Welcome to the JHM Professional Development and Career Office, Johns Hopkins East Baltimore Campus.

Our office provides professional development and career services to graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, and Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Services include: one on one career counselling appointments, grant writing workshops, career fairs, resume advice, LinkedIn clinics, mock interviews, and more. It is never too early or too late to start preparing for your future.

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Upcoming Events

Career Development
Career Communities

OPTIONS career communities combine career awareness, skill building and networking to explore six different job families.

Career Clinic

Hands-on workshops focused on the non-academic job search that include topics like LinkedIn, resumes, interviewing skills and negotiating offers.

Teaching Academy

Offers bootcamps, workshops and opportunities to teach at JHU or local undergraduate institutions.

Career Panels

Career awareness events featuring PhD-level professionals in various careers sharing insights into what they do day to day and how they transitioned into their career.

Career Fairs


Engage with employers to learn more about opportunities at their company or organization.

Internships

The Biomedical Career Initiative offers 3-month internship opportunities in industry, consulting, patent law, science policy, business and communication.

Industry Mentorship Program

The JHU Biotech/Pharma Industry Mentor Match Program offers Johns Hopkins PhD students and postdoctoral fellows the opportunity to select a mentor from a group of experienced professionals, the majority of whom biopharmaceutical industry, academic, and regulatory professionals.

Finding a PostDoc Week

Presentations, faculty panels and webinars on finding the right postdoc with postdoc programs in academia, industry, government and nonprofits.

Academic Job Search

Fall series that includes faculty panels and workshops about the academic job search time line, the CV and cover letter, writing research and teaching statements and negotiating your start-up package.

Career Tracks

An online community dedicated to non-academic and non-faculty careers for PhDs in STEM fields, the humanities, and social sciences.

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