Questions about Hopkins - page 3
Hi, I will be a new grad in May 09 and am interested in applying to Hopkins. I do not currently live in Baltimore so I am hoping someone can help me distinguish between their 3 branches: Bayview Medical Center, Howard County and... Read More
- 0Apr 19, '09 by SciFi ChickHi, the last thing i heard about Hopkins is that they have a hiring freeze in many departments. New grads are having a hard time finding jobs (i know people graduating from hopkins this year). I agree with people on this board that you should contact people in departments and find out whos hiring. Good luck to you.
- 0Nov 20, '09 by katherine100Quote from litebrightgirlTowson and White Marsh...won't that will end up being about an hour's dirve to work? Unless JH has other outpatient sites near those areas.I grew up in Maryland. John Hopkins in Baltimore is a great hospital. It's located in a bad neighborhood so I wouldn't recommend living anywhere in the city. However Baltimore County west is great. Suburban area. Look for places in White Marsh, Windsor Mill, Towson, etc. Visit these places first. Also Anne Arundel County is good too and not far from the city.Last edit by katherine100 on Nov 20, '09 : Reason: ...
- 0Nov 21, '09 by Jules AQuote from kmcleodIt depends on when you are going to work but White Marsh is only about 15 minutes away. BTW for someone that likes city living there are many nice city neighborhoods in Baltimore. Federal Hill, Locust Point, Fells Point, Canton and Hampden to name a few.Towson and White Marsh...won't that will end up being about an hour's dirve to work? Unless JH has other outpatient sites near those areas.