One of the most important things that Matthew Ziegelbaum learned at Hopkins was how to work on a team in a demanding, fast-paced setting.

“My Hopkins education equipped me with the skills needed to thrive in a collaborative and high-energy work environment,” said Ziegelbaum, a Google software engineer.

“Computer science classes at Hopkins are hands-on, taking you beyond theory to real programming and implementation projects. All of my classes involved group projects, including working on interdisciplinary teams to complete projects, just like I do in my career now.”