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Homewood Career Center

Welcome! The Homewood Career Center supports and serves all Krieger and Whiting undergraduates, masters, PhD and postdoc students, regardless of post-graduate plans.

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Log into Handshake to find events, internship and job postings, and connect with companiesLog into Handshake Use your JHED id to get connected to companies.

Explore your Career Interests Figure out how what you like can become your full-time job with these resources

Join a Career Academy Each industry-specific academy has basic timelines to help you find your dream career.

Develop your Skills Find out how to build a resume, write a cover letter, and network to find internship and job opportunities.

Find Internships and Jobs Internships, research or job shadowing opportunities are key to getting a great job post-graduation.

Drop-in Appointment Hours

Career Coaches on Campus

Starting Aug. 30

Mondays: 2-4 p.m., Mudd Café, Caroline Kelly
Tuesdays: 2-4 p.m., Levering Café, Lauren Barrett
Wednesdays: 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Gilman Atrium, Nadine Goldberg
Wednesdays: 2-4 p.m., Writing Center, Paul Binkley
Thursdays: 2-4 p.m., Mudd Café, Andrea Wiseman
Fridays: 10 a.m.-12 p.m., Brody Café, Tessa McKenzie

Peer Advisors

Daily, 11-3, Garland 389
Tuesday and Wednesdays, 6-7:30pm, Brody

Appointments

Appointments are open to all students starting in their sophomore year. All appointments can be made on Handshake. You will need to select a Career Academy in your Career Interests section to be matched with the correct coach.


Upcoming Events

  • HUB

    November 15, 2018

    Great Hearts Academies information session

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  • HUB

    November 15, 2018

    Computer science industry meet and greet

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  • HUB

    November 27, 2018

    Careers in foreign policy workshop

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News & Announcements

  • Laura Kaye: interning at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    Having grown up in the Boston area, Laura Kaye, A&S ’21, always loved going to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA). With the help of Arts, Media, and Marketing Career Coach Nadine Goldberg, she put together her first college resume and landed an internship with the MFA’s Development Office.

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  • How to Healthcare Entrepreneur: Manish Potti, A&S’08

    Manish Potti, A&S ’08, is the Co-Founder and President of Innogenix Pharma, an emerging pharmaceutical company which aims to develop, manufacture and commercialize hard-to-manufacture Generic Drugs. He is also a venture capitalist in generic pharmaceutical, biotech, and tech and consumer product industries. When he was at JHU, he was a

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  • Intern at Restaurant Brands International for Serious Experience

    Three JHU students landed parent-sponsored (Parents Internship Network, or PIN) internships at Restaurant Brands International (RBI) last summer. RBI operates Burger King, Popeyes, and Canadian coffee chain Tim Horton’s. Find out why the paid, highly-independent Leadership Development Summer Internship at RBI was a great fit. Getting an Internship at RBI

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  • Nov. 5-15: Health Sciences Career Spotlight

    The Health Sciences Career Academy is the most popular at JHU, covering pre-med and public health students, as well as bio, neuroscience, BME and more. All students can explore possible job shadowing and internships, post-grad options including med or professional school, and more. Find the full list of events by

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  • Apply to Intersession Career Treks Now

    All five Career Center intersession treks to companies are now open on Handshake. Each trek is a little different–some include one to two weeks of Homewood coursework where students meet with alumni and learn about the industry, while others are primarily a series of company visits. Most treks come with

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  • Alumni: Beghou Consulting, Lani Chun (PhD ’15)

    When Lani Chun, PhD ’15, began her program in Biology at Hopkins, she thought she was going to stay in science after graduation. Having worked in various labs, it would’ve been an obvious path. “It became apparent that science involves a lot of grant writing and not much time on

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