If you’re looking for an exciting summer job, look no further than Mason Hall. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is accepting applications for summer Tour Guides (SES Job Portal Number 10456) and Office Assistants (SES Job Portal Number 10449). Here’s what you need to know about working in admissions over the summer: 1. There’s so much to… Continue reading Work for Undergraduate Admissions this summer!
Still looking for a summer job? Thinking about staying in Baltimore? Many employers across Hopkins campuses are looking for undergraduate students to work for them over the summer. Here’s the low-down on two internships with HopkinsLEAD, one of the pre-orientation programs offered to incoming freshmen in the fall: Logistics & Communications Intern (1 opening) –… Continue reading Work on campus this summer with HopkinsLEAD!
When you think of student jobs, you probably think of sitting in an office or a lab somewhere, wearing a professional outfit or a lab coat. However, some students (including yours truly) are getting paid to sit on their couch with their computer, wearing pajamas and eating popcorn. Yes, really. When you work remotely, you still… Continue reading The 3 Biggest Perks About Working Remotely
Johns Hopkins is America’s first research university, so it’s no surprise that one of the most common undergraduate student jobs is working as a research assistant. You may not want to spend your postgraduate career cooped up in a lab (though maybe you do! This is Hopkins after all), but working as a research assistant will… Continue reading How can your Research Assistant experience help you land an internship?
One of the most common campus positions available to undergraduates is the role of an office or administrative assistant. Although a wide variety of students, from engineers to English majors, serve in these roles during their time at Hopkins, many people don’t realize how valuable this kind of experience can be for developing professional skills.… Continue reading How can your Office Assistant experience help you land an internship?
It’s no secret that Hopkins undergrads on the pre-med or other pre-health tracks have a lot on their plate. Between heavy course loads, prepping for the MCAT, and everything else you need to do to apply to medical school, there’s a lot of pressure to do things the “right” way, whatever that means. When it comes… Continue reading Advice for Pre-Meds with Campus Jobs
Johns Hopkins is America’s first research university, so it’s only natural that many students here want to get involved in research. While the Student Employment Services Job Search Portal features some research listings, there are many other avenues you can take to land a research position, either for credit towards your degree or for pay. If… Continue reading 3 Things That Research Job-Seekers Need To Know