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Hold your brain on your palm – interview with Balaji Vijayakumar

This Fall semester, a sophomore-year Hopkins student Balaji Vijayakumar finished his interesting project – he made a 50%-size model of his actual brain on a 3D printer at the Digital Media Center in Homewood. How did he get this idea, …

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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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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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Five Wellbeing Resources for Hopkins Students

For many students, academic performance and career building is the highest priority. But sometimes, it is important to take a minute to step back and think about your wellbeing. Do you eat healthy? Do you get enough high-quality sleep? Do …

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Give It Your Best Shot: Reaching the Vaccine-Hesitant Young

2021 Johns Hopkins-Pulitzer Center Symposium

Nearly one in four young people is hesitant about COVID-19 vaccination, putting them at risk for severe disease.

How can public health officials reach adolescents and young people?
What messages in social media and elsewhere …

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The Great Resignation: Welcoming Newcomers into Career Services

Originally published by Dr. Alayna Hayes on The Career Leadership Collective in August 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted so much of our world. Even as we return to some bit of pre-pandemic life, one area where we’ve seen consistent …

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How to Organize a Virtual Panel Events

Planning the Event
Check the school calendar to ensure you are not competing with a major school event.
Add your event date, time, and description to the school calendar.
Be mindful of the time zone your panelists and guests may …

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BSPH Recommends: Passport Center

Passport Career is an online, country-specific, global job search platform designed for use by organizations looking to support the international career transitions of their mobile employees (as well as their spouses/partners) and by academic institutions looking to support the international …

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Prepare for the Future In a Manageable Way with OPTIONS

Launching a successful career is not a task for one day. In fact, JHU Professional Development and Careers Office (PDCO) believes that starting a career can take as long as four years, and there’s no time to take a slow …

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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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