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Five Tips for a New Semester

This week marks the start of the Fall semester at Johns Hopkins. A lot has changed on campus over the past several months and this Fall semester – even more than previous Fall semesters – offers the opportunity for students to reimagine …

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Find the Best Resume Template

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Picking the right resume template is crucial to landing the job that you want. It’s the first thing employers see and making yours stand out will get you one step closer …

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How to start talking with multi-million dollar companies – Interview with Alex Kernagis

Last month, Imagine covered Hack-Homewood – the first hackathon organized by Cobalt Consulting Group, a student-led organization founded last year by several JHU undergraduate students to give students an opportunity to consult businesses. We sat down with Alex Kernagis (KSAS …

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Explore occupations by career categories and pathways and use real time labor market data to power your decision making.

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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.