Each year, IT@JH creates paid summer positions to help people with a high school diploma, limited work experience, and possibly some college coursework to gain valuable experience working in IT. Eight college students are working as interns in various areas of IT@JH this summer. These interns acquire useful work experience while helping IT teams. This summer’s interns include:

  • Kennedy Ashton, recent Towson University graduate
    Wireless Support Assistant, Networking, Telecom & Data Center
    Assisting with surveys and fleet replacement tasks
  • Evan Flaks, Middlebury College student
    TIC Intern, Technology Innovation Center
    Working with software development teams
  • Sai Ganti, UMBC graduate student
    PMO Automation Assistant, Enterprise Business Solutions
    Supporting the Project Management Office (PMO) by identifying process improvement opportunities and implementing automation solutions
  • Loren Kim, Loyola University student
    Epic Application Assistant, Health IT
    Updating the Epic Research Confluence Resources website and helping implement the Clinical Trials Management system
  • Rebecca Maeregu, UMBC student
    Project Management Assistant, Health IT
    Working on Jira and Confluence projects
  • Julia Pennington, Stevenson University student
    Web Security Assistant, Cloud & Virtualization Services
    Helping deploy the new Cloudflare web application firewall service across all Johns Hopkins-hosted websites
  • Connor Rose, University of Virginia student
    Finance & Automation Intern, Administration & Finance
    Supporting financial operations through integration of technology and automation tools
  • Erik Voronov, Towson University student
    TIC Intern, Technology Innovation Center
    Assisting software development teams

IT@JH appreciates the assistance and energy that these interns bring to the teams they support.