Experiential learning co-curricular opportunities
Trade in the classroom for consulting jobs, case competitions, and more to grow your network and gain invaluable insights and experience. Put your business education to work and continue building your leadership skills with co-curricular experiential learning opportunities.
Participate in a business case competition to develop critical business and presentation skills, gain industry experience, and network with experts and potential employers.
An incubator for innovation at Johns Hopkins, the Commercialization Academy connects you with faculty, staff, and students across the university to bring over 300 new ideas to fruition and technologies to market each year.
Lead a consulting project and tackle real problems in partnership with regional nonprofits, start-ups, and small businesses.
Partner with a student organization and use your design thinking skills to plan and oversee an event. Hone your design thinking skills without making a semester-long commitment to a course or club.
At the Hexcite early-stage medical software accelerator, match with Johns Hopkins care providers who have an idea to create and market a software solution that improves patient care. Join a team of graduate students from across Johns Hopkins to engage with the new health technology software from every angle and bring the care provider's innovation to market.
Farms, emergency rooms, and local Baltimore organizations provide the backdrop to put your skills to the test, emerge as a confident, strategic leader, and help local organizations overcome obstacles to increase impact.
Join the six-month experiential lab that simulates the early stages of impact investing. Participate in one-on-one advisory sessions and gain experience evaluating real-world investment opportunities.
Partner with Business Volunteers of Maryland to match with a nonprofit looking for new board members. Through board service, develop leadership skills, build a network within your industry, and make a significant impact at a nonprofit.
Join a student honor society or one of Carey Business School’s more than twenty student organizations.
Pitch your proposed business venture for the opportunity to receive seed money and develop your concept.