Student Announcements

Student Employment+Internships

Seeking Blue Jays of all backgrounds to work at the JHU Phonathon
Benefits include networking with the JHU community, honing communication skills, and raising funds that help support your college experience
Gap year opportunity: JHH Medical Affairs Internship
This is a yearlong, paid, full-time position aimed at highly motivated individuals who are pursuing a career in medicine and are looking for a gap-year opportunity
Win $50: Nominate your supervisor for Employer of the Year
All supervisors nominated and the student who nominates them will be invited to the annual Student Employment Awards Ceremony in April during National Student Employment Week
Humanities PhD Internship Program
The program provides selected students in the humanities and social sciences with funding external to their department to conduct work over the summer in the nonacademic realm
AGHI Graduate Research Fellowship call for applications
AGHI is now accepting applications from PhD students in the 10 humanities departments in KSAS, as well as the Anthropology, Political Theory, and History of Medicine programs, to become AGHI Graduate Research Fellows.
Call for applications: PhD in Interdisciplinary Humanistic Studies Program
This new doctoral program, funded by a grant from the Mellon Foundation, aims to facilitate the investigation of topics and problems that benefit from the insights of two disciplines
Now hiring philanthropy engagement representatives
Seeking Blue Jays of all backgrounds to work for the Hopkins Phonathon
HOUR: Info sessions for CIRCUIT research award
All undergraduates, from all majors, are eligible for this program, which provides mentoring, access to cutting-edge research opportunities, and a generous stipend
Additional first-year mentors needed
The mentors, who must be sophomore year and above, are needed to help with the onboarding of first-year students this spring
Now hiring philanthropy engagement representatives
Students have the chance to raise funds to support their JHU experience, network, hone communication skills, and build their resume