Your Summer at Hopkins experience isn’t limited to coursework alone—our summer clubs offer an opportunity to take on a leadership challenge, explore an area of interest outside the classroom, and connect virtually with students from around the world. Student club leaders work with JHU staffers to organize and host live events. Any student enrolled in Summer at Hopkins can volunteer to lead a club.

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Summer 2021 Clubs

This summer we anticipate offering a variety of clubs, listed below. If you have an exciting idea for a virtual summer club at Johns Hopkins, please email your idea to summer@jhu.edu— you can even volunteer to lead the new group.

Join others interested in the biological sciences to gather, exchange ideas, and learn the latest news in the field.

This club meets from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EST.

Session One

• Week 1: June 29 and July 1

• Week 2: July 6 and July 8

Session Two

• Week 1: July 13 and July 15

• Week 2: July 20 and July 22

Session Three

• Week 1: July 27 and July 29

• Week 2: August 3 and August 5

Share your passion for fine cuisine and meet fellow foodies from around the world. You’ll exchange recipes, tips, and techniques in our cooking club.

Available: Session One only.

Help promote greater cultural awareness and understanding, and learn more about other cultures from classmates around the world.

This club meets from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM EST.

Session One

• Week 1: June 30 and July 2

• Week 2: July 7 and July 9

Session Two

• Week 1: July 14 and July 16

• Week 2: July 21 and July 23

Session Three

• Week 1: July 28 and July 30

• Week 2: August 4 and August 6

Team up with aspiring student entrepreneurs, discuss the latest techniques to bring a business concept to life and work to refine your own innovative startup ideas.

Available: Session One only.

Are you interested in attending Johns Hopkins University as an undergraduate? If so, join this club, led by current JHU undergraduates, to learn more about the Johns Hopkins experience. You’ll discover what it’s like to be a Johns Hopkins undergraduate student, enjoy a virtual tour of Johns Hopkins, and get the details on student affairs, housing and dining on campus.

This club meets from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM EST.

Session One

• Week 1: June 30 and July 2

• Week 2: July 7 and July 9

Session Two

• Week 1: July 14 and July 16

• Week 2: July 21 and July 23

Session Three

• Week 1: July 28 and July 30

• Week 2: August 4 and August 6

Engage in in-depth conversations and philosophical discussions with your fellow students in a friendly and informal environment. Consider a variety of topics, ranging from metaphysics to aesthetics and so many others.

This club meets from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM EST.

Session One

• Week 1: June 29 and July 1

• Week 2: July 6 and July 8

Session Two

• Week 1: July 13 and July 15

• Week 2: July 20 and July 22

Session Three

• Week 1: July 27 and July 29

• Week 2: August 3 and August 5

Connect with other photographers to share your favorite pictures, get tips on improving your art, advance your strengths in storytelling, and share your own acquired knowledge with others. Your photographs may also be selected for recognition within Summer at Hopkins social media channels.

This club meets from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EST.

Session One

• Week 1: June 30 and July 2

• Week 2: July 7 and July 9

Session Two

• Week 1: July 14 and July 16

• Week 2: July 21 and July 23

Session Three

• Week 1: July 28 and July 30

• Week 2: August 4 and August 6

Fascinated by psychology? Join others interested in promoting a greater understanding of the field of psychology and brain sciences. If you’re interested in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive, or linguistic sciences, this is the club for you.

This club meets from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EST.

Session One

• Week 1: June 30 and July 2

• Week 2: July 7 and July 9

Session Two

• Week 1: July 14 and July 16

• Week 2: July 21 and July 23

Session Three

• Week 1: July 28 and July 30

• Week 2: August 4 and August 6

Meet peers who share your passion for addressing today’s most pressing public health issues. The first step to solving a challenge begins with a single idea—perhaps it will be yours!

This club meets from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM EST.

Session One

• Week 1: June 29 and July 1

• Week 2: July 6 and July 8

Session Two

• Week 1: July 13 and July 15

• Week 2: July 20 and July 22

Session Three

• Week 1: July 27 and July 29

• Week 2: August 3 and August 5

Don’t just sit around this summer! Get tips on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle, relieve stress, and increase your confidence. Learn new workout routines and healthy eating habits, and even make plans to work out virtually with a buddy.

Available: Session One only.

Club Sign Up Form

Please complete our 2021 Club Sign Up Form.

Club Enrollment

Each club will need a minimum of 10 students participating in each session in order to run.

Time Commitment and Schedule

Each club session will be offered for one hour, twice a week. Your club leader will email you with the schedule.

Be a Club Leader

Any enrolled student is eligible to apply to serve as a club leader. Our goal is for each club to have co-leaders. Candidates will be asked to have a virtual individual interview and will be selected based on the qualities outlined below and the student’s ability to support and work with other students. If you are interested in leading a club, please email summer@jhu.edu by Monday, May 24, 2021.

Club Leader Roles and Responsibilities

  • Promote interaction among groups of students during small group discussions, ice-breakers, and activities.
  • Facilitate group interactions.
  • Work closely and cooperate with other leaders, JHU faculty, and other JHU administrators to develop, prepare, implement, and evaluate club activities.
  • Provide administrative support for the club, including preparation of materials.
  • Assist with and support all aspects of the club.
  • Create and disseminate emails.
  • Take notes as needed.

Important Club Leader Qualities

  • Prior campus or high school involvement in work-study, club leadership, or other campus roles
  • Positive attitude and ability to motivate others
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work effectively and collaboratively with diverse groups of people

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