Looking for opportunities to pursue your passions or dive deeper into a subject area? A wide variety of enrichment programs are a click away for learners of all ages. Stimulating speaker series, performances, arts education, community wellness, short courses, and more are offered for free or low cost at Johns Hopkins University.
Enrich and accelerate learning for academically advanced students in the areas where they show the strongest abilities. The Center for Talented Youth (CTY) offers online programs for gifted students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. Admission to CTY required; programs and fees vary.
Join the ““SNF Agora Conversations: The Politics and Policy of COVID-19” series for conversations with economists about balancing the trade-offs on health vs. the economy, several short- and long-term solutions, and what lasting changes to the global economy we might expect to see.
Explore on-line courses in public health, mathematics, science, and more led by world class professors through Johns Hopkins University’s Coursera offerings. Start learning something new today! (Some courses carry a fee.)
The series will build virtual intellectual and social bridges to fill gaps left during this time of physical social distancing, and excite faculty, students, and staff to bring new ideas back to campus with them when our campuses re-open.
Make the most of the arts for well-being and discover weekly easy-to-do arts activities and simple explanations about the science behind them with IAM Lab’s NeuroArts Field Guide. Give back, ease stress, and stay fit with theater, painting, poetry, writing, art making, and more.
Learn for the sake of learning through non-credit programs at Johns Hopkins University. A wide selection of courses, workshops, and lectures are available on-line. Fees vary.
Discover open course materials and images from the Bloomberg School of Public Health and collaborate and share with others across disciplines and around the world.
Take an arts break and support Peabody artists through Peabody ArtReach with performances, learning opportunities, moments of wellness, and additional resources.
Learn ways to avoid injury and maintain peak performance health through the Peabody Institute’s Playing Well program for instrumental musicians.
Enjoy free world-class chamber music and recitals on-line through the Shriver Hall Concert Series with an extraordinary group of renowned musicians.