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Johns Hopkins Affinity Groups and Communities

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Women in Business
Women in Business (WIB) provides the women of Hopkins the opportunities necessary to advance their professional and personal development. WIB works to build a comprehensive network of women professionals at various career levels and industries by engaging Hopkins alumni, students and friends of the university. WIB’s activities are designed to build community, opportunity, resource sharing and personal advancement. Activities include regional networking events, lunch-and-learn seminars, one-to-one mentoring, group-wide meetings and other activities that support group objectives and member goals.

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Federal Government
The Federal Government Affinity Group was created by alumni working in or for the federal government for the purpose of connecting with, learning from, and advancing their careers through other federally employed Hopkins alumni, students and friends of the university. The group’s aim is to be a community that facilitates the sharing of connections, opportunities, best practices, ideas and resources relevant to working successfully within the federal government sector. The group offers professionally valuable activities and programs, affords its members the strength of the Hopkins Federal Government network, enhances connections to local leaders and experts and ultimately provides a venue for bringing about change in our workplaces, communities and the world. Group activities include regional networking events, lunch-and-learn seminars, one-to-one mentoring and group-wide meetings.

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Entrepreneurship
The Entrepreneurship Affinity Group provides a venue in which to connect Hopkins entrepreneurs to one other, to resources and information, and to professional and educational programming that helps to fuel innovation, boost creativity and drive success.

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HIV/AIDS
A group for members of the Johns Hopkins community who are focused on the many aspects of HIV/AIDS from research, to policy, to direct care and everything in-between. The group brings together individuals to create opportunities for connecting, networking, professional development, and sharing best practices and resources.

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