AAP students are making an impact and utilizing exceptional skills gained from JHU courses during fellowship terms.
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.
Career Services Mission
In the 21st century, huge changes are redefining the nature of work and careers. A guaranteed job after graduation, a job for life with a steady climb up the career ladder and a gold watch at retirement are yesterday’s realities. The average adult will transition in employment many times, either by choice or by force. With Bureau of Labor statistics reporting in 2008 that a typical worker’s tenure with his/her current employer was 4.1 years, it’s conceivable that a current AAP graduate student could expect to change jobs 5–7 times in the course of his/her career(s).
Advanced Academic Programs equips full-time working adults with knowledge essential for advancing their professional careers. Career Services partners with AAP students and equips them with strategies and tactics essential for continued career development and career transition. With a focus on learning job-search skills for a lifetime, AAP students become an active participant in their own continuing career development.
AAP Career Resources
Optimal Resume is a career management tool that provides resources for current AAP students and alumni. You can:
- search for job openings
- create your own professional website to share with network contacts
- practice your interview skills
- review examples of cover letters and resumes
- find a range of job search resources targeted to specific AAP academic programs
- develop a portfolio to market your expertise.
The Associate Director of Career Services is available to help you to:
- develop a focused job search strategy
- create a targeted resume
- develop other self-marketing tools including cover letter materials, portfolio and “pitch”
- improve interviewing skills
- negotiate a job offer
The Associate Director is based in DC and sees students Monday-Wednesday at 1717 Massachusetts Ave NW Suite 104.
The Associate Director visits the Baltimore campus twice a month on alternate Thursdays at Wyman Park 625s.
Montgomery County Campus (MCC)
The Associate Director visits MCC twice a month on alternating Thursdays at Gilchrist Hall in the AAP Biotechnology Suite.
The Associate Director meets with online students Monday-Wednesday via phone or Skype.
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