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Civic Engagement and Volunteerism
The Office of Community Engagement encourages UMB faculty, staff, and students to engage in meaningful volunteer experiences and mutually beneficial community initiatives throughout Baltimore.
PSLI: Community Engagement Training
The President's Student Leadership Institute (PSLI) is an interprofessional program that creates opportunities for leaders in health, policy, and human services who 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.
Potential Seminar Offerings: Local Advocacy 101; Community-Based Participatory Action Research; Recruiting Volunteers; Partnering with Local Public Schools.