Forever a Hopkins Engineer

Hopkins Engineering alumni are active, valued members of the school community and are deeply involved with the school. Whether on the Homewood campus or around the world, they continue to play a vital role in our students’ lives.

Stay Connected

No matter where you are, our powerful network can help you connect with old friends, network with professionals in your field, and guide students' in their academic and professional journeys.

The Power of the Network

Connect with Hopkins Engineering alumni and broaden your professional and personal networks.

Engage With Current Students

Help students achieve their goals through mentorships, internships, career-focused events, and more.

Advance Our Mission

Support our students, honor our faculty, enable discoveries, and create world-changing opportunities.

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OneHop Alumni is your one stop for career, community, and connection with Johns Hopkins alumni.

Alumni Making an Impact

  • Photograph of Paul Vallejo playing at a concert with his band Pinkshift

    Punk Band with a Strong Work Ethic

    When Paul Vallejo ’19, MS ’22, first talked with fellow Hopkins undergrad Ashrita Kumar about forming a band in 2018, he expected music to be a hobby between classes. Five years later, they’re striking out on their second cross-country tour.

  • Photograph of alumna Michaelyn Thomas smiling for the camera.

    Making Earth a Better Place

    Space systems expert Michaelyn Thomas MS ’21 embraces the potential of using space for good. In January 2022, she joined the U.S. Space Force—the Armed Forces’ newest branch created to organize, train, and equip space forces to protect U.S. and allied interests in space.

  • Alumnus Mohan Dangi works with a team to manage waste on the streets of a town in Nepal.

    Taking Garbage Out of the Streets

    When Mohan B. Dangi PhD ’09 was walking in the capital city of Kathmandu, he noticed that alongside the medieval-era houses were piles of garbage left to putrefy in the streets. In inspired him to pivot the focus of his career.

  • Photograph of David Gibbs in a collared shirt smiling at the camera.

    Made-to-order Career Advice

    For David Gibbs ’85, the chief executive officer of Yum Brands, no two days ever look the same. And that’s the way he likes it. “One reason I’ve stayed with Yum Brands for 33 years is that I’m constantly learning and growing, and there’s tremendous diversity in what I do each day,” Gibbs says.

I have no idea what my career will look like in 20 years, and that’s by design… But exciting things find me, as I found Johns Hopkins.

A headshot of Phyllis Schneck wearing a black coat and a pearl necklace. Phyllis Schneck ’92, MS 93, Computer Science Former Chief Cybersecurity Official, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Continuing Education

Engineering for Professionals

If you want to expand your knowledge, but aren’t quite ready to commit to a master’s degree in engineering, you’ve got options. Take a course or earn a graduate or post-master’s certificate through Johns Hopkins’ Engineering for Professionals program.

Other Opportunities

As a member of the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association, you receive discounts on some of the fee-based programs operated by Johns Hopkins.