaders will learn from, and with, community leaders about power, race, and positive change.

In this track participants will have the opportunity to critically think about and develop their professional brand. Guest speakers will present on interviewing techniques and teach valuable tools for navigating job searches, interviews, and much more. 

All of the Elective sessions will be in the Community Engagement Center:

1 N. Poppleton Street, First Floor

Baltimore, MD  21201