Student Employment Services
Student Employment Services
Update Regarding COVID-19 Response and Student Employment
Dear Undergraduate Students,
An essential part of Johns Hopkins University’s workforce is made up of the hundreds of students who participate in Student Employment and the Federal Work Study program. Recognizing the importance of student employment and federal work study to a student’s financial picture, the University will continue to compensate its spring undergraduate student workers for their average weekly hours during our announced period of on-line instruction from March 23rd through at least April 12th.
No student should remain in the residence halls for the sole purpose of student employment. Students should not report to work on campus. Remote work is permitted, but students will be paid whether they work or not during this period. Please reach out to your supervisor for guidance.
We highly encourage all student employees to sign up for direct deposit if they have not done so. Below are instructions on how students can select this option.
- Log into your JHED account
- Click the “HR” icon on the left side of the screen
- Click “ESS” (and login again)
- Click on “Payroll Information” ; then “Direct Deposit”
- Click “Edit” in the box that shows your name
- Enter your bank’s routing number
- Enter your NEW Bank Account No. & Re-enter
- Choose account type: Savings or Checking
- Choose payment method: Direct Deposit
- Check disclaimer box and click “review”
- Review information carefully and hit “save”
You will see a message giving you the expected effective date for your Direct Deposit to start.
If you have questions concerning your student employment, please contact your supervisor or Student Employment Services at email@example.com or 410-516-8414.
Working while in college is one of the most universal experiences of college life. Student employment 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. Student Employment Services serves all full-time students of the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering, freshman through PhD candidates, work-study and “non” work-study alike.
To enrich and enhance the overall learning experience of our students by providing part-time work experiences that fosters leadership development, provides transferable life skills, enables career development, and allows for the integration of classroom learning with the work experience.
Important Date & Deadlines
April 6-10, 2020 – National Student Employment Week at JHU
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National Student Employment Week
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For details, visit National Student Employment Week
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