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Redesigners for Justice: the leaders we need for an equitable future

At Creative Reaction Lab, we are keenly aware of the power of narrative in shaping perspectives and outcomes across identities and are especially intent on amplifying and centering the voices and narratives of those who have been ignored, erased, or …

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How to Search for Jobs?

Looking for a job? Peabody Institute compiled some tips for you below!

Access multiple databases
Start with Handshake and SMILE. Peabody Institute website also has an External Job Search Links tool on their website.
Search using filters, keywords, or even …

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The Key to Reading People

The article was written for The Character Lab in April 2021 by Hunter Gehlbach is a professor of education and the vice dean at the Johns Hopkins School of Education, where he also directs the PhD program. He also serves …

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Disability, Diversity and Inclusion Resources at Homewood

The Life Design Lab is here to serve students of all backgrounds and identities, and help you reach your individual goals. Here are some resources, where job seekers with all backgrounds can find information.

Disability Resources
The Job Accommodation Network …

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Fulbright grants have been awarded to 15 students and alumni from Johns Hopkins

Published on The Hub by Jacob Budenz in June 2021

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Supporting and Empowering Others to Grow

This material was published on OutGrowth in June 2021.

Castalia Vidaurri is an undergraduate student at Johns Hopkins University studying International Studies and Sociology in the Global Social Change and Development Program. She is passionate about ethical globalization, international development, …

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Asking for Letters of Recommendation

Written by Tracy Smith, Director of Undergraduate Research, The Johns Hopkins University Potential employers, scholarship and grant selection committees, and graduate school admissions offices depend heavily on recommendation letters to gain insight into applicants’ personal strengths, weaknesses and accomplishments. This kind …

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