Carey’s mission to support active duty and veteran students

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School deeply appreciates the sacrifices made by our service members. We are committed to providing a premier education to our nation’s military members during and after their service.

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Making the transition from military service to the civilian world can be a challenge. Like the military, the business world also has its own unique language, which can often be difficult to learn after so many years of speaking one way.

In the military, the mission is the top priority. Business concepts like personal branding, networking, and self-promotion might feel almost dishonorable for individuals trained to put the larger cause above personal gain. Here at Carey, we value those business concepts but we also see devotion to the larger cause as one of the most powerful qualities veterans bring to the table.

Unwavering humanity is a core value at Carey. We strive to advance society and shape leading citizens. That value ties directly into someone who has served–it’s an opportunity to bring their powerful selflessness qualities to not only business school, but their careers after.

Carey provides various resources to support our service members in their transition to a graduate school. Resources like the Carey Student Veteran Network, the Yellow Ribbon program, and the Johns Hopkins Veterans Affinity Network all work to advance careers through networking and provide opportunities for adventure trips, transitional assistance, and service opportunities.

To learn more about Carey’s active military and veteran student resources, please visit our active military and veteran students webpage.

When I separated from the military, the veteran resources group wrapped their arms around me before I even came to school to provide that transition help and then connect me with other veterans that have been through Carey. Tyson Patrick (MBA ’21) Regional Director, DaVita Kidney Care
Army veteran Tyson Patrick ’21 was able to embrace the Carey community before taking classes in the full-time MBA program. Hear more about the support he received from Carey as he transitioned from the military to an MBA and how he is now leveraging his strong connections to grow his network.

Upcoming Carey application deadlines

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