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!
News & Announcements
The Year in Career 2016-2017
JHU students and the JHU Career Center have accomplished a lot during the 2016-2017 school year. See how our students are making big steps in their career journey and where we are going in 2017-2018.
Hiring outlook bright for grads at JHU, nationally
Statistics, students and employers agree that job prospects have improved for this year’s graduates.
There’s overall optimism about the job market,” [Clay Zou, A&S ’17] said. Plus, he added, “What we benefit from, coming from a school like Hopkins, is a great brand name that’s attractive to employers, and students who are driven and motivated. That helps regardless of the [economic] situation.”
Exploring Internships: Anna Du, public health and consulting
For some students, choosing a major means a direct path to a job or research. For Anna Du, A&S ’18, her internships and JHU connections have been a launching pad for a multidisciplinary career. Exploration through Internships Anna’s first interned the summer after first year, working on global health policy in
JHU Class of 2016’s First Destination
Johns Hopkins’ University Class of 2016 is on their way to success in a variety of tech, marketing and business fields. This year’s First Destination Survey shows that 86 percent of graduates are working or pursuing higher degrees, while another 9 percent are participating in other activities like fellowships, military