Hire Hopkins | September 2022

A Message From Our Directors

Dear reader,

It’s a great time of year at Hopkins; the students have all returned, eager to dive in to nine months of learning. And in the midst of all this excitement, we’re in the thick of hiring activity between Future Fest, Hop to the PHuture, and The DEI Collective.

We are working hard to match our hiring partners with our talent, making sure every employer has a chance to connect with a student and make a hire they are excited about.

Last year, companies from the DEI Collective made 122 internship offers to our students and 70% of those qualified as an underrepresented hire and with more employers participating, we’re eager to see even more students hired this year!

While internship season is 9 months away, now is the time to get involved for two reasons:

  • Larger companies are scooping up talent right now, so to be competitive, we urge you to get involved. We can help you get your internship program launched by holding you accountable to deadlines in the DEI Collective and gather candidates for you.
  • Hiring interns is a long-term play; while it’s hard to make the time for it, it doesn’t have to be so complicated and we’ll show you how. Invest in your team now and receive the benefits of it in the future when your interns convert to full-time hires!

If you’re ready to apply to get access to our students, great! Here’s the application. If you’d like to learn more, visit our website. But don’t wait too long! The deadline to apply is Monday, September 26th at 11:55pm ET.

Warmly,

Alia Poonawala

Executive Director @ Hire Hopkins

Connect with me on LinkedIn | hirehopkins@jhu.edu

Emma O’Rourke Powell

Associate Director @ Hire Hopkins

Connected with me on LinkedIn | hirehopkins@jhu.edu

Launching the DEI Collective 3.0

Looking to hire diverse interns for your company? Join us for our national award-winning diversity internship recruiting program, now in its 3rd year.

Last year, our hiring partners made 122 internship offers, with 70% of those qualifying as a DEI* hire.

Get matched with students from diverse backgrounds who are looking for internships at companies like yours, and recruit for your summer 2023 internship cycle.

We only accept 50 companies a year and we’d love to have you. You can apply for free here.

Not ready to apply? Learn more about the DEI Collective here.

*Confirmed DEI hire = first generation, limited income, black, hispanic, indigenous, Pacific Islander, mixed race or international student (students with disabilities and LGBTQIA status are also considered DEI in our definition, however, those attributes are not disclosed in profiles, so we are unable to track that segment of our offers and hires.)

We sat down with JHU students and showed them 3 different job descriptions across industries to get their take. What did they like and what did they not like? See what they said!

Student Organization Showcase

September 21 4pm-6pm EST

Are you searching for opportunities to recruit student leaders? Would you like to partner with a student organization to host an event? The Student Organization Showcase will allow you to learn about students’ leadership abilities, hear their organizations’ goals, and identify strategic ways to partner with them during the academic year.

CLE Connect

Wednesday, September 21, 6-8 pm EST

Register by Monday, September 19

Network with undergraduate and graduate students in engineering, the humanities, and public health who have a passion for enterprise and leadership. We welcome alumni and other professionals in the fields of finance, marketing, consulting, product management, engineering, healthcare, public relations, and more!

Email Emily Myrick, emyrick2@jhu.edu, for any questions.

Carey Business School

Fall Semester Recruitment Dates:

September 6, 2022 – December 6, 2022

Upcoming Events:

Industry Roundtables – Talent acquisition and functional experts are invited to meet Carey MBA and Specialty Masters students in this industry-education and networking event. Students will rotate through virtual rooms to learn about companies and career paths of interest in various industry spaces.

  • September 20, 2022 – 4:45-6pm – Financial Services
  • September 21, 2022 – 4:45-6pm – Health Care
  • September 22, 2022 – 4:45-6pm – Technology and Marketing Analytics
  • September 23, 2022 – 12:00 – 1:15pm – Consulting 

The MBA class of 2024

  • 50% Male/50% Female, 22 countries represented (ie. global diversity), average 4 years work experience

Contact Carey.Careerdevelopment@jhu.edu for any questions.

HopHacks is seeking employer partners and sponsors! 

HopHacks is JHU’s premier hackathon, conceived to help students explore new ideas and create new applications! During the weekend of September 16th, connect with hundreds of creative, driven, and entrepreneurial students from all over the country on the Johns Hopkins campus. Sponsors will benefit from: 

  • special access to a talent pool actively looking for internships and new graduate opportunities
  • increased brand awareness by distributing merchandise, offering unique and memorable hackathon prizes, and mentoring teams as they build their projects

There are several options for partnering with us. Please review the form below to learn more and connect with HopHacks.

Life Design Lab at Homewood

The Life Design Lab is proud to offer an array of recruiting and networking opportunities to allow employers to connect directly with undergraduate and master-level students. Our full menu of recruiting opportunities includes Future Fest, coffee chats, student group meetings, and so much more!

For any questions, reach out to homewood.recruit@jhu.edu.

Host an Event with a JHU School

Check out our new website!

Trying to gather data and insight into the JHU student population across the various schools, departments, and campuses? Look no further!

Here are three easy steps to connect:

  1. Log into Handshake – https://jhu.joinhandshake.com/
  2. Select Create an Event > On-campus: My company is hosting this event at a school
  3. Choose JHU as the host school and the name of the career center
By Alia Poonawala
Alia Poonawala Executive Director, Hire Hopkins