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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Building a Great Mentoring Relationship

Whether it’s for the purpose of support, encouragement or even to challenge oneself, forging a mentor-mentee relationship is one of the best ways to develop one’s skills and also reach desired goals. Despite the many benefits that come with a …

By Lanre Ogungbe
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Hop Around The Globe – Interview with Anika Penn

Johns Hopkins alumni can be found all around the globe: from the East Coast of the United States to villages in Sub-Saharan Africa. Imagine is starting a new series of articles – Hop Around the Globe – where we talk …

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Facts about the Class of 2025

Today marks the start of the Fall 2021 semester, and Johns Hopkins University greets students of the new Class of 2025. Here are some facts about our new freshman year students.

Virtually everyone participated in some sort of community service …

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Creating equity in mentoring

Article written by Jacob deNobel for The Hub (May 2021) As he was preparing to return to the Hopkins campus for the spring semester, junior Christopher Crespo worried about his ability to find internship opportunities this summer. An international studies …

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Modern Mentoring: the 5 levels of listening

How good of a listener would you say you are? Mentoring Evangelist Aya Titus breaks down the different types of listening mentors and mentees need to strive for in order to create successful mentoring relationships. For more tips, check out …

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Turn Mentoring Conversations into Actions

Your mentoring conversations are critical to your success. Without good dialogue, your mentoring relationship could lack focus, intent, and follow-through. Don’t let your mentoring relationship suffer!
Here are tips from River on how to get more from your mentoring conversations. …

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Mentoring in Cybersecurity: 5 tips

Gerald Auger from “Simply Cyber” shares his top 5 power tips for mentoring in the cybersecurity community. This applies to both mentors and mentees and will help you identify those relationships organically, ensure that they are healthy relationships, and demystify …

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Coaching Vs. Mentoring: Do you know the difference?

Contrary to popular belief, there’s a difference between coaching and mentoring. And you, as a front line leader, a supervisor or manager, need to know what it is. What does mentoring look like within an organization? Many organizations want to …

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The 6 C’s to Successful Mentorship

The mentor/mentee relationship is symbiotic in nature. The qualities and attributes in both mentees and mentors are synonymous. When mentorship is approached from a holistic lens, it has the power to build social capital and unlock human potential. Great educators have …

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