2024 Student Employee and Supervisor of the Year Awards

University Experiential Learning is excited to announce that nominations are now open for the 2024 Student Employee and Supervisor of the Year Awards! 

The JHU Student Employee of the Year award is presented to an outstanding undergraduate and graduate student …

By Camille Blake
Camille Blake
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How To Prepare for A Career Fair

Before the Career Fair

The Day of the career Fair

After the Career Fair

By Georges Hatcheu
Georges Hatcheu
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University Experiential Learning Outstanding Achiever/Practitioner Awards

The University Experiential Learning hosted a week full of appreciative events for student employees across JHU partnering with divisional teams to celebrate all student employees for National Student Employee Appreciation Week. The week included a recognition and award ceremony at …

By Arjun Yogaratnam
Arjun Yogaratnam
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Thoughts on Teaching with Miro

by Justin Lorts (Director of Life Design, KSAS)

I recently wrapped up teaching Designing Your Georgetown, a course I have taught for the past three semesters to incoming transfer students at Georgetown’s Capitol Applied Learning Labs (CALL). The CALL allows me a …

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JOHNS HOPKINS RISES TO NO. 7 IN ‘U.S. NEWS’ BEST COLLEGES RANKINGS

Key factors in JHU’s ranking include small class sizes, academic performance of incoming students, high graduation rates; University also among the nation’s best schools in terms of ethnic diversity, value, innovation, research and creative projects for undergraduates

Source: HUB

Johns …

By Belle To
Belle To
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I Needed New Glasses and Got a Pair at Clymb

William Hu (Digital Media Marketing Intern and InBaltimore Cohort 2022)

“So, what is Clymb?” It took me a while to figure this out as well. It’s an organization that makes and sells emotional wellness software to school districts throughout America …

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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
Maureen Onyebuchukwu
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