Career Services Office
615 N. Wolfe St, W1600
Baltimore, MD 21205
Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Every graduate has the opportunity to protect health and save lives millions at a time.
The mission of the Career Services Office is to:
- Help students make a powerful impact in public health by connecting to opportunities beyond the classroom through:
- enhancing career/professional development engagement
- coordinating experiential learning experiences
- engaging with public health employers and alumni
Career Services Office Staff
The Career Services Office remains OPEN and we are available to meet with you virtually. If you would like to schedule a virtual session with a Career Coach, please contact Paul Hutchinson or Caroline Kelly.
Paul R. Hutchinson, MS
Directs all career services activities, organizes the annual Public Health Career Fair, manages the student business card service, and oversees Handshake, the online career management system and leads seminars and workshops. In his 20 years at Johns Hopkins University, he has developed “Access to Experts” panels to assist students in getting connected to alumni working in various fields of public health. In addition, Paul provides career coaching for masters and doctoral level students and serves as a liaison with departmental coordinators, administrators, and the Bloomberg School's alumni office. Paul is a Certified University Career Coach, holds a Master of Science in Organizational Counseling from Johns Hopkins School of Education and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Caroline Kelly, MS
Caroline oversees all employer relations efforts and cultivates key employer partnerships both internal and external to the school. She coordinates employer focused events such as information sessions, Public Health Exchange (PHX) sessions, Career Treks and the Public Health Career Fair. She also provides one-on-one coaching to masters and doctoral students. Caroline has over 9 years of experience in both industry and higher education experience. Before coming to the Bloomberg School, she worked for 4 years at the Homewood Career Center in both career coaching and employer relations roles. Prior to her Hopkins experience, she served as a corporate recruiter for a large, healthcare consulting firm. In 2019, Caroline earned her Master of Science in Counseling from the Johns Hopkins School of Education along with her National Certified Counselor (NCC) Certification. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Business/Marketing from Virginia Tech.