‘Tis the season for campus visits! If you’ve been invited for a campus interview, you’ll want to know what to expect and how to prepare! Join this webinar to learn about how to navigate this complex and grueling multi-day interview, including managing time and logistics, conversations with faculty, deans, and students, the job talk and teaching demo, and social gatherings.... Read more about GSAS: Preparing for Campus Visits (Webinar)
Tis the season for campus visits! If you’ve been invited for a campus interview, you’ll want to know what to expect and how to prepare! Join this webinar to learn about how to navigate this complex and grueling multi-day interview, including managing time and logistics, conversations with faculty, deans, and students, the job talk and teaching demo, and social gatherings. ...Read more about GSAS: Preparing for Campus Visits (Webinar)
"For many PhDs and post-docs, solving problems should come naturally. Why, then, is this mindset so seldom applied to the job search, and when interacting with employers?
Alok Gupta left his PhD program in Oceanography to land a string of research and technology-related “dream jobs” before becoming an elite academic and career coach. He did this, at every turn, by adopting a problem-solving mindset and pro-active approach to landing jobs. Find out ways to test and improve...
Involved in the arts? Do you have a great opportunity to pursue your artistic interests or advance your work but need financial support? Artist Development Fellowships provide funding to support student development in the practice of the arts. Come to our Info session for a review of guidelines, advice on the application process, and hear from past Fellows about their experience. The program is co-administered by the Office for the Arts, Office of Postgraduate and National Fellowships, and Office of Career Services and is open to underclassmen and in special instances freshman...
Join us for the Summer Programs & Funding Fair! Meet representatives from various Harvard centers and departments offering domestic and international research, study, internship, volunteer, and funding opportunities at the largest summer planning event of the year. For more information about this event, including the list of participating organizations, please visit the Summer Programs & Funding Fair website. Harvard ID required for entry.
While more and more graduate students are considering a job in consulting after earning their advanced degrees, few people work as a consultant for their entire career. Rather, the job is typically used as a stepping stone to a wide variety of other exciting career opportunities.
Interested in learning where a job in consulting can ultimately lead you?
"Learn about Harvard’s Amgen 10-week intensive summer research program, one of 13 Amgen U.S. programs that support research in biotechnology. The Harvard program includes faculty projects in FAS science departments, SEAS, the Wyss Institute for Biologically-inspired Engineering, and the School of Medicine, open to rising juniors and seniors in biotechnology-related fields."
Harvard Business School and Harvard Law School professor Mihir Desai has spent the last two decades teaching finance to MBA students, law students, executives, and undergraduates with widely varying backgrounds. Professor Desai will lead this engaging session, tackling a range of key topics in finance and discussing his new book How Finance Works. Get answers to questions such as:
What is the “Sell Side” and what is the “Buy Side”?
What is the difference between investment banking and other areas of finance like private equity and...