Student Opportunities

As of July 2017, E²SHI will no longer provide regular postings in this section. However, Johns Hopkins students and postdocs interested in environment and energy related opportunities have ample resources available to them. See below for some ways you can move forward in forging a career path.

Internship Resources

The Center for Social Concern’s Community Impact Internships Program is offered annually to pair JHU undergraduate students with nonprofit organizations and government agencies in Baltimore. 

The Student Outreach Resource Center (SOURCE) helps connect students in the Johns Hopkins Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Public Health to opportunities in Baltimore. 

The US Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy provides a list of resources for students seeking energy-related internships in the government sector. 

Fellowships Support

Undergraduate and graduate students looking for support in locating and applying for fellowships, should contact the National Fellowships Program

Career Support

For career support at the Homewood campus, contact the Career Center. They provide students, postdocs, and alumni opportunities to access support and networks to create key experiences and cultivate career development. They also offer learning communities centered around: STEM and innovation; nonprofit and government; arts, media and marketing; consulting; finance; and public health.

For career support at the East Baltimore campus, contact the Career Services Office

Information for Employers

Employers can post job opportunities in Handshake, the Career Center’s job board for Johns Hopkins students. Visit the JHU Career Center website for information on how employers can post job opportunities.

Employers should also contact the Career Center for other opportunities to share opportunities and recruit students by contacting the Recruiting Team at

Links to Environment and Energy Opportunities

See below for a select list of links to boards for internships, fellowships and jobs in environment and energy related areas.

I think the environment should be put in the category of our national security. Defense of our resources is just as important as defense abroad. Otherwise what is there to defend?
— Robert Redford, Yosemite National Park dedication, 1985