Johns Hopkins University
September 25, 2019
Johns Hopkins University is launching a new program to turn its bright, high-achieving students into dedicated staff members whose talents will support the university mission and who will make their homes and launch their careers in Baltimore.
The new Presidential Management Fellowship Program will invite a small cohort of recent JHU graduates to work for the university for one year, starting in July 2020. For the first year of the program, all the fellows will work full time with a salary and benefits in University Administration departments. As a group, they will have a number of opportunities for professional development training, meetings with university leadership, and mentoring. At the end of the program, departments may hire the fellows for permanent positions.
"We have students of exceptional talent and dedication. We would love to see them share that talent and commitment with our institution and our city by putting down roots right here," JHU President Ronald J. Daniels says. "This program will help set the fellows on the course to a successful future and enhance the excellent staff that supports our academic, research, and service mission."
Individuals from undergraduate or graduate programs who completed their degrees in 2019 or will complete them by spring 2020 are encouraged to apply. More information is available on the Student Affairs website.