It’s the first year for national nonprofit Venture for America in Baltimore — seven fellows, all 2013 college graduates, are now working two years each with startups in the city.
But Venture for America has already begun accepting students into its 2014 class, and two of them are currently seniors at the Johns Hopkins University.
- Labib Rahman, a biomedical engineering major
- Katherine Robinson, an international studies major
That makes three Johns Hopkins graduates that Venture for America has enlisted. Paige Boehmcke, a 2013 materials engineering graduate, is currently working at Philadelphia-based Graphene Frontiers.
As Technical.ly Baltimore has reported, Venture for America places new college grads in two-year jobs with startups in a handful of cities across the U.S.