The Latest on TimesheetX

On June 6th, TimesheetX will be the ONLY accepted form of weekly timesheet submissions for student workers enrolled at the following schools. All other forms of time keeping and entering will no longer be accepted for payment.

  • School of Nursing
  • School of Advanced International Studies
  • Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • Carey Business School

Fast Facts Sessions for Students and Staff

Students – Monday 5/16
Staff – Thursday 5/26

Find all user guides and the TimesheetX portal here.

Students: Any inquiries, access this form here.

NEW I-9 Protocol

Significant changes have been made to the protocol for completing Form I-9. Please visit Form I-9 page for details.

NEW! Login below to our campus experiential learning platform, SMILE. This platform connects our students to paid campus internships and student jobs.

Students (grad/undergrad): Search for your next opportunity. Apply to positions across all JHU schools and divisions.

Faculty/Staff: Post your paid campus internships and student jobs. Your positions will be accessible to all students university-wide.

Let’s Get Started!

SMILE

Although University Experiential Learning at Homewood is physically closed in accordance with the guidelines from Johns Hopkins University, the state of Maryland and the CDC due to COVID-19, we will continue to serve you remotely.

Questions and Concerns

We can be reached by phone at (410) 516-8414 during normal business hours only – Monday thru Friday from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm. After business hours, please contact us by email at stujob@jhu.edu.

Your Paycheck

Effective immediately, student employee checks are not available for pickup and will be mailed to students. Please make sure your address is updated and accurate in ESS. We encourage all students to sign up for direct deposit immediately.

Working while in college is one of the most universal experiences of college life. University Experiential Learning offers the opportunity to explore career options, obtain transferable skills, work with faculty and staff who understand student life, and helps to ease financial burdens. University Experiential Learning serves all JHU students work-study and “non” work-study alike.

Our Mission

To enrich and enhance the overall learning experience of our students by providing part-time work experiences and paid campus internships that foster leadership development, provides transferable life skills, enables career development, and allows for the integration of classroom learning with the work experience.