Leveraging technology, career coaching, advising, and industry-specific presentations, events, and programs, we prepare students to successfully build enduring career readiness that will follow them throughout their professional lives. Our collaborative model encourages students to explore internships and opportunities, gain competencies in networking and job searching skills, and develop deep industry knowledge. We welcome parents to play an active role.
We offer dynamic programs and events designed to link students with employers and alumni, including on-campus career fairs, internship postings, off-campus recruiting events, and alumni networking receptions. Our students follow their passions into every imaginable career field and achieve success with a variety of employers and graduate schools.
How Your Student can Connect
Get the basics on where to start, joining Career Academies, setting up appointments and more.
Whether your student is preparing for their first internship or you want to learn more about how to support your student in reaching their career development goals watch our previously recorded webinar hosted by the Career Center. Our executive director discusses how our staff works with students and employers, and the ways we engage parents and alumni in supporting the JHU student.
Hire Hopkins Students
When establishing relationships with organizations, it is important to have alumni, parents and other key partners who advocate for Hopkins students. We encourage parents to recruit Hopkins students through the Parents Internship Network (PIN). If you have questions or want to post an internship, please
- Get started with PIN by emailing email@example.com. You can create a dedicated internship position for a talented Hopkins student, or just let us know that you’re interested in finding out more.
- Post existing internship and full-time opportunities at your organization through Handshake or send to the Career Center.
- Provide the Recruiting Team with contact information for the human resources representative at your organization.
Connect with Students
Encourage your son or daughter to utilize our services throughout their four years at Hopkins. Encourage them to complete Careers 101. Ask if they have connected with the Career Center this year—either through Handshake or an office-sponsored event. This is especially important for seniors as they approach their first career destination after Hopkins.
JHU Family Read
This year at Family Weekend families were invited to read Jeff Selingo’s book “There is Life After College” and join a discussion group that explored issues of education, exploration, and career preparation. Slides from the presentation are PDF Document: available to review.
This program was co-sponsored by the Parents Programs, the Parents Internship Network (PIN), and the Homewood Career Center.