Now Open! "Now in its eleventh year, the Case Competition is our largest annual event, organized each year in collaboration with the Consulting Club at MIT. Over the course of the two week event, you will work in a team of four to tackle a business case posed by a real client while networking with representatives from top consulting and industry firms. You will have the opportunity to deliver your recommendation at the closing ceremony to the client and a panel of consultant judges; the winning three teams will receive a cash...Read more about Application Deadline: 2019 Harvard / MIT Case Competition [Harvard GSAS Consulting Club Event]
Interested in working in the U.S. after graduation? Ever wonder how being an international student affects your options? Have questions about the available visas? Sign up for office hours with AlienAid, a non-profit dedicated to helping international students think strategically about their futures in the U.S.
When: April 26 - by appointment - please sign up for a half-hour slot ...
Whether you’re on the academic job market now, or you plan to be in coming years, you will benefit from learning first-hand from recent PhDs who have successfully landed academic jobs despite the tight market. Hear job search stories, strategies, and advice from recently hired PhDs who will be working in a variety of academic positions after graduation.
Brandon Bloch, PhD '18 History, Harvard College Fellow
Han Hsien Liew, PhD '18 History and Middle Eastern Studies, Minerva Schools, Keck Graduate Institute
What are the hottest fields hiring PhDs these days? Data analytics and AI! In today’s competitive global economy, organizations are looking for PhDs with personality who can demystify analytics and AI trends into understandable business terms. Come hear from GSAS alum Tom Davenport, who has written 20 books on business analytics, and learn more about where the field is headed and how your data skills can have an impact on your career.... Read more about The Future of Analytics and Artificial Intelligence
Office of Career Services, 54 Dunster Street, Cambridge, MA, 02138, Reading Room
The same design thinking approach used to develop cutting edge technology, products, and spaces can be used to design and build your career. Join us for this day-long workshop created to help you navigate your next career steps. Adapted from the popular Stanford course and book entitled “Designing Your Life,” this hands-on session will give you the tools to make decisions, learn more about your career options, and confidently leverage the Harvard network while prototyping a few different plans for your future. The day will be filled with individual and group activities inspired by the design... Read more about GSAS: Designing Your Life After Harvard