Bloomberg students are excited to connect with a variety of employers this fall! If any of these suit your recruiting needs reach out to the Bloomberg team: JHSPH.CAREERS@JHU.EDU
Information Session: market your company and job opportunities to students by hosting a virtual information session. Information Sessions are typically an hour-long. The Career Services Office can host the Zoom meeting and send targeted emails to promote your event.
Public Health Exchange (PHX) Session: connect with students interested in learning more about your organization through short, individual meetings. Rather than a recruiting event, the PHX Sessions are a way to build your brand and provide students the opportunity to meet with a professional in their field of interest in a less formal, informational interview setting (similar to coffee and chat sessions). PHX Sessions can also be tailored to a specific audience or department within the School. The Career Services Office can host the Zoom meeting (including virtual breakout rooms for conversations) and send targeted emails to promote your event.
“TED” Style Talk: have an alum or employee give a talk about a specific subject matter, pertinent to your organization. These talks are usually one-hour and include time for Q&A. The Career Services Office can host the Zoom meeting and send targeted emails to promote your event.
Career Trek: Host a group of JHSPH students virtually for an informational visit. This unique opportunity would provide students insight into your culture, mission, and
vision. In the past, treks have included a virtual tour of the office, employer presentations, panel discussions, meetings with executives, or Q&A sessions. The Career Services Office can host the Zoom meeting and send targeted emails to promote your event.
Resume Books: Create Resume Books in Handshake for your organization or industry group relevant to your organization. The Career Services Office can set up your virtual book and send resumes once submitted.
Advertise a Job and Internship: Advertise opportunities to JHSPH students and alumni at no cost on Handshake, a career services system used across Hopkins. You can list
full-time and part-time jobs, internships, and fellowships. You can also manage all applications through the system, or direct students to an alternative application site.
Highlights about Johns Hopkins
Bloomberg School of Public Health:
– Ranked No. 1 school of public health by
U.S. News & World Report since 1994
– 2,738 students and 25,000+ alumni
– 26 graduate degree programs (9 master’s,
2 doctoral, 11 combined)
– 10 Departments
– Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
– Environmental Health & Engineering
– Health, Behavior, & Society
– Health Policy & Management
– International Health
– Mental Health
– Molecular Microbiology & Immunology
– Population, Family, & Reproductive Health