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Guilford Elementary Middle School4520 York Road Baltimore, MD 21212
Partner/ Service Site: Acts4Youth
Population : Youth
Activity: Mentoring
Issue: Education/At-Risk Youth
Service Day: Monday-Thursday
Service time: 3:30 - 5:30 pm
Partnering Professors: June Ellis, Brian Norman, Drew Leder, Bret Davis
description: Acts4Youth conducts comprehensive after school academies that equip at risk boys with foundational character traits and life skills. The program meets every day after school and on some weeknights with boys in grades 6-8 at Guilford School, located minutes from Loyola. Volunteers are needed to be assistant teachers and help with tutoring, coaching and mentoring during sports, service projects, team building, building projects, and other lessons. Certain days have occasional expeditionary (interactive learning) field trips and volunteers are given the option to attend.
The Arc of Baltimore7215 York Rd, Baltimore, MD 21212
Partner/ Service Site: The Arc Baltimore
Population : adults
Activity: advocacy, relationship-building
Issue: developmental disabilities
Partnering Professors: Leary
description: Dedicated to helping people with developmental disabilities make the most of their potential since 1949, The Arc Baltimore's innovative services support more than 5,000 adults and children with developmental disabilities and their families in Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Programs help families provide needed care and opportunity for their children, and individuals are able to live and work in the community. Students build relationships with an individual with developmental disabilities in order to create informed letters advocating funding for services.
http://www.arcofbaltimore.org/
Archbishop Borders School
Partner/ Service Site: Archbishop Borders School
Population : Youth, K-8
Activity: School-Based Classroom Assistant
Issue: Education/At-Risk Youth
Partnering Professors: Rehak; Caesar
description: Archbishop Borders is a dual language, Spanish-immersion Catholic K-8 located in the Patterson Park area. The student population is mainly Latino and African-American. Students assist in classroom or can provide after-school programming
http://www.abbschool.com/
Artesanos Don Bosco828 S. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21230
Partner/ Service Site: Artesanos Don Bosco
Population : Adults
Activity: Collection Drive, program assistance
Issue: international poverty
Partnering Professors: Ward
description: Artesanos Don Bosco is a handmade furniture store located in Mt. Vernon. The furniture sold here is imported from Peru, where the Don Bosco trade school educates young artisans; all profits go to the artisans and charity projects in the Andes.
http://www.artesanosdo
Mission Helpers Center1001 W Joppa Rd, Towson, MD 21286
Partner/ Service Site: Asylee Women's Enterprises
Population : women, refugees
Activity: Relationship-Building/Program Assistance
Issue: Immigration issues
Partnering Professors: Mathews-McGinnis
Baltimore Lab School2220 St Paul St Baltimore, MD 21218
Partner/ Service Site: Baltimore Lab School
Population : Youth
Activity: School-Based Classroom Assistant
Issue: special education
Partnering Professors: Elana Rock/Mark McDonald
description: Founded by visionary educator, Sally L. Smith in 2000, Baltimore Lab School educates bright, motivated children with learning disabilities like dyslexia, ADHD, and more. Through our innovative, arts-based curriculum, our students go on to succeed in college and careers.
http://www.baltimorelabschool.org/
Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School
Partner/ Service Site: Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School
Population : Youth, K-8
Activity: School-Based Classroom Assistant
Issue: education
Partnering Professors: Peter Murrell
various sites
Partner/ Service Site: Baltimore Reads
Population : Adults
Activity: Relationship-Building/Program Assistance, tutoring
Issue: Adult Education/GED prep
Partnering Professors: Leary, Cook
description: Baltimore Reads is a literacy and GED program operating at various sites across the city. Students have created a promotional video, worked with BRI students on writing mutual biographies, created a writing magazine, and built a community garden.
Barclay Elementary/Middle School
Partner/ Service Site: Barclay Elementary/Middle School
Population : Youth, K-8
Activity: marketing
Issue: education, communications
Partnering Professors: Rick Klink
description: Barclay Elementary/Middle is a Baltimore City Public School. Students in fall 2012 worked on several marketing projects for the school, such as web site and parent newsletters.
