What does your future look like? Learn how Hopkins students take advantage of their access to unparalleled resources and their opportunities to collaborate with world-class faculty—experiences that prepare them for success in a wide variety of dynamic careers.
For the trailblazer
Join the tradition of expedition. Women in STEM programs thrive at Hopkins thanks to our flexible academic culture that encourages diverse perspectives and mentorship from renowned faculty members. Starting their first year, undergrads are part of the larger Hopkins network as well as smaller communities, such as the Women’s Pre-Health Leadership Society, and other student-run organizations. In this session, you’ll hear how STEM students, specifically women, contribute to meaningful research and prepare to solve society’s greatest challenges. Come meet current students who are already making their mark.
For the global leader
Are you interested in learning about different cultures and how they connect? Do you enjoy immersing yourself in new environments and developing a global perspective? Are you eager to affect change through social policy and innovation? Today’s world is more intertwined than ever before, and strong international relations is crucial for all of us as global citizens. As a world-renowned university with campuses around the world, Hopkins offers many opportunities for students to engage in academic study and advocacy that have a global impact. Whether in international studies, global health, politics, foreign affairs, government agencies, or social policy, our students get exposure to important issues and make a difference as undergrads through research, internships, and study abroad.
For the health innovator
Pre-health students at Hopkins are immersed in finding solutions to the world’s most pressing health issues. At the #1 research university, they’re developing the techniques, procedures, and policies that shape the healthcare industry and impact patient care. Join us to hear from current students and faculty or staff about the pre-health advising track, resources in the JHU network, and how our graduates go beyond traditional medical careers to make a lasting impact on society.