Apply for a Bloomberg JHSPH Mentor!

Rolling deadline: first-come, first-serve basis
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Public Health Connection is designed to help Johns Hopkins undergraduates connect to graduates at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, and navigate their career options in public health. 

Mentee Expectations
entees are expected to maintain initiative for communication with their mentors and to be reasonable in their expectations of mentors’ time and availability. Mentees will have the opportunity to provide valuable feedback regarding their experience to the program committee via formal surveys as well as informal, ongoing assessments. Mentees are expected to attend a kick-off event in late October and another event in late April. 

Mentor Expectations
Mentors are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner consistent with the status of a Bloomberg School graduate student at all times. Mentors are also expected to serve as a resource for the mentee that is assigned to you to the best of your ability. Although there is no definitive time requirement, we suggest that a minimum of 1-3 hours per month be used for communication with the assigned mentee. Mentors are also expected to attend a kick-off event in late October and another event in late April. 

The program is run through a collaboration between the JHSPH Student Assembly and Public Health Student Forum, with guidance from the MPH Office at JHSPH and the Public Health Studies Office at the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences.