Parents Internship Network (PIN)
As insiders at your places of business, you, as Hopkins parents, can be a most persuasive source of new internship contacts.
Join your fellow parents in this important endeavor and add to our growing and impressive roster of companies represented through PIN.
PIN taps into the employer base of our Hopkins parent community to help build the inventory of meaningful paid summer internships for rising junior and senior Hopkins students in a wide variety of industries.
The office of Parents Programs and Giving, the Hopkins Parents Council and the JHU Career Center are pleased to announce the success of PIN which added over 200 newly created internship opportunities to the existing inventory for the summer of 2016. PIN will continue to work with the Hopkins parent community to generate internships for the summer of 2017. Your internships will be posted on the Career Center's new Hopkins Handshake, a digital platform for students who are seeking opportunities.
Examples of 2015 Internships offered through Hopkins parents: Asia Society, Broadcom, Center for Companies that Care, Citi, Datalogix, Dow Jones, Easdil Secured, Federated Investors, Fidelity, Intel Corporation, Jet Propulsion Laboratory/NASA, JHU Biomedical Instrumentation and Neuroengineering Laboratory, Juniper Networks, McManus & Associates, Merck and Co., Inc, Mission Daa, Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, NewDayUSA, Pier, Fine Associates Architects, Resnik Skin Institute, United Technologies Corporation, Westinghouse...
Whether you own your business or work for a public or private company, or can be the conduit to other opportunities in the businesses of your friends or relatives, your connection can result into an incredible opportunity for Hopkins students!
Industries of interest:
- Arts and Entertainment
- Communications/Media/Public Relations
- Computer Software/Hardware
- Consumer Products
- Education/Higher Education
- Entrepreneurial/Start Ups
- Government: State/Local
- Government: Federal
- Health Care
- International Development
- Retail and Wholesale Trade
- Think Tanks/Research