The Project Pengyou courtyard hosted the reception for the annual Hopkins-Nanjing Center (HNC) Beijing Career Trek organized by the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Alumni Association last Wednesday. More than 40 alumni from HNC, The School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) campuses, and the Baltimore campus came out to mingle and enjoy the breezy spring night in the hutong.
On the Career Trek, select HNC students visit companies across sectors in Beijing to learn more about career opportunities in China post-graduation.
It was a pleasure hosting the Beijing Career Trek reception for the third time. JHU alumni always bring a diverse crowd and thought-provoking discussion. We hope to enjoy more evenings with JHU alumni and students in the future!
See more photos from the event in our Photo Gallery: HNC Beijing Career Trek Reception
The Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies, founded in 1986 in Nanjing, offers a unique bilingual and multinational learning environment at the graduate level, focused on international economics, politics, law and environmental issues. Its alumni community now numbers more than 2,600 graduates, employed across the full spectrum of China’s global relations. The Hopkins-Nanjing Center is an educational collaboration between the Nanjing University and the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.