The Bloomberg School's Career Services Office wants to help you prepare for the next stage in your public health career by...
- telling you everything you would want to know about writing resumes and CVs;
- explaining how networking is your most effective job search tool; and
- helping you learn the tips to acing the interview.
In addition, the Bloomberg School's Career Services Office also provides a number of helpful online resources.
- The Bloomberg School’s Career Planner - your comprehensive career development guide
- JHSPHConnect, our exclusive online career management system and jobs database that links students and alumni with public health jobs around the world
- Career Services Blog
- Writing Resumes for Public Health
- Networking for New Professionals
- Acing the Interview
- Jump Start your Career Search Webinar Series - Fall 2017
- Job Searching towards Graduation
- List of government websites (federal, state and local)
- List of national organizations
- List of internship & fellowship opportunities
- List of public health employers
- List of public health job hunting websites
- Public Health Online:
- Foundation List
- Foundation List is a job board specifically designed for listing opportunities within the nonprofit employment sector.
- Salary information
- JHSPH Reciprocity Statement
- Database of presentations from past workshops
- Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP)
- Winter Break Checklist
- Entrepreneurship Guide for MBA Students (courtesy of OnlineMBA.com)
- PassportCareer.com - Find detailed career/internship information for over 80 countries
- Use the Job/Intern Portal to access job and internship openings in over 200 countries including the US!
- Review strategies and guidance on how to find internships and opportunities in other countries, including country-specific guidance on resumes/CVs, interviews, salaries, job resources, networking, business cards, culture, and much more!
- Get Started with Passport Career - for STUDENTS
- Passport Career Global Training Events
Below are some additional resources that might be valuable as you navigate the world of public health jobs. You can also contact the Office of Career Services with any questions.
Career Resources In The Hopkins CommunityThis site contains resources applicable to all students across disciples at Johns Hopkins, and is intended to supplement existing career office sites and provide additional resources for our schools that have limited online offerings. It follows the career development process and includes information on self-assessment, researching career paths, making decisions, taking action, and managing careers. It contains specific information on international employment and for PhD/Doctoral Students and Postdoctoral Fellows. The schools worked together to select and vet dozens of websites, podcasts, books, and other resources including a small group of paid career tools which are being funded jointly by the schools and SSEI.
JHU Career Offices
- Johns Hopkins Career Center – career services from the Homewood campus
- Johns Hopkins Medical Professional Development and Career Office – career services for the Bloomberg School, the School of Nursing and the School of Medicine
- Johns Hopkins School of Nursing - career services for School of Nursing students
- Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Career Development Office - career services for Carey students and alumni
- Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies Career Services Office – career services for SAIS students and alumni
- Johns Hopkins Advanced Academic Programs Career Services Office - career services for AAP students
- Johns Hopkins School of Education Career Services Office - career services for School of Education students and alumni
- Johns Hopkins Pre-Professional Advising Office – services for serves current students and alumni pursuing career interests in the healthcare or law professions