Homewood Career Center


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.

Meet with a Career Coach

Career Coaches on Campus

Mondays 11am-3pm Gilman Atrium
Tuesdays 10am-3pm Levering
Wednesdays 10am-3pm Gilman Atrium
Thursdays 10am-3pm Mudd Café
Fridays 10am-12:30 pm Brody Café

Office Hours

Lauren: Mondays 9am-2pm Garland 350
Andrea: Mondays 2pm-4:30pm Garland 350 and Tuesdays 10:30am-1pm Garland 350
Caroline: Tuesdays 1pm-3pm Garland 350 and Thursdays 2pm-4pm Garland 350
Tessa: Tuesdays 3pm-5pm Garland 350 and Wednesdays 9:30am-12:30pm Garland 350
Nadine: Thursdays 10am-12:30pm Garland 350 and Fridays 10am-12:30 pm Garland 350
Justin: Fridays 12:30pm-2:30 pm Garland 350

Peer Advisors

Daily, 11-2, Garland 389

Upcoming Events

  • HUB

    March 25, 2019

    Women in the Workplace Summit: Unpacking Income Disparity and Inequality


  • HUB

    April 2, 2019

    Gaypril networking social


  • HUB

    April 4, 2019

    Master's Co-Op Industry Program information session


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News & Announcements

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  • JHU First Destination Survey 2018

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  • Consulting Internship: Maggie Coulson, Cloudburst Group

    When Madelyn (Maggie) Coulson, economics ’20, began college, she wasn’t sure what career she wanted to pursue. She knew she was drawn to the breadth of the consulting field. When she found a rotational consulting internship with the Cloudburst Group on Handshake before her junior year, she saw it as


  • How to Land an Internship as a First-Year Student

    Think first-year students can’t have summer internships? Think again! With the right strategy and persistence, a first-year student can absolutely land a summer internship. Two JHU students who snagged great internships in their desired fields for their first Hopkins summers share their expertise. Caleb Choi (A&S ’21) is majoring in


  • March 4-8: Arts, Media & Marketing Week

    Meet alumni working arts, writing and media, build connections, and learn how to get your foot in the door during Arts, Media and Marketing Week, March 4-8. Recent alums will discuss freelance writing, learn about real-world screenwriting, get connected with careers in arts, and network with arts and media alums


  • Women in STEM: Lizzy Wu, BME’20

    Lizzy Wu, junior BME, loves her mentors. The people she has met since starting at JHU; at an Applied Physics Lab RISE@APL internship, working at makerspaces around Baltimore and at JHU, and Career Center events, are helping her slowly sculpt a better idea of where she wants to go after


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