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From career fairs to networking events, internship to full time career roles, professional advice to graduate school options, the Life Design Lab is excited to offer the latest news and information to move our students forward on their life’s journey within and beyond JHU.

Follow this page for all the exciting news happening each season and don’t forget to reach out to your Life Design Educator for more curated assistance.


Spring 2024 Industry Weeks – The Calendar is Out!

Back by popular demand, the Life Design Lab is bringing students six different industry-based industry weeks. Each week will have opportunities to learn more about life as a professional, connect with employers and alumni with great opportunities, and even Explore Tour trips to worksites in the region. Stay tuned in our biweekly newsletters, on our social media channels and here on ImagineJHU for more information.

Schedule Coming Soon.

Schedule Coming Soon.

Schedule Coming Soon.

Schedule Coming Soon.


Summer Experience Scholarships – Applications open February 26

The Life Design Lab is pleased to offer scholarships to Johns Hopkins University undergraduates for summer 2024 experiences, such as unpaid and underpaid internships. Learn more about how you can apply.


Map The System – Call for Coaches and Employers

We’re scouting for leaders to help support our passionate student teams competing in this global competition! Learn more about Map The System and this exciting program.


Handshake is JHU’s premiere platform to register for all events, find drop in hours, view resources, and apply for JHU vetted internships, jobs and other immersive experiences! It’s free for all enrolled students and always up-to-date.

Mentorship is the pinnacle of networking, offering industry insights while opening the door to pointed growth and development. Hopkins students can connect with alumni mentors on OneHop, a platform dedicated to connections with alumni based on industry, interest, location, and identity.

Are you a current full-time JHU student and looking for on-campus jobs? SMILE is the best place to find roles to expand your university network, grow your professional and personal skills, and help you learn more about JHU!

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