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Adult Community Programs

Johns Hopkins has partnered with several area organizations to provide job training opportunities to adults residing in communities throughout East Baltimore and Greater Baltimore.

Participants receive customized occupational skills training to prepare them for entry-level employment with JHH/JHHS. These valuable life skills include attendance, punctuality, office etiquette, appearance standards and customer service.

Through relationships with local city agencies and community-based organizations, we create a channel for community residents and targeted populations to take advantage of job opportunities in the health care arena. Some of our partnering organizations are:

  • Helping Up Mission
  • Catholic Charities/Our Daily Bread
  • America Works
  • Humanim
  • Mayor's Office of Employment Development (MOED)
  • Baltimore Alliance for Careers in Healthcare (BACH)
  • Transitional Employment Partnership Program (TEPP)
  • CSO-Hispanic Outreach

Contact us

To discuss programs that can help you or someone you know within or near the Hopkins community, please call or visit our offices, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.



Questions About Education Programs?

Call or stop by!
M-F, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., or by appointment

Employee training and education
410-614-0277 / Osler 7

Project REACH / Community Education Programs
443-997-4585  / Eastern Campus, B220F


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