Career resources

Your career journey starts here

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is pleased to offer many resources to support you in your career.

Three main portals will jumpstart your career search:

Career Courses

The Career Development Office offers three career courses, serving all student populations, that offer strategies and real-time feedback on professional and career development.

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Career Tools

Explore our online resource center, available when and where you need it to build for what’s next in your career.

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Handshake is Carey Business School’s platform to schedule career coaching appointments, register for events, access resources, and apply for internships and jobs. Current students will automatically receive an account upon the start of their academic program once they are enrolled in classes.

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Career development networks

The seven career development networks each focus on a different industry, job function and/or career interest area. Each network is led by certified career coaches and employer relations professionals who are ready to help you set and attain your career goals.

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SMILE: Connecting students with employment opportunities 

SMILE is the University Experiential Learning platform that connects current students to paid campus internships and employment opportunities across Johns Hopkins University. This platform includes paid campus internships and a variety of student jobs, work-study, & non work-study.

Log in to our campus experiential learning platform, SMILE. This platform connects our students to paid campus internships and student jobs. Search for your next opportunity.

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These experiential learning opportunities provide our students the chance to:

  • Gain power skills (success skills)
  • Develop professional networks
  • Sharpen business communication skills
  • Access mentors
  • Experience various work environments
  • Make audacious moves
  • Design their life path

Students (graduate and undergraduate): Apply to positions across all JHU schools and divisions.
Faculty/Staff: Post your paid campus internships and student jobs. Your positions will be accessible to all students university-wide.

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