Career planning is an evolving process. Below are several resources to help you along, no matter what stage of the career process you’re in.
Looking for a little one-on-one help? Undergraduate alumni can make appointments with a Career Center counselor up to five years after graduation. If you are in the area or would like to participate in a phone appointment, call 410-516-8056.
JHU Career Offices
Many of Johns Hopkins' nine schools have career services available to alumni. For more information, contact your school's career services office:
Krieger School of Arts and Sciences/Whiting School of Engineering
Full time undergraduate and graduate students
Advanced Academic Programs
Contact: Roni White
Bloomberg School of Public Health Office of Career Services
Carey Business School
Professional Career Services
Engineering for Professionals
(Whiting School part-time graduate programs)
Johns Hopkins Medicine Office of Professional Development
Phone: 410-502-2804, email@example.com
Music Entrepreneurship and Career Center
School of Advanced International Studies
Office of Career Services
School of Education
School of Nursing
Career Resource Center
Networking - Get Connected
GoHopOnline.com is a new web-based networking platform dedicated to helping Johns Hopkins alumni connect online with former classmates and like-minded graduates; mentor and coach current students and recent graduates; and expand career connections through insider contacts in top companies.
GoHopOnline.com replaces JHU Connect with a secure space that links alumni with the trusted Johns Hopkins University community. Easy sign-on and sync up with Facebook and LinkedIn lets them quickly connect with the people they need to grow and refine their personal and professional networks. Instagram and Twitter feeds keep alumni updated on Hopkins news, chapters, resources, programs, and more. Activate a profile today at GoHopOnlne.com.
LinkedIn: The Professional Social Network
Career Center Resources for Alumni
The JHU Career Center now provides career counseling to alumni. Career counseling is a service that helps individuals go through the process of career exploration, making a career change, balancing personal and professional goals, as well as providing ongoing support through the job search application process. Career counseling appointments for alumni take place over the phone and are generally 30 minutes in length.
This service is specifically for alumni who graduated in the last five years out of full time programs in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering. To learn more about this service or to make an appointment, please visit the Career Center website.