Are you a college or master's student considering a PhD in the humanities or social sciences? It's important to know what to expect before embarking on the PhD. Come hear from advanced graduate students who will share their tips and advice on applying for, and surviving and thriving in, graduate school. We'll also discuss essential questions you must ask yourself before committing to the PhD, as well as how to position yourself for a career within or beyond the professoriate after grad school. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
There are many ways graduate students can work with the United Nations, including the Young Professionals Programme, consulting projects, and internships. Learn how you might use your language skills, analytical abilities, values, and competencies to solve global challenges working in the UN System and various UN agencies. Hear from Manuela Morelli, Head of Human Resources Planning and Development at ITU (International Telecommunication Union, UN). Previously Manuela worked in a number of UN Agencies in various Human Resources capacities.... Read more about GSAS: UN Career Chat - Professional in Residence
The life sciences industry has recently been in the international spotlight due to the global pandemic and the race to discover and distribute vaccines. In Massachusetts alone, the life Sciences industry has grown 67% over the last decade (2021 Mass Life Science Employment Outlook Report). While there is a high need for qualified scientists, this fast-growing industry also has a great need for multidisciplinary skills sets for production, quality assurance, management and other business functions. Join us for a panel that looks at career opportunities in biotech beyond the bench.... Read more about Beyond Benchwork: Careers in Life Sciences
Are you a master's or PhD student considering applying to the UN and have questions, or would like to have your resume reviewed? Meet in small groups with Manuela Morelli, Head of Human Resources Planning and Development at ITU (International Telecommunication Union). Previously Manuela worked in a number of different UN Agencies in various Human Resources capacities. Sign up for a 20 minute time slot via Crimson Careers. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
You've heard that networking is the best way to find a great job or internship (it is!), but you may be hesitant to get started. The easiest and most productive way to learn about different career fields and cultivate opportunities, is to meet one-on-one with professionals working in your field of interest. You'd be surprised how welcoming and informative these conversations can be. This interactive, hands-on workshop will demystify the process of networking and give you practical tips on how to actually get out there and network your way into a fabulous job!... Read more about GSAS: The Networked Job Search
Join us for the virtual Diversity Opportunities Fair! Connect with organizations that offer job and internship programs intended for diverse undergraduate and graduate student populations. Learn about opportunities and resources designed to recruit, support, and promote diverse talent.
For more information about this event, including the list of participating organizations, please visit the Diversity Opportunities Fair website.
Have you recently started your graduate degree program? Your G-1 or G-2 year is the perfect time to begin thinking about your own professional development. Graduate school is about more than your academic learning and research—it’s important to build your professional network and skills and to explore many career paths. Learn about the many ways Harvard can help you prepare for future success from the very start! PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.