SOURCE Student Governing Board
Students from each of our three schools (Medicine, Nursing and the Bloomberg School of Public Health) are selected to serve on SOURCE's Governing Board.
Students give vital feedback regarding meetings, activities and events that SOURCE sponsors and co-sponsors. SOURCE's Student Governing Board works to increase the visibility of community engagement and service-learning on the medical campus by encouraging other students to utilize SOURCE and its resources, as well as to spread the word regarding various service-based student groups in East Baltimore.
How to Join SOURCE's Student Governing Board
*SOURCE is currently accepting applications to the SOURCE Student Governing Board from SOM MSIs, JHSPH non-MPH, SON Fall Start Accel and Masters/Doctoral programs only.*
Students submit applications to SOURCE. These applications are reviewed by and voted on by SOURCE's full Governing Board (including deans, faculty, students, and non-profit leaders). Top applicants will be invited to interview with SOURCE Governing Board members. After interviews are conducted, SOURCE's Governing Board will select the new student members of the board. Send an email to SOURCE@jhu.edu by Wednesday, September 10th at 11:59pm with the following information in Word or PDF format with "Student Governing Board" in the subject line.
Roles of SOURCE Student Governing Board Members (in pdf format)
Applications should include the following information:
Local Mailing Address
Expected Date of Graduation
One paragraph about WHY you are interested in serving in this capacity:
One paragraph about YOUR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT background:
One paragraph which highlights your STRENGTHS and ABILITIES for meeting the roles and responsibilities of SOURCE Student Governing Board Members
*If you are a student interested in partnering with SOURCE in another capacity, contact SOURCE at 410-955-3880 or SOURCE@jhu.edu. Other student leadership and committee opportunities are available.
SOURCE's Student Governing Board: 2013-2014
Meet our team of students from the schools of Medicine, Nursing and the Bloomberg School of Public Health who are serving as representatives on SOURCE's Student Governing Board this academic year.