Dallas Nicholas Elementary School
Partner/ Service Site: Barclay Youth Safe Haven
Population : Youth, K-5
Activity: Relationship-Building/Program Assistance, tutoring
Issue: Education/At-Risk Youth
Partnering Professors: Reinhardt
description: Barclay Youth Safe Haven (BYSH) is a community-based mentoring and after-school program for children living in the Barclay neighborhood of north central Baltimore. BYSH provides academic support, intensive mentoring, and extracurricular activities for students in grades K through 5 who are in need of a safe and supportive environment after the school day ends. The program works with the surrounding community to address the needs of both the young people in the program and the community as a whole.
various sites
Partner/ Service Site: Blue Water Baltimore
Population : communities
Activity: awareness, education, program assistance
Issue: environment
Partnering Professors: Mavis Biss, Drew Leder
description: Blue Water Baltimore uses community based restoration, education, and advocacy to achieve clean water in Baltimore’s rivers, streams, and harbor, so that citizens of the Baltimore region will enjoy a vibrant natural environment, livable neighborhoods, and a healthy, thriving Inner Harbor and Chesapeake Bay.  BWB works towards a future when our neighborhood streams are safe for fishing and swimming and our clean harbor is the pride of our city. Students assist in the nursery or participate in weekend tree-plantings and stream clean-ups.
CASA de Maryland2224 E Fayette St., Baltimore, MD
Partner/ Service Site: CASA of Maryland
Population : Adults
Activity: Tutoring
Issue: Immigration
Service Day: Monday - Friday
Service time: Times are flexible
description: Each young person in the program is matched to an adult volunteer, and they agree to meet for at least two hours per week.
Cristo Rey Jesuit Prep
Partner/ Service Site: Cristo Rey
Population : Youth, 9-12
Activity: tutoring, workshop development
Issue: education
Partnering Professors: Paul Tallon
Cromwell Elementary Magnet School
Partner/ Service Site: Cromwell Elem. Magnet
Population : Youth, K-5
Activity: School-Based Classroom Assistant
Issue: special education
Partnering Professors: Elana Rock/Mark McDonald
Loyola University Maryland4501 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21210
Partner/ Service Site: Don Miller House and AIRS Program
Population : Adults
Activity: Relationship-Building/Program Assistance
Issue: Health
Service Day: Monday - Friday
Service time: 4-6 pm or 6-8 pm
Partnering Professors: Claire Mathews-McGinnis, Drew Leder, Bret Davis
description: The principal goal of AIDS Interfaith Residential Services (AIRS) is the development and provision of services for persons with AIDS and advocacy for a comprehensive community system of care. A broad spectrum of residential and case management services such as housing, personal care, advocacy, money management, planning and counseling are offered to meet the needs of the individual. Volunteer opportunities include transportation, visitation, maintenance (in home/outdoor), food preparations, special events and fundraising.
John Rurah Elementary School
Partner/ Service Site: EBLO
Population : Youth, K-8
Activity: tutoring, recreation
Issue: Education/At-Risk Youth
Partnering Professors: Marie Murphy/Jose Alfredo Contreras
description: EBLO offers two tutorial programs for which it needs volunteers to work with Hispanic youth. Volunteers seek to improve the lives of Hispanic youth and their families by providing educational opportunities and cultural programs. La Escuela Sabatina (Saturday School) is held Saturdays at EBLO's headquarters located in the Fells Point area.  The Mi Segunda Casa (My Second Home) program is an after-school mentoring program.  All programs target ESOL and Hispanic/Latino students in grades K-8.  A desire to help students learn and improve their academic skills is a must; speaking Spanish is helpful but not required.
Collington Square Elementary1409 N. Collington Ave., Baltimore, MD 21213
Partner/ Service Site: Episcopal Community Services (The Club at Collington Square)
Population : Youth, K-5
Activity: tutoring, recreation
Issue: Education/At-Risk Youth
Partnering Professors: Maiju Gardner
description: The Club at Collington Square is an elementary after-school program for children grades K-4 operated at the local elementary school by Episcopal Community Services. Students assist with snacks, science, art, physical education, and homework.
Esperanza Center430 S. Broadway St., Baltimore, MD 21231
Partner/ Service Site: Esperanza Center
Population : Adults
Activity: Tutoring, program assistance
Issue: Immigration, health, legal
Service Day: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Service time: 10:00AM-12:30 PM
Partnering Professors: Marie Murphy, Nina Guise-Gerrity, John Kiess
description: Esperanza Center offers ESL volunteer opportunities to tutor students in Basic English, working one on one or in small groups. Spanish is not required but helpful.
