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Michelle Jones

Michelle serves as the Associate Director of Coaching and Education for the Career Development Office at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, where she supports all students in their career growth. She comes to Carey with 7 years of experience working with students 1:1, teaching courses, developing workshops, and managing large-scale career events. Michelle holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from James Madison University and a M.A. in College Student Development from Appalachian State University. She is a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), CareerLeader, and StrenghtsQuest practitioner and is a certified MBA Career Coach through The Academies.


7 Tips to Prepare for the Career Fair

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Our 4th Annual Carey Career Fair is happening this week, and at the Career Development Office, we want to make sure all participants enjoy and learn from the experience. A...


4 Ways Non-Conformists Move the World

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What did Martin Luther King Jr., Michelangelo, Steve Wozniak, America’s Founding Fathers, and Copernicus have in common, aside from changing the world’s trajectory? All nearly let the fear of failure...


Dinner with 7 Carey Strangers

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On October 22, seven Carey strangers gathered in the Career Development Office for dinner, each bringing food or drink for their dining companions. They had all been randomly selected to...

Career Management

Honoring the RSVP

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“80 percent of success is showing up.” Woody Allen Between classes, group projects, internships, club participation, workshops, and employer information sessions (whew!), it is easy to over-commit yourself as a...