Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Medical Explorers

Explore Your Potential - Careers in Healthcare!

Have you ever thought about a career in healthcare? Did you know there are dozens of different professions in healthcare that vary from direct patient care to business administration to leadership and management? The Medical Explorers Program offered by Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital will help high school students explore the myriad professions within healthcare. If you have ever thought about a career in healthcare, apply for the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Medical Explorers Program today!

The Medical Explorers Program Will Resume in the Summer of 2024

Weekly Programs Include:

  • Meet our expert panelists across a variety of healthcare professions. Hear about their jobs, ask questions about their day-to-day work, and learn more about a career in healthcare.
  • The Medical Explorers Program will meet on Tuesday afternoons from 4 to 5 p.m. from June 4 to August 13.

Medical Explorer Requirements:

  • Must be at least a sophomore in high school
  • Dues of $50
    • To be paid via check, money order, or cash by the first session. Please contact us if you are experiencing financial hardship.
  • Must be able to commit to attending weekly meetings
  • Parent/legal guardian permission form must be signed
  • Applications due by 05/17/2024

Applications for the summer 2024 program will open in early 2024. Please click here to download Application Form.

Expected Summer 2024 Program


  • June 4: Pediatric Medical Specialties
  • June 11: Pediatric Surgical Specialties
  • June 18: Anesthesia and Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
  • June 25: Nursing
  • July 2: Off
  • July 9: Advanced Practice Nursing
  • July 16: OR nursing and scrub techs
  • July 23: Therapy Services and Rehab
  • July 30: Behavioral Health/Psychology
  • August 6: Social Work and Case Management
  • August 13: Hospital Administration

If you have any questions, please contact the Medical Explorers Program at [email protected].