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Office of Student Affairs

Career Services

We help graduates make a powerful impact in public health by connecting them to opportunities beyond the classroom for experiential learning and to public health employers and networks.

Services Overview

Ninety percent of Bloomberg School students are employed (full-time or part-time; or in a fellowship, internship, or residency) after graduation, and the Career Services Office helps make that happen. From prospective students curious about where a degree in public health might take them to employers looking to hire a recent Bloomberg School grad, the Office's specialists are available to offer assistance.

Career Services provides resources and guidance, including:

  • Personal career and life-design planning for students and alumni
  • Career workshops and events throughout the year
  • A comprehensive Career Planner with resume templates
  • Exclusive access to sponsored career resources
  • An outstanding Public Health Career Fair, held each spring
  • A robust database of public health jobs and internships
  • Information about public health employers


We offer tools, services, and resources to help students and alumni design and pursue their own path in public health. All students and alumni have access to the Career Services Office staff.

Career Planning

The Public Health Career Fair

Bloomberg School students, prospects, and alumni and all public health job seekers are invited to attend our Public Health Career Fair in March each year. It's the ideal venue to meet employers, learn about opportunities, and network with peers in the field.

Career Fair

Internships and Fellowships

Many organizations offer internships and fellowships for Bloomberg School students and alumni. These opportunities are available at the local, national, and international levels.



Find Internships and Fellowships

Employers Start Here

Explore diverse opportunities to meet and recruit top talent in public health. Host a virtual information session, career trek or job talk. Learn how to participate in the annual Public Health Career Fair.



Employer Information

Prospective Students: We Have Career-Design Tools For You

We welcome prospective students to engage with our staff, students, alumni, and resources to understand the full scope of experiential opportunities available at the School and pathways after graduation.

Tap into the resources below, and reach out to the Career Services team any time.

Contact Us

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Career Services Office
615 N. Wolfe Street, W1600
Baltimore, MD 21205
Office Hours:  9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

NOTE:  The Career Services Office will be continuing to operate as a 100% virtual office for the 2024-2025 academic year. If you would like to connect with a Career Services staff member, visit the "Connect with the Career Services Office" page.