Creativity and Community: Programming at Art With a Heart 

Nathalie Akbari (Art with a Heart Intern and InBaltimore Cohort 2022)

When I accepted the position of Programming Intern at the Art With a Heart (AWAH) community organization in Baltimore, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I have always enjoyed …

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Distant but Connected: Virtual Internship at the World Trade Center Institute

Seo Yeon Jeong (WTCI Summer 2022 Professional Exchanges Program & Youth Fellowships Intern and InBaltimore Cohort)

As the world is slowly reverting to the pre-pandemic work environment, I was concerned at first when I learned that I had to return …

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Only a Knock Away: Interning at the World Trade Center Institute

Asha Shetler (WTCI Summer HR Intern and InBaltimore Cohort 2022)

Even though I joined the World Trade Center Institute (WTCI) as a Human Resources intern for Summer 2022, it already feels like I’m part of the WTCI family. In fact, …

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2 Johns Hopkins Students Claim Major Prizes at National Pitch Competition

When Johns Hopkins sophomore Nandita Balaji returned to her residence hall Friday evening, she and her company were $100,000 richer. The neuroscience major is the founder of InfernoGuard, an early wildfire detection and warning system, and she took one of …

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Johns Hopkins Graduate Programs Ranked Among Nation’s Best

Programs in nursing, public health, medicine, and biomedical engineering again top ‘U.S. News & World Report’ annual lists

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Several Johns Hopkins University graduate programs are again ranked among the nation’s best, including top rankings for programs in nursing, …

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Grad Camp is coming up!

Grad Camp: Whether you are a rising senior preparing for your own graduate school search and application process or simply exploring the possibility of graduate school, this virtual four-day event will prepare you with the skills and knowledge to successfully …

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Kara Hunter Assistant Director of Life Design: ChemBE, Mechanical, MatSci
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Mo Money, Mo Reason to Monitor Your Finances

Written by Paul Davidson, LDE for Computer Science & Electrical and Computer Engineering

You’ve just landed your next/first full-time job. It’s time to celebrate and it’s time to PLAN. Currently, most young people entering the workforce post-graduation will begin earning …

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Maren Gonzales Communications Associate
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Getting Started with Graduate School Applications

Are you applying to graduate and/or professional school, but not sure where to start? Applying to graduate/professional school can feel intimidating and understanding the typical key components can help you get started with the process. This post will help break …

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Maren Gonzales Communications Associate
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Setting Yourself Up For Success on Linkedin

“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.” ~Hellen Keller

Connecting with people is what helps us to do so much, and LinkedIn is one resource where we can connect new and familiar faces virtually.

Whether …

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STUDENT PERSPECTIVE: ONEHOP MENTORING WALK-THROUGH

By Madeline Amonick, Communications Assistant

What is OneHop?

OneHop, formerly PeopleGrove, gives students direct access to alumni across all schools who have already expressed interest in helping students. Whether you are looking for a long-term mentorship, looking to explore new fields, …

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