Wednesday, September 12, 2018
John Hopkins University Humanities Overnight Program for 11th graders
Hopkins will be hosting its 2nd annual Humanities Overnight Program in spring 2019. They are seeking nominations for this unique opportunity!
On Monday, March 4–Tuesday, March 5, 2019, they will welcome a small group of high school juniors with an expressed interest in the humanities to their undergraduate Homewood campus in Baltimore, Maryland. This is an incredible opportunity for our top humanities students to spend 24 hours on our campus and meet with current students and faculty. Students accepted to the Humanities Overnight Program are representative of our university values of intellectual freedom and collaborative innovation and would thrive within our academic culture.
This expenses-paid program will include opportunities to learn more about the humanities experience at Hopkins, sit in on classes, meet current professors who are experts in their fields, and attend a college essay writing workshop led by the admissions office and faculty from one of our humanities departments. Participants will stay overnight in on-campus housing. Meals, lodging, and transportation to and from campus will be paid for by the university.
Please see Ms. O'Kane if you would like to be nominated.