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Summer Gigs is a student-authored Hub series highlighting the immense and unique talents of Johns Hopkins University undergrads. Whether they are spending the summer interning for a major brand or reaching new heights in daring extracurriculars, JHU students are always up to something interesting.

‚ÄĒProduced by Taylor Jade Powell

Summer Gigs
Culture and collision
Published July 18, 2018
Wen Wen Teh, a rising senior, investigates road injuries in Vietnam while immersing herself in the country's culture
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Wearing the white hat
Published July 18, 2018
Ramya Prabhakar, a rising junior, discovers what it's like to work in a federal prosecutor's office
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Operation outbreak
Published July 18, 2018
Rushabh Doshi, a rising senior, gains a new perspective on the 2014 Ebola virus response
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'Breaking Bread'
Published July 18, 2018
Victoria Li discovers a city full of character, hope while working for Baltimore Corps
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A 'Frankenstein' freelance summer
Published July 18, 2018
Pava LaPere, a member of the Class of 2019, learns to juggle professional and personal responsibilities—all while wearing sweatpants
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Out of this world
Published July 18, 2018
As an intern at NASA, Sophia Porter learns that achievements are worldwide triumphs and every contribution matters
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Going for gold
Published July 18, 2018
Marcia Zimmerman, a member of the Class of 2019, makes connections, memories at 20th World Maccabiah Games
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Walking on air
Published July 18, 2018
Polly Berman, a member of the Class of 2020, gets some serious hang time above the Gulf of Mexico
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First flight
Published July 18, 2018
Karl Ehlert, a member of the Class of 2019, makes his first jump during Army basic airborne training