September 2013 - IT Employee Appreciation Years of Service
Thank you to everyone for their dedicated years of service with Johns Hopkins Hospital. The department will be honoring those with 5,10,20,30+ years of service with Johns Hopkins.
Johns Hopkins IT Diversity Newsletter
This is the first Newsletter for the IT Diversity Group. In the newsletter you will find little tibits about community outreah programs. Also there will be a spotlight on employess in IT and outside of IT that makes a difference in this world everyday. Also, for people that love to cook we will have a Receipe of the Month.
Please view the attachment for the IT Diversity Newsletter:
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Heart Walk 2013
To the East Baltimore campus
We are well underway in our campaign for the American Heart Association’s Greater Baltimore Heart Walk, being held on Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Camden Yards Sports Complex in Baltimore. As of this past Tuesday, Johns Hopkins has raised $22,363 with a goal of $170,000, and we have 94 team captains with a goal of 275 team captains.
We are grateful to the American Heart Association for the millions of dollars in funding that Johns Hopkins researchers at the Bloomberg School of Public Health and the school of medicine receive each year, and it is fitting that we support an organization that so strongly supports our mission.
If you haven’t done so already, please register for the Heart Walk and encourage each of your associates to join the team as well.
Download the “Heart Walk” app to your smartphone or visit greaterbaltimoreheartwalk.org.
After you register:
· You’ll get a prompt to post to your Facebook or LinkedIn page. Clicking “Yes” is an easy way to gather donations from your social media friends.
· Take a few minutes to send an email (from the “Email” tab in “My HQ”) to everyone you know. The average email request results in $10 for the American Heart Association, so if you send to just 10 friends, you’ll probably achieve the average fundraising goal of $100. And it’s so easy!
· To demonstrate that you fully support the mission of the American Heart Association, make your own personal donation with the “Make a Personal Donation” button in “My HQ.”
This year, it’s even easier for our team captains and walkers to register electronically. If you have any questions about this or anything else pertaining to the Hopkins Heart Walk team, please contact administrative resident Susanne Katz at 410-955-4579 or email@example.com.
If you need additional help or would like to meet with Amy Sauerwalt and our other American Heart Association reps, they will be on-site from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at the Web Café, located outside of Cobblestone Café, across from the Hope Forest lobby. To reach Amy in the meantime, email firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-246-6714.
Be on the look out for the next Learn@Lunch.
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Volunteering @ Our Daily Bread
If you are interested in volunteering for Our Daily Bread, please contact JoAnn Hans at JHANS@jhmi.edu
Volunteering @ The MD Food Bank
If you are interested in volunteering for Maryland Food Bank, please contact Donna Poyer at DPOYER@jhmi.edu