Neurodivergence at a Glance

The Inclusive Workplace Series

When considering diversity and inclusion in the workspace, oftentimes our first thoughts are towards racial, gender, or physical disability prejudice or discrimination. It’s easy to get caught up in the physical manifestation of diversity, but one …

By Angel Odukoya
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Scared of Burnout This Fall? Here’s How To Avoid It!

During the past fall semesters,  many students experienced the struggle of fighting to stay awake as they “went to class” by joining a Zoom lecture.

It isn’t a surprise that attending classes in their dorm continuously crossed the lines between …

By Maureen Onyebuchukwu
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Bridging the Gap from Concepts to Products: Infinite Biomedical Technologies

Taj El-Khalili (Engineering Intern and InBaltimore Cohort 2022) 

My First Ever Internship as a College Student 

I wanted to intern at a place where I would be accepted and trusted to do important work.  But was this scene illusory …

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Entrepreneurship never tasted so good: Tastee Tape

The story begins with four Johns Hopkins Chemical Engineering students Marie Eric, Tyler Guarino, Erin Walsh, and Rachel Nie who had to come up with their senior year project. They had to create the idea, prototype it, and had only …

By Maureen Onyebuchukwu
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Beyond Borders: Advocating with the Centro de los Derechos del Migrante (Center for Migrant Rights)

Kristen Corlay Sanmiguel
(Centro de los Derechos del Migrante Intern and InBaltimore Cohort 2022)

Kristen wearing a navy jumpsuit and a black sweater in front of the US Capitol

If there is one thing that I’m even more sure of …

By Mary [uConnect]
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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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Hiring And Recruitment Trends To Expect In 2022

By Eric Friedman (Forbes)

At the outset of the new year, businesses everywhere are looking for a way to rebound from a turbulent 24-month stretch. Even organizations that have weathered the pandemic relatively well are facing another looming challenge in …

By Belle To
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11 Trends that Will Shape Work in 2022 and Beyond

by Brian Kropp & Emily Rose McRae (Harvard Business Review)

At the start of 2021, many of us expected the world to return to normalcy. Vaccines were starting to roll out, and many executives felt like it would be a …

By Belle To
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7 “green flags” to look for in an employer

These positive indicators can tell you a lot about a job, team, or company.

When interviewing with a new organization, it’s wise to keep an eye out for “red flags.” Some job-seekers might be wary of high company turnover, lack …

By Belle To
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7 Tips for Leveraging Your Hopkins Story in a Resume

By Michael Gonzales, Life Design Educator, mgonza70@jh.edu

You’ve accomplished wonderful things no matter your year as a Hopkins student! The next step is to tell your Hopkins story in ways that an evaluator would quickly find appealing when reviewing a …

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Your Turn to Intern

The Your Turn to Intern (YTTI) Program is an exclusive program that was designed to provide resources and guidance to freshmen-junior Biomedical Engineering Undergraduates as they seek out summer internships.

About YTTI

The YTTI program began in Fall 2019 and through a …

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