Student Employment Services


Student Employment Services

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.

Our office 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.

Our Mission

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.

NSEW – Winners

A BIG THANK YOU to our students, staff and faculty to help us celebrate the National Student Employment Week at JHU. Please follow the link below to meet our winners.

Student Employee of the Year 2019

Supervisor of the Year 2019

Introduction to Student Employment

News & Announcements

  • Student Employees of the Year 2019

    Congratulations to Autumn Hughes and Seema Kacker, our 2019 Student Employees of the Year! Learn more about our award winners.

  • Supervisor of the Year

    Congratulations to the 2019 Supervisor of the Year: Regine Laforest-Sharif, Housing Operations 1. Learn more about the Supervisor of the Year award.

  • National Student Employment Week

    April 8 – 12, 2019

    For details, visit National Student Employment Week

  • Coffee with Colleagues

    Coffee with Colleagues offers HSA staff the opportunity to meet for 30 minutes with a randomly selected colleague.

    For details, visit Coffee with Colleagues

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