Career Services

AAP Career Services Mentor and Mentorship Event

AAP Career Services Mentorship Event

The Mentor and Mentoring Event provided opportunities for AAP students to learn about the challenges and benefits of establishing a mentor relationship. Guidance was provided by a talented and experienced panel on how to formulate a successful mentorship. The participants learned about the various types of mentorships available and how to determine the appropriate type read more…

Byrce Harlow Foundation Fellowship Application Opens

Bryce Harlow Foundation

The Bryce Harlow Foundation, the premier organization in Washington for government advocacy, is now accepting applications for its Bryce Harlow Fellowships. Fellowships are awarded to individuals working full-time, attending graduate school part-time and who anticipate having careers in the field of government relations, lobbying or advocacy. If you are working in the field of government read more…

Presidential Management Fellowship Program Finalists Announced

fellows

The Presidential Management Fellowship Program (PMF) has announced the finalist for 2017 class. There were 6,370 applicants and 417 finalists for the 2017 class. AAP Career Services is proud to announce that AAP has 3 of the finalists. Please join us in congratulating, Alexander C. Ruda Fall 2016 graduate from Applied Economics, Jesse Sloman in read more…

2016 Advanced Academic Programs Career Fair Pictures

2016 AAP Career Fair

Thank you to everyone who visited us at our 2016 Advanced Academic Programs Career Fair on December 6, 2016! Advanced Academic Programs Career Services Advanced Academic Programs Professional Career Services Center Contact: Roni White, Associate Director Email: rwhite77@jhu.edu

AAP Students Are Making an Impact and Utilizing Exceptional Skills Gained from JHU Courses during Fellowship Terms

Bryce Harlow Foundation

Our student, Megan Taylor, MA in Communication, is a recipient of the highly competitive Bryce Harlow Foundation fellowships. Bryce Harlow Foundation has posted a spotlight on Megan Taylor. Since 1985, the Bryce Harlow Foundation has awarded fellowships to highly motivated, part-time graduate students to support them in their pursuit of careers in lobbying, government relations, or public affairs.