The Office of Pre-Professional Advising serves current students and alumni pursuing career interests in the healthcare or law professions. Our role is to help you make informed decisions in your pre-health or pre-law course planning, secure relevant experience, overcome obstacles, and navigate the application process.
Our office offers individual advising appointments, small group meetings, recruitment fairs and informational sessions, specialized workshops and experiential programs, bi-weekly newsletters for pre-health and pre-law highlighting upcoming events and opportunities, online guides and resources, and other services to assist you in every step of your journey to your career.
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VIEW: QUINN DUNKAK ’15 — HOW I SPENT MY 4 GAP YEARS
Quinn Dunkak is originally from San Francisco, CA. His family moved to Northport, New York when he was nine years old. Quinn graduated with an International Baccalaureate Diploma from Northport High School in 2011. At Hopkins, Quinn majored in International Studies and minored in Entrepreneurship & Management. Outside of academics, Quinn was a
INTERVIEW: MARGARET (MAGGIE) LEDERER ’17, LITIGATION PROJECT ASSISTANT, PROSKAUER ROSE
Margaret (Maggie) Lederer is originally from New York City. For high school, Maggie left New York and went to Hotchkiss, a boarding school in Connecticut. She arrived at Hopkins undecided for her major. After exploring a few options and deciding chemistry lab took up too large of a block of
INTERVIEW: MICHAEL MILANO ’12, PRIVATE FUNDS ATTORNEY
Michael Milano grew up in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where he attended Allentown Central Catholic High School. He came to Hopkins in 2008 thinking he would be either an International Studies or Political Science major, and ultimately graduated in 2012 as a Political Science Major. Senior year, Michael was captain of the football team and
INTERVIEW: ARIEL D. MULTAK ‘15, FIRST YEAR ASSOCIATE
Ariel was born in Gainesville, Florida and raised in the Philadelphia suburbs. She attended Princeton Day School in Princeton, New Jersey for high school. At Hopkins, Ariel was an International Studies major concentrating in East Asia with a minor in Entrepreneurship & Management. The highlight of her undergraduate experience was
INTERVIEW: MACK ABBEDUTO, HOMICIDE LAW CLERK, STATE’S ATTORNEY’S OFFICE FOR BALTIMORE CITY
Mack Abbeduto was born and raised in Madison, Wisconsin, graduating from a local high school there in 2008. Due to a nascent interest in politics and law, Mack decided to attend the George Washington University (GWU) in Washington, D.C. While at GWU, Mack majored in History and Criminal Justice, while
INTERVIEW: JEREMY GARSON, ESQ. ’10, LEGAL COUNSEL AND ASSOCIATE PROJECT DIRECTOR, THE BRIDGE ALLIANCE
Jeremy Garson is originally from Philadelphia. He graduated from Abington Friends School in 2006. Jeremy enrolled at Johns Hopkins without an intended major, but became a political science major after taking Intro to American Politics. He also minored in psychology and was heavily involved in the Johns Hopkins University Theater