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The Career Lab fosters exploration and learning related to professional development - a lifelong journey which requires continual CARE. The Career Lab creates opportunities for students and alumni to:

Connect, Activate, Reflect, Evolve Connect with your peers, alumni, staff, and faculty to engage in a nursing community that inspires you to discover possibilities.

Activate your knowledge, skills, and passion to take next steps forward in pursuing the best fit for where you are in this moment.

Reflect on your present and past experiences and stay open to opportunities as you imagine the future. 

Evolve by remaining curious and agile as you explore options which promote continued professional growth.

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Having a relationship with the Career Lab was helpful for my nursing career in so many ways… Everyone was kind and knowledgeable about what we as Hopkins nursing students have to offer when it comes to our education and using that when applying for jobs after graduation.

- Haley Freilino, MSN Entry ‘19

[They] truly care about their students and want them to succeed! I worked closely with the Career Lab during my MSN [program] and was very impressed. I received career guidance, cover letter and resume edits, interview prep, and countless valuable connections that aligned with my career interests. [They are] extremely knowledge and amazing at coaching students. This was evident when I was able to secure multiple offers at top tier hospitals before graduating from the [program].

- Shweta Gohil MSN Entry ’19 & DNP Candidate