Fight the Flu -- The JHHS Office of Community Health is offering free flu shots to anyone in the East Baltimore community throughout October and November. For information on times and locations call the Office of Community Health at 410-502-6524.
Nurses Needed to Give Shots -- The JHHS Office of Community Health is looking for nurses to volunteer for one to three hours to administer flu vaccine at various scheduled sites throughout the East Baltimore community. The campaign will run during the months of October and November. To volunteer, call Veronica Best at 410-955-9420 by Friday, Oct. 5.
DOT Compliance Training -- As required by U.S. code (49 CFR 171-177), the Johns Hopkins University's Department of Health, Safety and Environment will provide training for persons whose responsibilities include the handling, packaging, shipping and receiving of hazardous materials. The training session is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 8, from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Arellano Theater in Levering Hall on the Homewood campus.
Those who must attend are Homewood and Peabody employees who, during the course of employment, load, unload or handle hazardous material for transport; test, recondition, repair, modify or mark drums or packaging used in transporting hazardous material; prepare, are responsible for the safety of transporting, or operate a vehicle used to transport hazardous materials. The training will provide an overview of regulations, that help handlers recognize and identify hazardous materials; determine proper methods of shipment; provide proper shipping names and DOT shipping descriptions; and gain knowledge of emergency response information, self-protection measures and accident prevention methods and procedures.
To register, send name, department address, phone number, e-mail address and a description of your responsibilities to Perry Cooper, 103 Macaulay Hall, 410-516-4314, 410-516-8798 (fax) or email@example.com.
Student Funding Programs -- Two grants are available to Johns Hopkins University students through the Alumni Association.
The Community Service Grant was established to support valuable volunteer experiences for Hopkins students and foster positive relationships between the university and the surrounding communities. The grant supports students who create their own community service projects or design their own ventures within existing volunteeer organizations. Many past projects have focused on community outreach and education programs.
The Student Services Grant promotes the student experience at Hopkins by providing funding to student groups or programs and by supporting campus events and activities.
Both grants are open to undergraduate and graduate students from all divisions of the university. Applications are available at divisional alumni relations offices; Steinwald Alumni House, 3211 N. Charles St.; or online at alumni.jhu.edu/alumni/associations/funding/index.html.
Applications for spring 2002 funding are due Dec. 1. For more information or applications call the Alumni Relations Office at 410-516-0363 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.