Learn as an intern

Learn as an intern


The Commercialization Academy | Career Centers

 

Interested in becoming an entrepreneur or better understanding how innovative research turns into commercial opportunities?

Johns Hopkins provides and connects motivated undergraduate and graduate students, Ph.D. candidates and postdoctoral fellows with internships and fellowships that provide valuable hands-on experiences.

 

The Commercialization Academy


JHTV’s Commercialization Academy provides experiential learning opportunities to select graduate and undergraduate students interested in commercial assessment, intellectual property management, agreement monitoring and other related areas.

In addition to exposing fellows to emerging technologies and commercialization pathways, the program’s curriculum includes networking and career exploration opportunities.

Eligibility
Full-time undergraduate and master’s students, Ph.D. candidates and postdoctoral fellows who are U.S. citizens

Time commitment
Approximately eight hours per week. Fellows are compensated for their time.

Application deadline
Recruitment cycle occurs each fall, but those interested can submit a cover letter and resume to ca@jhu.edu any time.

Learn more

Questions? Email the Commercialization Academy (ca@jhu.edu).

 

Career Centers


From health care to IT to ed tech to manufacturing to social ventures, Baltimore has a tremendous portfolio of startups disrupting markets. If you have an interest in entrepreneurship, you may want to experience the day-to-day operations that go into building a business.

The Johns Hopkins University Career Center helps Johns Hopkins University students find internships at Johns Hopkins startups as well as others around Baltimore.

 

The Career Development Office at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School is committed to bringing together students, alumni and employers to create lasting relationships that benefit all.

 

The JHM Professional Development and Career Office provides students, fellows and junior faculty in the schools of medicine, public health and nursing with insights about careers in technology transfer, positions with startups and more.