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Career Center

Welcome to all Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering undergraduate and graduate students. The Career Center is here to support you in connecting your academic pursuits to your post-graduate goals!

Our website will help you navigate the career development process using our EPIC model — Explore, Present, Identify and Connect. Whether you need a resume review or practice interviewing, want to find out more about your ideal career industries, or are applying to jobs, we are here to support you.

We serve students across campus through drop-ins, group presentations, events and 1:1 appointments. Log in to your Handshake account today to see our list of programs and services as well as all of the ways you can connect with us. In addition, join a Career Academy by selecting your career interests on your Handshake profile and learn more about ways we are creating career communities to support you!


Upcoming Events

  • HUB

    March 1, 2017

    Panel discussion on environmental and earth science careers

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  • HUB

    March 3, 2017

    Women in Business alumni panel

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  • HUB

    March 11, 2017

    JHUCC Undergraduate Case Competition - Spring 2017

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News & Announcements

  • Employer Perspective: JHU Students Stand Out

    With one month left until spring break, the Career Center is helping students nail down summer internships. Students who complete internships have a great chance of turning the opportunity into a job—in 2015, 62 percent of interns accepted a full-time job with the same company. Johns Hopkins students are no exception, and employers say JHU […]

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  • 2017 Academy Weeks: Arts, Media and Marketing in April

    The Career Center focuses one week every year on key speakers, trainings and workshops for each of our Career Academies. Students, faculty, alumni and employers come together at these events to start conversation and help build pathways to success for JHU students.

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  • Parent’s Perspective: How Your Student Can Connect

    Where should my student start? Freshmen, Sophomores and students who have not previously worked with the Career Center should start by taking Careers 101 online. The course gives an overview of the Career Center’s tools and the network of employers, alumni and others that are available to your student, and jump starts their personal and […]

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