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So, you didn’t land the interview… Now What? 

We want to first remind you that you are a talented individual and that the DEI Collective is not only about the opportunities to seek out an internship, but it is also about getting and refining your tools to thrive …

By Angel Odukoya
Angel Odukoya
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Success tips for aspiring student entrepreneurs

Source: Business Insider Africa

Startups companies are on the rise and young people want to start their own businesses rather than work a nine to five job for the rest of their lives. It has been demonstrated, especially over the …

By Belle To
Belle To
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As part of Project Independence Day, Johns Hopkins graduate student Jonathan Klein helps purchase much-needed ambulances and deliver them to Ukraine

Source: HUB

In many ways, Nick was like any other typical 13-year-old, jabbering away about his favorite television shows …

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Belle To
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Grow, explore, and discover with Odyssey – our non-credit liberal arts program that has been the region’s lifelong learning partner for …

Through Hopkins at Home, you can now access some of the best of what Hopkins has to offer – from …

Johns Hopkins alumni, your Alumni Association offers a variety of ways for you to continue your scholarly pursuits after graduation. …

Here are some tips and strategies to assist in the process and guide you to secure a recommendation. 

Letters of introduction are used to introduce yourself to a professional, seek opportunities or introduce your skills/talent to an organization.

The Career Planner shows you how to develop a resume, write a cover letter and prepare for a career fair.