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Career Services

 
For Students
Students

Services for current students, prospective students and alumni.

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For Faculty & Staff
Faculty and Staff

Advice for current faculty and staff looking to hire students.

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For Employers
Employers

Tips for employers interested in recruiting Bloomberg School grads.

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Upcoming Events
Friday, May 15, 2020
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Co-Sponsored by ASPPH
 

UPDATE: The Career Services Office remains OPEN and we are available to meet with you virtually.

  1. If you would like to schedule a virtual session with a Career Coach, please contact Paul Hutchinson paul.hutchinson@jhu.edu or Caroline Kelly ckelly47@jhu.edu.
  2. In addition, Career Services is now offering virtual drop-in hours on Tuesdays with Paul Hutchinson from 10 am-12 pm and Thursdays with Caroline Kelly from 1 pm-3 pm. Please visit the Handshake “Events” section to register.
  3. We are asking you to complete a quick, 1 minute survey to tell us what impact COVID-19 is having on you and if there is any immediate assistance we can provide from our office to help.
  4. Hear stories from Bloomberg alumni who are on the frontlines of COVID-19.

Whether you are a prospective student curious about where a degree in public health might take you or an employer looking to hire a recent graduate, the Career Services Office provides valuable resources to assist you in the process. Specifically, the Bloomberg School’s Career Services Office provides:

You can always contact the Career Services Office directly by email at JHSPH.Careers@jhu.edu or call at 410-955-3034. To set up an appointment with a career coach, you can log into your Handshake account or contact the office directly. If you have additional questions about public health careers, you can also contact current students or faculty here at the Bloomberg School.

Get to Know the Career Services Office (Spring 2020) virtual recording

The Career Services Office at the Bloomberg School helps students, alumni, faculty, staff and employers navigate the world of public health jobs.