Faculty & Staff
Faculty and staff members play an integral role in the Collegetown Fellowship program. Students are challenged and supported by faculty and staff network throughout their cohort year and beyond. This network is comprised of Baltimore Collegetown Staff, Guest Speakers, Mentors, and Campus Liaisons.
Baltimore Collegetown invites Baltimore-area experts in leadership, social entrepreneurship, and Baltimore history to give 60- to 90-minute guest lectures during the fall semester course and retreats.
Baltimore Collegetown relies on community expertise by asking past-participants to serve as mentors and coaches to the current Fellowship cohort. Mentors donate five hours of their time a month to current fellows by offering advice and feedback on projects, assignments, and next steps.
The Campus Liaison is a staff member from each campus. This role serves as a link between students, Collegetown and LeaderShape. They lead recruitment efforts on their campus, assist students during the application process and support students as the work on their visions. This position allows a staff member the opportunity to see individual student growth and benefit over time and serves as an on-campus connection point for LeaderShape students from all Classes.