Do you have experience in writing, journalism, marketing, or student leadership? Looking for a campus job? Enjoy working independently? We’re hiring the next Student Employment Blogger! Send in your application through the SES Job Portal (Job #10471) and this form by May 20. Can’t wait to read your application!
Do you wish you could just skip your spring semester finals and move on to the next adventure? Even though you can’t do that, you can start thinking about what the next semester holds in store. There are already student jobs posted for Fall 2017! Here’s a sampling of what you can apply for today: Office… Continue reading Apply for Fall 2017 jobs!
Congratulations are in order for Conan C. – this junior biomedical engineering major won 2nd place for Student Employee of the Year! Here’s what he has to say about his work as a research assistant in the Mumm Lab at the Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute: Emily H.: How did you get started working at Hopkins? Conan C.: I… Continue reading Meet Conan C. from Wilmer Eye Institute
Just want to let everyone know that there’s FREE ICE CREAM, FREE POPCORN, and tons of other giveaways in the Student Employment Services office all week long! You can get all the deets for each day’s giveaways on Facebook!
Love your student job? Want to win $100??? Nominate your supervisor for Supervisor of the Year before SUNDAY. If they win the title, you win a $100 gift card! Get more info and nominate your supervisor here.
For our first Student Spotlight, I spoke to Zoe D., a senior double majoring in Public Health and Biology with a minor in French. Zoe started working as a Curator and Student Monitor at the Sheridan Libraries’ Department of Special Collections in the Spring of her freshman year after meeting upperclassmen who had worked there. Here’s what she had to say… Continue reading Meet Zoe D. from Special Collections
Hi! My name is Emily and I’m the official blogger for Student Employment Services at Johns Hopkins University. Watch this space for information about student employment and interviews with JHU undergraduates about their experiences working in college. Have a cool campus job? Want to share your workplace wisdom? I’d love to hear from you!