CBL Advisory Board
What Is the CBL Advisory Board?
Community-based learning (CBL) is a pedagogical model that connects classroom-based work with meaningful community involvement and experiences. The Center for Social Concern convened the Community-Based Learning Advisory Board in November 2012 for the purpose of establishing a concrete framework around CBL course offerings at Johns Hopkins and address the practical and administrative aspects of implementing community-based learning infrustructure.
Like its predecessor, the CBL Working Group, the Community-Based Learning Advisory Board is composed of a number of interested stakeholders, including:
The Center for Social Concern continues to gather input from sources outside of the Abvisory Board as it moves forward with its objectives.
Advisory Board Goals:
Click here to view the 2013-2014 CBL Advisory Board Work Plan, approved on April 10, 2013.
Attend Board meetings 3 times yearly.
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To view the page for the retired CBL Working Group, click here.