Test your knowledge in the real world.
Internships allow you to put your learning into practice, open your mind to new possibilities, and expand your understanding of the world around you. Through our Life Design Lab, you’ll have access to valuable services, including networking events, résumé workshops, and mock interviews, so you’re ready to pursue your goals. Employers like Amazon, Malala Fund, Google, NBC Universal, and Microsoft routinely seek out Hopkins students for their unique preparation and perspective.
98% Students With Pre-Professional Experience
“The main lesson I’ve learned while interning is that my strange combination of skills is marketable. It’s possible to become gainfully employed as a Writing Seminars and Mathematics double major! It’s possible for me to engage both sides of my brain in my daily life.”
Dominique D., ’21
THE VALUE OF UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIPS
Use Your Knowledge
An internship provides the opportunity to apply the learning you’ve done at Hopkins to the real world. You’ll enhance your skills by putting theory into practice.
Explore Your Interests
Internships expose you to fields you’re interested in, allowing you to see pathways and possibilities for your future, even before you graduate.
Network With Professionals
The meaningful relationships you build through your internship can provide support and insight, and lead to future opportunities.
Where Our Students Are Interning
Lara U. ’21
Writing Seminars and English
Working for a World Where All Girls Can Attend School
Lara’s editorial internship at the Malala Fund culminated in the launch of Assembly, a digital platform that highlights the accomplishments of girls everywhere as they fight for education and equality.Read More
Sharon L., ’24
Cognitive Science and Spanish
Henson's World: Working at the Jim Henson Exhibition
Sharon is one of 49 students involved in our Community Impact Internships Program, which pairs undergraduate interns with local nonprofits and government agencies.Read More
Gwendolyn T., ’22
Senior Earns Aerospace Fellowship
Gwendolyn will have the chance to work hands-on with hypersonic jet engines at Hermeus Corporation in Atlanta, which could potentially revolutionize air travel. She received the Brooke Owens Fellowship, which offers space and aviation internships to women and other gender minority undergraduate students.Read More