Achieve a Healthy Mix of Work, Personal Life, and Academic Pursuits
The Office of Work, Life and Engagement promotes Johns Hopkins’ commitment to a working and learning environment supportive of its faculty, researchers, administrators, staff, and students in their pursuit of productive and fulfilling professional and personal lives.
Our programs and services focus on creating and sustaining a healthy mix of work, personal life, and academic pursuits—all in an effort to support each person’s need for work-life effectiveness. University and health system employees can access programs and services at no cost as part of your HR benefits package.
From starting and growing a family, to caring for an aging loved one, to helping you through difficult times, we look forward to partnering with you.
Our Services Include:
Oct 15, 2014You are invited to donate $20 to provide a basket of fresh food from local farms to agency-identified families. Deadline to participate is Dec. 5.
Oct 15, 2014Make the holiday season brighter through the Adopt-a-Family/Adopt-a-Senior program. Participants provide gifts, clothing, and grocery gift cards to families, seniors, and adults with disabilities who may not otherwise receive or be able to afford.
Sep 18, 2014Johns Hopkins University is moving forward with plans to build a child care center on the Homewood campus. Downtown Baltimore Child Care Inc. (DBCC) will operate and manage the center for children ranging in age from 10 weeks through 5 years.