Career Programming


Our office offers many programs to help you explore your career options, gain career-related skills, and prepare for the job market. View our programs below and check the Events page to find upcoming events.

Academic Job Search

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

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

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

Engage with employers to learn more about opportunities at their company or organization.
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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.
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Finding a Postdoc Week

Series of workshops on finding the right postdoc featuring presentations, faculty panels and webinars with postdoc programs in industry, government and nonprofits.
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Industry Mentorship Program

In this program, you will interview three potential mentors and select one to connect with one hour a month for six months and discuss where you might fit in the biotech or pharma industry and gain feedback on your skills and qualifications.
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Internships

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

The Teaching Academy offers a 3-day bootcamp, monthly workshops and opportunities to teach either at Johns Hopkins or local undergraduate institutions.
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