Get Curious

Knowing what inspires, motivates and drives you is a key step in your journey.​

Take a moment to reflect on your skills, interests, values and the world around you.​

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Try this exercise.

Each step has an exercise that you can complete on your own time that will introduce you to the process of thinking through a challenge, opportunity, or curiosity you are facing and may feel stuck. These will pose questions about yourself and prompt you to think about possible actions. These will be a starting point in your journey of each step to help guide you as you navigate resources, meet with career coaches, and design your life!

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Skills & Interests

Inaugural Champions of Map the System Hopkins Announced

Congratulations to the Inaugural Champions of Map the System Hopkins!

The Life Design Lab is thrilled to announce that the team of Dory Bittle, Teja Sathi, Kim Hwang Yeo, and Juliet Zon has been selected as the winners of the 

By Kayla Michael
Kayla Michael
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A Lesson in Pivoting 

By Kate Barrett and Stacey Mitchell

Over the past few weeks, we have reflected deeply and fondly on participating in this year’s Washington, DC Career Trek for international studies (IS) majors sponsored by the Life Design Lab and the Program in International …

By Life Design Lab
Life Design Lab
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Nurturing Tech and Entrepreneurial Spirit: An Intersession Trek to the Bay Area 

Intersession Treks are one of Johns Hopkins University’s Life Design Lab’s signature programs. The staff meticulously craft multiple industry-based, immersive, and credit-bearing experiences, recognizing the profound impact of integrating our Life Design curriculum into real-world contexts. In one of these …

By Caitlin Broccoli
Caitlin Broccoli Assistant Director of Life Design: Computer Science and Electrical & Computer Engineering
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Helpful Tips

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Find a career that aligns with your career interests, see current salary projects, and identify skills you need to apply for that next job or internship.

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Resources

Grow, explore, and discover with Odyssey – our non-credit liberal arts program that has been the region’s lifelong learning partner for …

Through Hopkins at Home, you can now access some of the best of what Hopkins has to offer – from …

Johns Hopkins alumni, your Alumni Association offers a variety of ways for you to continue your scholarly pursuits after graduation. …