Franciscan Center101 W 23rd St, Baltimore, MD 21218
Partner/ Service Site: Franciscan Center
Population : Adults
Activity: food/meal service, Relationship-Building/Program Assistance, tutoring
Issue: hunger & homelessness
Partnering Professors: Maiju Gardner
Partner/ Service Site: Gallagher Center
Population : Adults
Activity: Relationship-Building/Program Assistance
Issue: developmental disabilities
Partnering Professors: Lisa Schoenbrodt
Gateway SchoolHarry & Jeanette Weinberg Building, 5900 Metro Drive, Baltimore, MD 21215
Partner/ Service Site: Gateway School
Population : Youth, age 3-12
Activity: School-Based Classroom Assistant
Issue: special education
Partnering Professors: Elana Rock/Mark McDonald
Govans Elementary School5801 York Road Baltimore, MD 21212
Partner/ Service Site: Govans Elementary School
Population : Youth
Activity: School-Based Classroom Assistant
Issue: Education/At-Risk Youth
Service Day: Mondays-Fridays
Service time: 8:30am- 2:30pm
Partnering Professors: Catriona Hanley, Barbara Vann
description: Govans Elementary School is a Baltimore City Public School for students in grades K-5. The young children who attend Govans elementary live in the Govans neighborhood, adjacent to Loyola’s campus along nearby York Road. Service learners and other Loyola volunteers serve as teachers’ assistants in the classrooms for kindergarten through grade 5, assisting teachers with lessons or working one-on-one with children. Some special assistance may also be needed in the library, art and music rooms. Students serving at Govans will be assigned a teacher in a classroom where he or she will report each week at the same time.
Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center6700 Freetown Rd., Columbia, MD 21044
Partner/ Service Site: Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center
Population : Families (Adults or Adults with Children)
Activity: Relationship-Building/Program Assistance
Issue: homelessness, domestic violence
Partnering Professors: Snodgrass
description: Grassroots is a multi-service crisis intervention center providing 24-hour crisis intervention services, emergency and transitional shelter, and community education.
MLK Elementary School3750 Greenspring Ave, Baltimore, MD 21211
Partner/ Service Site: Growing Minds
Population : Youth
Activity: Tutoring
Issue: Youth, Education, Tutoring
Service Day: Monday - Thursday
Service time: 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Partnering Professors: June Ellis
description: Growing Minds is an after school program serving students ranging from 4th - 8th grade. Its principal focus is to provide resources to help individuals become self-sufficient, realize their potential, and achieve their life goals.  Volunteers are needed for homework assistance, tutoring in math and reading, helping develop life and social skills, and building knowledge in computer science and creative arts.
Guilford Elementary/Middle School4520 York Rd., Baltimore, MD 21212
Partner/ Service Site: Guilford Elementary/Middle School
Population : Youth, K-8
Activity: Tutoring
Issue: Education/At-Risk Youth
Partnering Professors: Castellan, Reinhardt
description: Guilford Elementary/Middle is a Baltimore City Public School which is funded to be a community school. Students have taught the math club and have worked on several marketing projects for the school.
various sites
Partner/ Service Site: Habitat of the Chesapeake
Population : Families (Adults or Adults with Children)
Activity: program support, building/construction, research
Issue: housing
Partnering Professors: Gardner
description: Putting faith into action, Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake brings people together to build decent, affordable homes that change lives, empower families and strengthen communities. Since 1982, this non-profit organization, with the help of citizens that volunteer, has completed more than 295 homes and has housed more than 900 family members, half of whom are children. Service-learners have built houses and have also completed a community corner store assessment.
http://habitatchesapeake.org/
various
Partner/ Service Site: Habitat ReStore
Population : Adults
Activity: Relationship-Building/Program Assistance
Issue: material/urban poverty
Partnering Professors: Sherman
description: The ReStore is a discount home improvement center that sells donated building materials to the general public. 100% of the profits support Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake. Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake operates three retail stores located in Baltimore City,  Anne Arundel County, and Halethorpe. Students assist in the store as needed.
http://habitatchesapeake.org/restore/
various sites, Sandtown neighborhood, Baltimore
Partner/ Service Site: Habitat for Humanity Sandtown
Population : Families (Adults or Adults with Children)
Activity: Building/Construction
Issue: housing
Partnering Professors: Kiess
description: Sandtown Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit Christian housing organization in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood of West Baltimore. Sandtown Habitat houses are built in partnership with the homeowners using mostly volunteer labor and private funding, selling the completed homes at cost to low-income families. Our first 300 homes have been completed using this model. Students build houses alongside new owners.
