Volunteers Needed for Food Delivery to SAFE Program Students

The University of Maryland Medical Center and UMB Office of Community Engagement are in need of volunteers to deliver food to high school students participating in the SAFE program, a virtual Youthworks program providing 100 Baltimore City high school students the opportunity to develop community projects to improve local conditions …

Health Profession Job Shadowing

The UMB Office of Community Engagement invites faculty and post docs to host a local k-12 student with an interest in healthcare career for the Summer BioScience Internship Program (SBIP). SBIP is coordinated by the UMB Office of Community Engagement and the School of Medicine’s Department of Family Medicine in …

Career Exploration Activities for k-12 Partners

The UMB Office of Community Engagement invites faculty, staff and student volunteers to develop creative, age appropriate ways to share their chosen careers with children from UMB partner k-12 schools in support of field trips to the UMB campus. Activities should be 90 minutes in length and should accommodate 15-30 …

Learn about volunteering with Thread!

Come out to learn about volunteering with Thread! Interested in meeting new people from all around Baltimore? Join the Thread Movement and connect with young people and adults to ensure that we all have what we need to be successful. Thread disrupts the pattern of social isolation by enrolling 9th-grade …

Learn about volunteering with Thread!

Come out to learn about volunteering with Thread! Interested in meeting new people from all around Baltimore? Join the Thread Movement and connect with young people and adults to ensure that we all have what we need to be successful. Thread disrupts the pattern of social isolation by enrolling 9th-grade …