Hopkins Press Publishing Internship Virtual Info Session


The University of Baltimore and Johns Hopkins University have partnered to offer two unique internships with The Johns Hopkins University Press for writing students at UBalt who want to explore the world of publishing. Join us on Thursday, July 18 at noon for a virtual info session to learn more about these exciting 2024-25 internship opportunities. 

Publishing is a rewarding career option for those interested in books and journals who want to work with other creative and dedicated people with diversity of thought and experience. There are roles for all personality types and interests - from creatives to number crunchers to wordsmiths. It is a highly competitive field with a limited number of jobs, but it’s an important institution that connects viewpoints and voices to the public. 

JHU Press offers a press-wide publishing internship focused on first-generation and/or limited-income (FLI) applicants and specifically geared to support diversity, equity, inclusion, and access (DEIA). These are paid opportunities that offer a high degree of flexibility to minimize barriers to participation and access, an elevated level of support through assigned mentors and a chance to establish career networks and opportunities.  

No specific academic major or prior publishing experience is required. We are looking for highly curious, resilient, and resourceful undergraduate or graduate students interested in supporting JHUP’s mission of bringing the benefits of discovery to the world.  

Join us on July 18th to learn more!


Meeting ID: 410 516 6980
Passcode: 979572

Contact Name:
Betsy Boyd
Contact Email:

Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request 10 days prior to a campus event and 30 days prior to an event requiring travel.

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