Cracking the Code: Why Do Hopkins Students Say ‘Yes’ to Job Offers? 

Given Fall Recruiting season is about to come to a close, we know that a lot of our hiring partners are preparing job and internship offers or have already made them. And where there are offers there are…rejections. According to …

By Vibha Sathesh Kumar
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3 Amazing Career Exploration Resources You Don’t Know About

Sourced from: Boston College Career Center Blog

As a Career Exploration Coach, I meet with students with a wide range of questions and needs. Some of my students have no idea what they are interested in, and others have so …

By Georges Hatcheu
Georges Hatcheu
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Overcoming Your Career Exploration Fears

Sourced from INSIDE HIGHER ED

Alex McMullen, a Ph.D. student in biomedical engineering at the University of Rochester, told us that the Personalized Career Exploration Program plan has given him structure and guidance in exploring his career options. Before being …

By Georges Hatcheu
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Hire Hopkins | November 2023

A Message From Our Director

Dear reader,

This week I was having lunch with a colleague I admire (she’s value-based, has impeccable boundaries, and holds people accountable, to start). Over tacos and soup she shared with me the work of …

By Chloe Donelan
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Hire Hopkins | October 2023

A Message From Our Director

Dear reader,

When I’m cranky or in a longer-than-usual bad mood, my coach taught me to “bring it back to the basics.” As a result, I go through a mental checklist of: am I hungry, …

By Chloe Donelan
Chloe Donelan
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Finding the Perfect Fit: A Guide to Job Applicant Screening

We get it – hiring the right candidate for a role is not always a walk in the park, especially in today’s competitive job market. Posting and marketing a job is already a lift, not to mention the screening and selection …

By Vibha Sathesh Kumar
Vibha Sathesh Kumar
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The Game-Changing Magic of Interviewing with Rubrics 

When reviewing job applications, a rubric can serve as an effective, standardized scoring framework to help assess and evaluate candidates. Rubrics make it easier to keep track of the skills and qualifications that you’re looking for in a candidates when …

By Vibha Sathesh Kumar
Vibha Sathesh Kumar
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Strangers on a Train: Why Authentic Communities Start Small

-Heather Braun

“That visibility which makes us most vulnerable is that which also is the source of our greatest strength.” ― Audre Lorde

Bringing strangers together to design their lives reminds me of traveling by train. In my twenties, I toured …

By Heather Braun
Heather Braun Senior Asst Director of Life Design for Graduate Programming
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Intersession Courses and Treks 2024

Get hands-on, in-person experience in the industries and areas you’ve always wondered about. Apply for the trek that matches your career interest whether they are Life Design Lab sponsored or academically sponsored. Students are only able to participate in one …

By Maren Gonzales
Maren Gonzales Communications Associate
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Interview: JHU Team at The Collegiate Inventors’ Competition

A team of Johns Hopkins University undergraduate biomedical engineering students is among the finalists selected to compete in the 2023 Collegiate Inventors Competition in Washington, D.C., this week.

The OnPoint Ventilation team—senior Sneha Batheja, junior Alexandra Gorham, senior Charlie Almoney, …

By Georges Hatcheu
Georges Hatcheu
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