A message of thanks from some of Johns Hopkins' littlest Blue Jays

This year's "Thank You" video packs some major cuteness.

The annual message of gratitude to the Johns Hopkins University community and its supporters features future Blue Jays in roles across the university—from driving the Hopkins shuttle, to managing Mission Operations for NASA at the Applied Physics Laboratory, to running the editorial desk right here at the Hub.

The "Thank You" video—a tradition started in 2009 as a way for President Ronald J. Daniels and JHU to thank everyone whose contributions, big and small, make the work at Johns Hopkins University possible—was sent out this morning.

"As 2016, with its highs and lows, successes and challenges, comes to a close and we look ahead to 2017, I want to seize this present moment to say thank you," Daniels wrote in a message accompanying the video.

"Your ingenuity, generous spirit, and boundless energy never cease to make Johns Hopkins, and indeed our world, a better place. With this year's video, we celebrate the ways—big and small—that your dedication each day has helped create a more vibrant, humane, and healthier future for so many."

Past Johns Hopkins 'Thank You' videos