Take a Minute: How’s Your Self-Care?

Finding energy, motivation to take your life into your own hands

Article by Clifton E. Shambry Jr., Life Design Educator for Diversity and Inclusion

Are you someone who has been contemplating life choices?  Trying to make sense of things?  Want …

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5 Ways Alumni Can Get Involved with the Life Design Lab

By Madeline Amonick, Communications Assistant, JHU Class of ’21 In our most humble opinion, we have the greatest alumni network in the world! How do we know this? Because we noticed that amazing networking, mentoring, and skill-building happens when we …

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Defining Successful Mentorship w/ Dr. Kevin Frick

Kevin D. Frick, PhD, is a Professor and Vice Dean for Education at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Prior to holding this position he was at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for more than 16 years. …

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What The Best Mentors Do

Being a mentor doesn’t necessarily mean giving advice. As the following article outlines, the best mentors act as a source of ideas and light when confronting serious personal and professional decisions and hurdles.

“The next practice of good mentors is …

By Maren Gonzales
Maren Gonzales Communications Associate
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Corona Careers: Searching for Careers in Public Health

Corona Careers
How to job search during a global pandemic.
 

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Welcome to 2021. The beginning of the year is a good time to review …
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The Future of Scientific Careers

Johns Hopkins Career Services Pro, Kate Bradford, on the future of scientific careers

Kate Bradford: Associate Director of Doctoral and Postdoctoral Career Services at Johns Hopkins University

Like many of us, Kate Bradford has been working from home during the …

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We are Proud to Present the 2021 Supervisor and Student Employees of the Year!

Each year, the University Experiential Learning Department awards an exemplary grad student, undergraduate student, and staff/faculty supervisor nominated for their displays of work ethic and professionalism. This year’s awards ceremony took place virtually. The winning students receive a cash award, …

By Maren Gonzales
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Where to Find People To Network With

By Smiti Nathan, LDE for Physical and Environmental Science You have been probably told that networking is important, especially for forming connections with people in your field. This post offers suggestions on where to find people to network with.

Why are YOU …

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8 Meaningful Professional Development Experiences As A Life Design Educator (So Far)

By Smiti Nathan, Life Design Educator: Physical and Environmental Sciences Since starting as Life Design Educator at Johns Hopkins University, I have had many opportunities to develop professionally. This post details my 8 meaningful professional development experiences as a Life …

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Linkedin Learning Courses to Boost Your Career Growth

By Krasi Shapkarvova, Career Coach at The Carey Business School

While no one can tell you with certainty what your career in five, ten or twenty years will be, specific skills will make you a more attractive candidate. As such, …
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