Selected Johns Hopkins University Student Organizations

  • A-Level Capital: student venture capitalists
  • Agara Bio: student run bio lab. We are a student group at the Johns Hopkins University focused on changing the way students and faculty participate in biology.
  • Carey Community Consulting Lab: diverse teams collaborate with community partners to deliver solutions with impact and grow local economies.
  • Cobalt Consulting Group: providing professional managerial consulting services to Johns Hopkins related businesses, including emerging life sciences companies, as well as startups and companies in other business sectors.
  • Enactus: we at Enactus create, advise, and raise capital for social enterprises: businesses that have a positive social impact.
  • Graduate Student Consulting Club: is a student-led organization with an active membership of 1,500+ PhD, MD, and Master’s students and postdocs. Our goal is to provide Johns Hopkins graduate students and staff opportunities to explore and develop themselves in the field of consulting.
  • Johns Hopkins American Marketing Association: strives to foster an atmosphere of collaboration among students, business professionals, and community leaders through joint projects.
  • Johns Hopkins University Product Management Cluba platform to build knowledge, network, and gain hands-on product experience that can aid members, enhance product management skills, and help members become successful product managers delivering socially and economically impactful products.
  • Hopkins Biotech Network: a graduate student run organization across the Johns Hopkins community and beyond working to explore non academic careers for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and early career professionals.
  • Innovation Factory: Carey Business School student entrepreneurs. We energize students by showing them the potential of bringing change, we educate students by bringing them experts from many fields, and we create opportunities for students by offering connections and competitions. 
  • Medical Technology Network at Hopkins: a student-run organization that provides medical device development opportunities and encourages the generation of creative and innovative solutions to current medical problems.
  • TCO Labs: student entrepreneurship club, dedicated to fostering university entrepreneurship and getting students involved in Baltimore’s innovation ecosystem.
  • Undergraduate Consulting Club: to give you the most experience in consulting, the most connections, and the best resume.

JHU Alumni and Friends

Baltimore Networks

  • Baltimore Ecomap: find the resources you need to build your startup, small business, or nonprofit in Charm City
  • Baltimore Development Corporation: is the economic development agency for the City of Baltimore.
  • Blue Jay Syndicate: supporting exceptional JHU founders in building fast-growing businesses
  • Founder City: brings together into one place some of the most essential pillars of the startup community; demos, pitches, capital, mentorship and connection.
  • Greater Baltimore Committee: improving the business climate of the Greater Baltimore region by organizing its corporate and civic leadership to develop solutions to the problems that affect the region’s competitiveness and viability.
  • The LaunchPort: a combined manufacturing and medtech acceleration center located in Baltimore, Maryland for medical startups and innovators.
  • Made in Baltimore: supports makers and manufacturers in Baltimore City, connecting businesses to the tools they need to grow, create jobs, and strengthen our local economy.
  • Open Works: our mission is to make tools, technology, and the knowledge to use them accessible to all. We connect you to manufacturing equipment, space, education, and Baltimore’s largest community of maker professionals.
  • Technical.ly Baltimore: grows local technology communities by connecting organizations and people through news, events and services.
  • Techstars Baltimore: this accelerator is for startups from any sector that are grounded in the values of diversity, led by founders from underestimated communities, or developing technologies that increase access and equity across society.
  • TouchPoint Baltimore: an innovative partnership that has created a neighborhood-based collaboration center developed and funded exclusively with business and private sectors. TouchPoint Baltimore seeks to create highly visible centers with a focus on breaking isolation and creating a mix of social capital.
  • UpSurge Baltimore: equitech is about building an innovation economy where all belong. It’s a force-multiplier, building on the proven benefits of diverse teams, leaders and perspectives.
  • World Trade Center Institute: we strive to drive the growth of Maryland’s flourishing global business community, and today more than 2,500 Maryland firms benefit from WTCI’s global connections, events, programs and services.

Beyond Baltimore

  • The AWE Project: a four day entrepreneurship bootcamp and six month mentorship program to create a community of women entrepreneurs to deliver high impact, high growth wealth creation & positive economic development for their communities.
  • Conscious Venture Lab: a 4 month immersion program aimed at accelerating conscious entrepreneurs to traction and revenue. We invest $100K in purpose driven startups in exchange for 8% equity and the opportunity to become a part of a new community of sustainable businesses, thinkers, mentors and investors.
  • Dorm Room Fund: building a company as a student is really, really hard. We make it easier by giving you a powerful investor network, world-class mentors, and a $20,000 check.
  • MAGIC: building tech communities through cutting edge innovation, entrepreneurial incubation and public education.
  • Maryland Entrepreneur Hub: from funding to talent sources and everything in between, explore over 2,000 resources to build your business in Maryland.
  • MD Business Innovation Association: improving the economy and business environment for entrepreneurs and innovators through member-based resources and services.
  • OnePager: share your pitch deck, demo video, socials and more from a single URL.
  • Innovators of Progress: a competitive opportunity for students to explore entrepreneurship and develop their ideas through customer discovery.
  • Innov8 MD: a coalition of over 15 college & university entrepreneurship leaders, Innov8MD is here to help any student in Maryland launch and grow their startup, small business, or nonprofit.
  • Empowered to Serve: the American Heart Association’s EmPOWERED to Serve platform harnesses the passion of individuals and organizations to overcome barriers to health equity.
  • TEDCO: provides Maryland entrepreneurs with funding, resources and connections that early-stage technology and life sciences companies need to thrive in Maryland.
  • Women in Bio: the world’s largest virtual biotech partnering and education event, convening thousands of global biotech leaders and innovators.