http://www.sandtownhabitat.org/welcome.htm
Helping Other People Through Empowerment (HOPE)
Partner/ Service Site: Helping Other People Through Empowerment (HOPE)
Population : Adults
Activity: Relationship-Building/Program Assistance
Issue: mental health
Partnering Professors: Kotchick
description: Helping Other People Through Empowerment Inc. is a participant-run Wellness and Recovery Center for adults and families who have been diagnosed with a mental illness. The center was established to provide a safe place for those who have been denied or refuse to participate in mainstream services due to their disabilities. The center provides clients--many of whom are homeless--with planned activities such as discussions, movies, and speakers, as well as a place to stay, do laundry, make calls, receive mail, use a computer, take showers, and rest. Students spend time with men, women, and families who drop in, and may also play games, share stories, or provide other support as needed.
http://www.hopebaltimore.org/
Howard County Office of the Public Defender
Partner/ Service Site: Howard County Office of the Public Defender
Population : Adults
Activity: program assistance
Issue: justice
Partnering Professors: Maynard
Jessup Correctional Institute
Partner/ Service Site: Jessup Correctional Institute
Population : Adults, Youth
Activity: Relationship-building/program assistance, education
Issue: prison issues, justice
Partnering Professors: Lobo
JHR Carrington House
Partner/ Service Site: JHR Carrington House
Population : Adults
Activity: Relationship-building/program assistance, education
Issue: hunger & homelessness, addictions
Partnering Professors: Kennedy
Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital
Partner/ Service Site: Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital
Population : senior citizens
Activity: Relationship-Building, therapeutic conversation
Issue: health, senior citizen, faith
Partnering Professors: Vogelman
Loyola Clinical Centers
Partner/ Service Site: Loyola Clinical Centers
Population : adults
Activity: Relationship-Building, therapeutic conversation
Issue: health
Partnering Professors: Lura Vogelman
Margaret Brent Elementary
Partner/ Service Site: Margaret Brent Elementary
Population : Sharicca Boldon
Activity: marketing
Issue: education, communications
Partnering Professors: Rick Klink
description: Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle is a Baltimore City Public School. Students in fall 2012 worked on several marketing projects for the school, such as web site and parent newsletters.
Maryland Food Bank
Partner/ Service Site: Maryland Food Bank
Population : Adults
Activity: Food/Meal Service
Issue: hunger & homelessness
Partnering Professors: Sherman
Loyola University Maryland
Partner/ Service Site: The Maryland Human Anti-Trafficking Task Force
Population : adults
Activity: advocacy
Issue: justice, human trafficking
Partnering Professors: Smedley
Homework Companions2215 Greenmount Ave Baltimore, MD 21218
Partner/ Service Site: Mother Seton Academy
Population : Youth
Activity: Tutoring
Issue: Education/At-Risk Youth
Service Day: Monday-Wednesday
Service time: 3:40pm - 4:50pm
Partnering Professors: Cook
description: Mother Seton Academy is an innovative, tuition free, Catholic middle school for culturally diverse boys and girls of Baltimore who are economically poor. Extended day, small classes, personal attention, variety of teaching strategies and field trips are the backbone of the curriculum. To strengthen the program, volunteers are needed as homework companions, who offer one-on-one assistance with homework. Mentors who act as big brothers/sisters are needed for a non-academic mentoring program.
My Sister's Place Lodge
Partner/ Service Site: My Sister's Place Lodge
Population : Women, Children
Activity: Relationship-Building
Issue: hunger & homelessness, addictions
Partnering Professors: Kotchick
My Sister's Place Women's Center
Partner/ Service Site: My Sister's Place Women's Center
Population : Women, Children
Activity: Food/Meal Service
Issue: hunger & homelessness
Partnering Professors: Kim Sherman
National Alliance for Mental Illness
Partner/ Service Site: National Alliance for Mental Illness
Population : Adults
Activity: advocacy
Issue: mental health
Partnering Professors: Kotchick
National Academy Foundation High School
Partner/ Service Site: National Academy Foundation
Population : Youth, 9-12
Activity: tutoring, workshop development
Issue: education
Partnering Professors: Paul Tallon
Oak Crest Village
Partner/ Service Site: Oak Crest Village
Population : senior citizens
Activity: Relationship-Building
Issue: senior citizens
Partnering Professors: LoPresto
Our Daily Bread Employment Center725 The Fallsway Baltimore, MD 21202
Partner/ Service Site: Our Daily Bread
Population : Families (Adults or Adults with Children)
Activity: Food/Meal Service
Issue: Hunger & Homelessness
Service Day: Saturday
Service time: 9:00 am - 1:30 pm
Partnering Professors: Sherman
description: Guests of Our Daily Bread Employment Center can obtain a warm meal and tap into other resources offered at the Center, such as literacy/general education diploma training, job placement support, and substance abuse recovery assistance. The organization's mission is to improve the lives of people in material need by connecting them to resources, providing daily meals and supporting efforts towards stable employment and housing.
