Access Career Resources
The Career Services Office provides valuable resources to the Bloomberg School’s public health community.
Student and alumni services include individual consultations, an exclusive jobs database, career development workshops and events, lists of helpful resources and an annual career fair. Public health employers are provided opportunities to match their needs with the skills and interests of Bloomberg School students.
- Provide competent and professional career planning and job search assistance to students and graduates of the School.
- Strengthen partnerships between the students and representatives in public health agencies (government, private, non-profit, for-profit) throughout the Baltimore/Washington metropolitan areas.
- Provide career forums, workshops and seminars designed to sharpen students' career goals and job search skills.
- Assist students in locating full-time and part-time positions, internships and consultancies during and after their training programs.
Our career coaches can help you strategize career options, improve your resume or CV, prepare for an interview, provide salary negotiation techniques and assist you with your search for a job or internship. You can also contact the Career Services Office directly. To set up an appointment with a career coach, email the office at JHSPH.Careers@jhu.edu.
Events and workshops throughout the year provide opportunities to connect with employers and hone your job-seeking skills. All events and workshops are open for alumni to attend.
The annual Public Health Career Fair attracts industry representatives providing an opportunity to network with future employers and possibly establish a rewarding career. Each spring, representatives from 45 - 50 public health employers gather to discuss agency functions as well as consultancies, internships, full and part-time job opportunities. The Career Fair has grown into one of the largest public health career fairs in the region with over 500 attendees each year over the past 4 years.
Workshops and webinars are scheduled covering such topics as resume writing, navigating the job market, interview techniques, professional etiquette and more.
Alumni can meet with representatives from public health organizations seeking to hire public health professionals. On average, 25 public health employers visit campus each academic year.
Johns Hopkins University is offering every student and alumni across each of its divisions access to a powerful online career services platform called Handshake. This new service will be the place to create an online profile, access job and internship postings from tens of thousands of employers, make appointments for career coaching here in our school, and learn about recruiting events and job fairs.
The Career Planner is a publication providing comprehensive information and tips on everything from how to develop your resume to preparing for a public health career fair.
Provides information on organizations, fellowships/internships, and government organizations plus a collection of archived workshops, information sessions, and information from past events. Dedicated webpages with tips for resume/CV writing, interviewing, and networking is also included.