As the largest private anchor institution in Baltimore, Johns Hopkins seeks to create economic opportunities that are inclusive of diverse people and create wealth for individuals and communities.
Overview – What We Do
Government, Community and Economic Partnerships (GCE) works with Johns Hopkins faculty, staff, and students, community leaders and organizations, and government officials at all levels to advance the mission of Johns Hopkins and carry out the priorities of the department.Learn More
Advocacy and Lobbying
The Johns Hopkins University (JHU) and Johns Hopkins Health System (JHHS) are committed to the free and open expression of ideas. The university encourages members of the JHU community — students, faculty, and staff — to be engaged civically and to participate in the electoral process at all levels: local, state, and federal. The state and local teams represent Baltimore City, D.C., and the states of MD, FL and VA where Johns Hopkins has major operations.Learn More
The community engagement team advises and supports Johns Hopkins in Baltimore City and Southeast Baltimore County representing the Homewood, East Baltimore, and Bayview Medical Center campuses. Staff members serve as the primary liaisons between Johns Hopkins and community stakeholders by providing mutually beneficial programs and resources.Learn More
GCE works collaboratively with partners across Johns Hopkins University and Medicine to discover, analyze and present comprehensive information to strengthen Johns Hopkins' public position and ensure government compliance, reduce institutional risk and align priorities and messages system-wide.Learn More
Over 40,000 doses were coordinated with the help of GCA staff and administered by Johns Hopkins Hospital staff throughout the City in fiscal year 2022.
Volunteers around the City including many from Johns Hopkins University and Medicine assisted in the neighborhood clean up event
This event will highlight the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University’s Tuned-In and Baltimore-Washington Musical Pathways (BWMP) programs.
This event highlights the unique partnership between the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and the State or Maryland.
This next installment of the Government and Community Affairs’ Showcase Series will highlight two Initiatives of the Johns Hopkins Health System Opioid Stewardship Clinical Community: The Overdose Response Program and National Drug Takeback Day.
This next installment of the Government and Community Affairs’ Showcase Series will highlight the Johns Hopkins University Disability Health Research Center.
Please join us to learn about Johns Hopkins Center for Health Equity, focusing on how the Center has promoted equity in health and health care in Maryland.
Please join us to learn about how Maryland’s Cigarette Restitution Fund helps address health disparities by funding critically important research on cancer screening.
The P-TECH program at Dunbar is designed to create clear pathways to both higher education and employment.
The Summer Jobs Program provides Baltimore City students the opportunity to complete a paid internship in one of various departments throughout the University or Health System.
Health Education and Training (HEAT) Corps is a virtual program for K-12 students designed to teach them about various science-related topics in the hopes of increasing their health literacy skills and ability to make informed decisions regarding their health.
The Johns Hopkins Office of Government, Community, and Economic Partnerships host annual Expungement Clinics twice a year in the spring and fall.
Our Vernon Rice Holiday Memorial Turkey Program is named for Vernon Rice, a former JHU employee who launched his own unofficial charity effort in 1976. Vernon, a maintenance mechanic for the Homewood campus vehicle fleet, wanted to bring help to people in need in our community.
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses (10KSB) is a program for small businesses that links learning to action.
The JHU Innovation Fund for Community Safety is a four-year, $6 million commitment to support innovative, community-led programs designed to curb violence.
The Johns Hopkins Neighborhood Fund was created in 2007 to support nonprofit organizations that both serve the communities in close proximity to Hopkins campuses and are associated with Johns Hopkins through employee or institutional involvement.