various sites, including Parks and People office
Partner/ Service Site: Parks and People
Population : Families (Adults or Adults with Children), communities
Activity: awareness, education, program assistance
Issue: environment
Partnering Professors: Mavis Biss, Drew Leder
Patterson Park Public Charter School
Partner/ Service Site: Patterson Park Public Charter School
Population : Youth, Pre-K-8
Activity: marketing
Issue: education, communications
Partnering Professors: Rick Klink
description: Patterson Park Public Charter School is a Baltimore City Public Charter School, meaning that it receives city funding but has administratvie autonomy. Students in fall 2012 worked on several marketing projects for the school, such as web site and parent newsletters.
Perry Hall Middle and Elem.
Partner/ Service Site: Perry Hall Middle and Elem.
Population : Youth, K-8
Activity: School-Based Classroom Assistant
Issue: education
Partnering Professors: Elana Rock/Mark McDonald
Public Justice Center
Partner/ Service Site: Public Justice Center/CLIA partnership
Population : Adults
Activity: advocacy
Issue: juvenile justice, justice system issues, prison issues
Partnering Professors: Lobo
Real Food Farm2701 St Lo Dr, Baltimore, MD 21213
Partner/ Service Site: Real Food Farm
Population : communities
Activity: program assistance
Issue: health, hunger, education
Partnering Professors: Mavis Biss, Drew Leder
Northeast Middle School5001 Moravia Rd. Baltimore, MD 21206
Partner/ Service Site: Refugee Youth Project
Population : Youth
Activity: Tutoring
Issue: Immigration
Service Day: Monday-Thursday
Service time: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Partnering Professors: Snodgrass, Leder, Davis, Rehak, Ellis, Kiess
description: The Refugee Youth Project is an after-school and summer school program run by Baltimore City Community College in conjunction with local refugee resettlement agencies. RYP serves over 200 refugees between the ages of 4 and 21. Two hours a day, 4 days a week, refugees receive academic tutoring and acculturation support from trained volunteer tutors. Volunteers do not need any previous tutoring experience to work with RYP, just enthusiasm and a willingness to learn about refugee-related issues, teaching ESL, and behavior management.
Moravia Elementary6201 Frankford Ave. Baltimore, MD 21206
Partner/ Service Site: Refugee Youth Project
Population : Youth
Activity: Tutoring
Issue: Immigration
Service Day: Monday-Thursday
Service time: 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Partnering Professors: Snodgrass, Leder, Davis, Rehak, Ellis, Kiess
description: The Refugee Youth Project is an after-school and summer school program run by Baltimore City Community College in conjunction with local refugee resettlement agencies. RYP serves over 200 refugees between the ages of 4 and 21. Two hours a day, 4 days a week, refugees receive academic tutoring and acculturation support from trained volunteer tutors. Volunteers do not need any previous tutoring experience to work with RYP, just enthusiasm and a willingness to learn about refugee-related issues, teaching ESL, and behavior management.
Patterson High School100 Kane St. Baltimore, MD 21224
Partner/ Service Site: Refugee Youth Project
Population : Youth
Activity: Tutoring
Issue: Immigration
Service Day: Wednesday, Thursday
Service time: 3:00 - 5:15 pm
Partnering Professors: Snodgrass, Leder, Davis, Rehak, Ellis, Kiess
description: The Refugee Youth Project is an after-school and summer school program run by Baltimore City Community College in conjunction with local refugee resettlement agencies. RYP serves over 200 refugees between the ages of 4 and 21. Two hours a day, 4 days a week, refugees receive academic tutoring and acculturation support from trained volunteer tutors. Volunteers do not need any previous tutoring experience to work with RYP, just enthusiasm and a willingness to learn about refugee-related issues, teaching ESL, and behavior management.
