Tips and Best Practices

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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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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How to Strengthen Students?

Education has become a lot more than classes and lectures. One of the goals of Johns Hopkins University is that every graduate should have at least one solid mentorship relationship by the end of their programs but it doesn’t have …

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5 benefits of becoming a School of Nursing Preceptor

Preceptors are engaged clinical professionals who provide supervised clinical rotations while mentoring and educating Johns Hopkins pre-licensure and advanced practice nursing students. Precepting gives the health care professional the opportunity to partner with Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing to …

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Serve as a Mentor for Student Research

Provost Undergraduate Research Award (or PURA) is a yearly award for Hopkins students’ research projects. Johns Hopkins University Provost Joseph Cooper established the PURA program in 1993 with a generous endowment by the Hodson Trust. The program was created to …

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5 Ways Alumni Can Get Involved with the Life Design Lab

By Madeline Amonick, Communications Assistant, JHU Class of ’21 In our most humble opinion, we have the greatest alumni network in the world! How do we know this? Because we noticed that amazing networking, mentoring, and skill-building happens when we …

By Maren Gonzales
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