The Johns Hopkins University Senior Faculty Transition Program is a voluntary, limited, one-time incentive program being offered by participating JHU Schools to eligible full-time tenured faculty. Faculty who elect to participate in the Transition Program will receive a financial incentive package designed to facilitate and support their transition from employment with the University.
The Incentive Package includes:
In addition to financial incentives, participants will be eligible for membership in the Academy at Johns Hopkins, which supports the continued research, teaching and service of retired faculty. The university is committed to developing a new location and expanded programming for the Homewood Academy of retired faculty members at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library, as a complement to the East Baltimore Academy Facility in the William H. Welch Medical Library. More information about the Homewood Academy will be announced soon.
Our series of webinars and on-line resources—offered to faculty, staff, and bargaining unit members who are ages 55 and older or five years from retiring—will help you better plan for retirement. Learn about JHU retiree benefits, financial and legal planning, social considerations, Social Security, Medicare, and other aspects of retirement.
Eligible faculty who participate may select a retirement date that falls at any time between July 1, 2021 and June 30, 2022, and must completely retire by June 30, 2022.
Program participants must meet all of the following requirements to be eligible:
Faculty who wish to participate in the Transition Program should contact Jennifer Van Beek, Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.