Life Design Lab at Homewood
Life Design Lab at Homewood
Welcome! The Life Design Lab at Homewood (formerly the Homewood Career Center) supports and serves all Krieger and Whiting undergraduates and masters students, regardless of post-graduate plans. Life design educators are embedded within academic departments and centers across the Whiting School of Engineering and Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, which allows students to more easily access life design programs and courses, experiential learning, and connections with alumni and employers.
Meet your Life Design Educator
Find Your Life Design Educator today!
Every undergraduate department and major has an affiliated staff member to help students find inspiration, connect with alumni and reach their post-graduate goals. Find yours and their office hours now.
Start Finding Opportunities
Log into Handshake Use your JHED id to get connected to companies.
Explore your Career Interests Figure out how what you like can become your full-time job with these resources
Join a Career Academy Each industry-specific academy has basic timelines to help you find your dream career.
Develop your Skills Find out how to build a resume, write a cover letter, and network to find internship and job opportunities.)
Life Design Office Hours
Peer Advisor Office Hours Spring 2020
11:00am – 2:00pm daily, Student Services Space (Wyman, 2 West)
Life Design Educator Office Hours Spring 2020
Our Life Design Educators are nested within majors and departments across both Whiting and Krieger. Find their office hours in Handshake events.
February 28, 2020
Pre-health Professional Identity Exploration at the Art Museum
March 6, 2020
Pre-health Professional Identity Exploration at the Art Museum-march6
News & Announcements
Kush Mansuria: Teaching English in Indonesia
In July, other 2019 grads were a couple months into their first job or preparing for graduate school. Kush Mansuria, A&S’19, was boarding a plane for Indonesia, ready to explore. Kush is a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Kudus, Central Java Indonesia: a place he’s never been, speaking a language
Paid InBaltimore Internships this February
Looking for a PAID internship this summer? Local companies are recruiting JHU students of all years for paid, 10-week internships with nonprofits and startups in Baltimore City. Meet the companies on Feb. 5, 11:30-2, in the Glass Pavilion to learn about their internships and be better prepared to apply for
Parents Help Students Intern in Finance
Junior Anthony Wu (Applied Math and Statistics and Computer Science) kept an open mind when looking for summer internships last year. He ended up with a parent-sponsored internship at National Australia Bank that gave him wide experience, more tech skills, and leverage to take big steps this year. Anthony’s finance
Learning to Life Design
This summer, I had the pleasure of attending the Design Your Life Studio at Stanford University. For four days I immersed myself in DYL practices with colleagues from JHU Carey School of Business and SAIS, as well as with educators from across the US and around the world. What is
Research stories: Yossef Baidi, Sfanos Lab
Yossef Baidi, a recent Chemistry graduate, spent his senior year delving into cancer research at the Sfanos Lab. This research was partially funded through one of our grants, which will re-open in fall. He works as a research associate in the Neal lab within the Cancer Program at the Broad
FAQ: asking for more work at my internship
All internships (and jobs) have some downtime, but you want to make the most of your time there. It can make a good impression to ask for more work or to be involved in different projects. Asking your supervisor for more assignments can be intimidating. Follow these tips to learn