Breath of God Lutheran Church141 S. Clinton Street Baltimore, MD 21224
Partner/ Service Site: Refugee Youth Project - Soccer Without Borders
Population : Youth
Activity: Recreation and Sports
Issue: Immigration
Service Day: Wednesday
Service time: 5:15 - 6:30 pm
Partnering Professors: Snodgrass, Leder, Davis, Rehak, Ellis, Kiess
description: The Refugee Youth Project is an after-school and summer school program run by Baltimore City Community College in conjunction with local refugee resettlement agencies. RYP serves over 200 refugees between the ages of 4 and 21. Two hours a day, 4 days a week, refugees receive academic tutoring and acculturation support from trained volunteer tutors. Volunteers do not need any previous tutoring experience to work with RYP, just enthusiasm and a willingness to learn about refugee-related issues, teaching ESL, and behavior management.
Goodnow Community Center5311 Goodnow Rd. Baltimore, MD 21206
Partner/ Service Site: Refugee Youth Project - Soccer Without Borders
Population : Youth
Activity: Recreation and Sports
Issue: Immigration
Service Day: Saturday
Service time: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Partnering Professors: Snodgrass, Leder, Davis, Rehak, Ellis, Kiess
description: The Refugee Youth Project (RYP) is an after-school and summer school program run by Baltimore City Community College in conjunction with local refugee resettlement agencies. RYP serves over 200 refugees between the ages of 4 and 21. Soccer Without Borders allows RYP participants that may be traditionally excluded from sports-based and extracurricular activities to have that opportunity. Volunteers have the opportunity to serve as academic coaches by providing homework assistance and guidance during ESL activities. Programming runs weekly, with opportunities to serve on weeknights or Saturday mornings for two hours a day.
Whitelock Community Farm
Partner/ Service Site: Reservoir Hill Improvement Council
Population : Families (Adults or Adults with Children)
Activity: agriculture
Issue: community development, health, environment
Partnering Professors: Maiju Gardner
John Eager Howard Recreation Center
Partner/ Service Site: Reservoir Hill Improvement Council
Population : Youth
Activity: programmatic support, education
Issue: community development, health, youth
Partnering Professors: Maiju Gardner
Loyola-based
Partner/ Service Site: Richnor Springs Neighborhood Association
Population : Families (Adults or Adults with Children)
Activity: grantwriting, technical support
Issue: community development
Partnering Professors: Allen Brizee
description: Richnor Springs Neighborhood Association is the community organization for the Richnor Springs neighborhood, located on the York Road corridor north of Cold Spring Lane and east of York. Students working with RSNA have written grants supporting the organization's work.
http://www.richnorsprings.org/Association.html
Ridgely Middle School121 E Ridgely Rd Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093
Partner/ Service Site: Ridgely Middle School
Population : youth, 6-8
Activity: School-Based Classroom Assistant
Issue: special education
Partnering Professors: Elana Rock/Mark McDonald
St. Elizabeth School801 Argonne Dr Baltimore, MD 21218
Partner/ Service Site: St. Elizabeth School
Population : Youth, ages 6-21
Activity: School-Based Classroom Assistant
Issue: special education
Partnering Professors: Elana Rock/Mark McDonald
St. Ignatius Academy740 North Calvert St., Baltimore MD 21202
Partner/ Service Site: St. Ignatius Loyola Academy
Population : Youth
Activity: Tutoring
Issue: Youth, Education, Tutoring
Service Day: Monday or Wednesday
Service time: 3:00 - 5:30 pm
description: St. Ignatius Loyola Academy is a unique middle school for Baltimore boys from families with low to modest incomes. The Academy, rooted in the educational tradition of St. Ignatius Loyola, seeks to foster spiritual, academic, social and cultural development in its students. Volunteers are needed to assist and tutor students in one-on-one settings in the afternoon homework club. Additionally, interested students can volunteer as athletic coaches
http://www.saintignatius.org/default.aspx
Loyola Writing Center
Partner/ Service Site: St. Paul Bridges program
Population : youth
Activity: tutoring
Issue: education
Partnering Professors: Lisa Zimmerelli, Terre Ryan
St. Vincent's Villa
Partner/ Service Site: St. Vincent's Villa
Population : Youth
Activity: Relationship-Building/Program Assistance
Issue: mental health, education
Partnering Professors: Kotchick
Northwest DC Office (2 other locations also exist)1516 Hamilton Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20011
Partner/ Service Site: Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington
Population : Families (Adults or Adults with Children)
Activity: Relationship-Building/Program Assistance
Issue: homelessness& hunger
Partnering Professors: Maynard
The Samaritan Women
Partner/ Service Site: The Samaritan Women
Population : women, families
Activity: marketing, program assistance
Issue: justice, human trafficking
Partnering Professors: Tania Rosas-Moreno/Karen Smedley
Symphony Manor
Partner/ Service Site: Symphony Manor
Population : senior citizens
Activity: Relationship-Building, conversation
Issue: health, senior citizens
Partnering Professors: Vogelman
Loyola University Maryland
Partner/ Service Site: There Goes My Hero
Population : adults
Activity: advocacy, awareness/education
Issue: health
Partnering Professors: McLoughlin
Tunbridge Public Charter School
Partner/ Service Site: Tunbridge Public Charter School
Population : Youth, K-8
Activity: school-based classroom assistant
Issue: Education
Partnering Professors: Guise-Gerrity
description: Tunbridge Public Charter School is a Baltimore City Public Charter School, meaning that it receives city funding but has administratvie autonomy. Baltimore students are selected to attend by lottery. Service-learners work as classroom-based assistants.
