Johns Hopkins Tutorial Project: A Different Kind of Afterschool Activity
On selected afternoons at the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus, you might find some students playing hopscotch, studying algebra or geography, or running freely in front of Levering Hall. No, it's not a snow day—it's the Tutorial Project, an afterschool tutoring program that brings Baltimore City elementary school students to campus and pairs them with current Johns Hopkins students. As part of this popular program, which runs under the university's Center for Social Concern, tutors are trained and provide one-on-one help in different subjects.
One of the major themes you'll find at all Johns Hopkins divisions and schools is a commitment to community service. Tutorial Project is just one opportunity that undergraduates have to give back to the Baltimore community.
Read all about the Johns Hopkins Tutorial Project: http://www.jhu.edu/csc/tutorialproject.shtml
This is just one of many community service opportunities on campus; learn more about the university's Center for Social Concern. http://csc.jhu.edu/
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