These are the best employers to work for in 2022

Source: Handshake

With more than 550,000 employers on Handshake—yep, you read that right—it can be intimidating to figure out where to start in your job search. So, why not start with the cream of the crop as a jumping-off point? …

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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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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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Three Hopkins Alumni Named Paul And Daisy Soros Fellows

The Hopkins alumni are among 30 recipients of the fellowships, which honor immigrants and children of immigrants with exceptional potential to make a difference in their fields.

Three Johns Hopkins alumni are among the 30 recipients of the Paul and …

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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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5 Ways to Stay Motivated During Your Remote Summer Internship

By Shanice Guthrie, JHU Class of ’21.

Shanice was part of the student cohort for the InBaltimore Internship Program. 

First, take a moment to congratulate yourself on landing this remote internship opportunity! Challenges you may encounter such as a lack …

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Your Guide to Internships in New York City

Looking for paid summer internships in New York City? Start with this comprehensive guide.

Besides fulfilling your childhood dreams of living in an exciting city, interning in New York City is a great launchpad for your career. New York is …

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Himanshi Sharma on bridging the gap between conventional academic systems and real-world opportunities

Himanshi Sharma, a current student at JHU’s School of Education and specialising in International Teaching and Global Leadership, understands that when you notice inequity in your community, it is an opportunity to spark connection and encourage change.  Coming from India …

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10 Qualities to Emphasize Instead of Passion in a Job Interview

Passion has been sold, particularly to millennials and those in generations younger, as the hallmark of a successful career. And in a lot of ways, it’s been oversold.

Finding a sense of fulfillment — a sense of purpose, even — in what you …

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