http://www.afyabaltimore.org/turn_index.html
TurnAround, Inc.
Partner/ Service Site: TurnAround, Inc.
Population : women, adults
Activity: advocacy, awareness/education
Issue: justice, human trafficking
Partnering Professors: Tania Rosas-Moreno/Karen Smedley
description: TurnAround's mission is to build a community free of violence by working with adults and children affected by intimate partner and sexual violence, including related to human trafficking, to address their needs and prevent further violence through advocacy and education. Students worked with TurnAround on a communications/PR project.
http://www.turnaroundinc.org/
Pimlico Elementary/Middle School4849 Pimlico Road, Baltimore, MD 21215
Partner/ Service Site: U. S. Dream Academy
Population : youth
Activity: tutoring, recreation, program assistance
Issue: Education/At-Risk Youth
Partnering Professors: Lena Caesar
description: The U.S. Dream Academy, through academic, social, and values enrichment, we empower those children most at risk of incarceration to believe in themselves and to succeed. Through innovative afterschool and mentoring programs, currently operating in 10 cities nationwide, we are transforming children into dreamers who envision and realize their potential. Our research-based programs challenge more than 1,000 young people and engage them in active learning through one-on-one mentoring, strong academics, and technology-driven activities and curricula. Service-learners support program activities and may work with students with specific speech/language learning needs.
http://www.usdreamacademy.org/about
Viva House26 S. Mount Street. Baltimore, MD 21223
Partner/ Service Site: Viva House Meal Program
Population : Adults, Families
Activity: Food/Meal Service
Issue: Hunger & Homelessness
Service Day: Wednesday, Thursday
Service time: 12:30 pm - 3 pm
Partnering Professors: John Kiess
description: The work of VIVA House includes a meal program and a food pantry that serves meals to approximately 200-400 people who live in the surrounding neighborhood. Volunteers are asked to help prepare, serve and clean up the meals and are welcomed on a weekly, biweekly or monthly basis. Viva House is a special partner that works with just a few committed Loyola volunteers at its meal program. Viva House interviews would-be volunteers to select candidates who best fit its mission.
Waverly Elementary/Middle School3400 Ellerslie Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21218
Partner/ Service Site: Waverly Elementary/Middle School
Population : Youth, K-8
Activity: marketing
Issue: education, communications
Partnering Professors: Rick Klink
description: Waverly Elementary/Middle is a Baltimore City Public School. Students in fall 2012 worked on several marketing projects for the school, such as web site and parent newsletters.
https://www.baltimorecityschools.org/Domain/865
Loyola University Maryland
Partner/ Service Site: York Road Initiative
Population : Families (Adults or Adults with Children)
Activity: awareness/education, program assistance
Issue: community development, health, hunger
Partnering Professors: Gardner
description: The York Road Initiative aims to improve the quality of life for all persons living, working, and learning in the York Road corridor as a principal community engagement initiative of Loyola University Maryland's 2008-13 Strategic Plan. Partnering with neighbors and others, we focus on the educational development, health, and well-being of community residents, as well as upon the economic capability of our neighborhoods, including its residential and retail establishments. Students in one project were paired with Baltimore community members in a shared biography-writing project.
http://www.loyola.edu/yri
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