Tips and Best Practices

Schedule your recruiting session for Fall – Bloomberg School of Public Health

The Fall calendar is open and we are available to book sessions. If you are interested in scheduling an event, please reach out for a variety of recruiting options including:

Career Treks
Ted-style Talks
Resume Books
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Reimagine Kickstart Kit: Undergraduate Students

The 2021 academic year kicks off and more than ever, we welcome you back on campus for the Fall semester!

Getting a college degree is an important step in your life. The knowledge that you’re going to get this year …

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6 Ways to Recruit Fall 2021 – Bloomberg School of Public Health

Bloomberg students are excited to connect with a variety of employers this fall! If any of these suit your recruiting needs reach out to the Bloomberg team: JHSPH.CAREERS@JHU.EDU

Information Session: market your company and job opportunities to students by hosting …

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Book your event and recruit students: Carey Business School

Our recruiting calendar is open. Schedule your virtual or in-person engagement, Monday, September 6 through Friday, December 10, 2021.
The Carey Business School Full Time MBA resume books will be available on September 10. 

If you would like to talk …

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Prepare Your Website for Gen Z Recruits

Websites are vital tools for employers to use to attract candidates—and that is especially true now that traditional modes of attacting students, e.g., in-person activities and events, are largely unavailable.

Top ways to optimize your website for Gen Z:
Recognize …

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Creating a Proposal for Your Research

Creating a research proposal is the first step that you should take when you want to pitch your project to the research administration: Johns Hopkins University Research Administration (JHURA) that supports the research and related activities of the Johns Hopkins …

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Hopkins Technology Ventures for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

More than 170 startups in areas ranging from the life sciences to engineering technology and digital health have already benefited from JHU Technology Ventures (JHTV). These companies have raised more than $2.7B in cumulative venture funding since 2014. Johns Hopkins …

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Serve as a Mentor for Student Research

Provost Undergraduate Research Award (or PURA) is a yearly award for Hopkins students’ research projects. Johns Hopkins University Provost Joseph Cooper established the PURA program in 1993 with a generous endowment by the Hodson Trust. The program was created to …

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Do’s and Don’ts of Working with Students

Do’s
Represent yourself and JHU with integrity and pride. You are an example to students.
Identify yourself as an Alumnus.
Be friendly, attentive, smile and convey your enthusiasm to everyone you may speak with. Remember that first impressions are lasting …

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Advising In A Virtual Environment

While COVID-19 has shifted the way our organizations are operating, the ability to provide support virtually will be an important skill set for our volunteers moving forward. Here are a few tips to assist our volunteers in identifying approaches and …

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