The SABES program provides opportunities for individuals to volunteer in support of our outreach effort.
JHU Faculty can volunteer to help produce materials for the SABES STEM Academy professional development. This course reinforces the science content knowledge of elementary teachers. Faculty produce short videos that teachers watch before attending a lesson facilitated by a Master Teacher.
STEM professionals, retirees, faculty, staff, post docs, graduate and undergraduate students can volunteer with SABES as afterschool mentors who assist students with their afterschool projects and expose students to potential STEM pathways. SABES accepts volunteers from Johns Hopkins, as well as the local Baltimore community.
Additional opportunities to volunteer occur periodically, particularly to help support our STEM Recognition Events that occur in the spring and fall or the afterschool projects.
To volunteer as an afterschool mentor, sign up here! To serve in any of the other capacities, please contact the Program Manager at SABES@jhu.edu or 410.516.0493 with your contact information, availability and STEM expertise.