Networking

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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FAQ: How Do I Start Networking Conversations?

Networking can be daunting, especially when you’re in a new environment. As the new academic year starts after the COVID-19 measures are being slowly lifted, networking might be on top of your mind. No matter if it is going to …

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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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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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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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5 Steps to Find the Right Mentor for You

Follow these steps to find a mentor who can support you by providing the insights and assistance you need.

1. Reflect on whether mentorship is a good fit for you

Consider your attributes and whether you would be a good …

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Where to Find People To Network With

By Smiti Nathan, LDE for Physical and Environmental Science You have been probably told that networking is important, especially for forming connections with people in your field. This post offers suggestions on where to find people to network with.

Why are YOU …

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Don’t Let a Coffee Meeting Just be a Coffee Meeting

How to turn informational interviews into longer term relationships

By: Rebecca Aman Okay, so you’ve gone on your informational interview. Over the thirty minute conversation, your coffee-mate gave you insight into what the organization is like, how it’s structured, and …

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