There are so many paths to international relations work so where do you begin? Have some experience and not sure what to do next? A diverse guest panel with experiences worldwide will share information about their work and discuss ideas and opportunities for a career in international relations. Panelists have experience in areas including human rights, peacebuilding, counter terrorism, communications, media, technology, advocacy, global health, global development, crisis communications, government, entrepreneurship, and more.
Join Jon Danilowicz, Diplomat in Residence for New England, for a career chat on how to enter and navigate a career in the US Department of State. Learn about the Foreign Service, internships, fellowships, and post-graduate opportunities. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Considering the Foreign Service? Applying for a position and have questions? Sign up for an individual 20-minute meeting with Jon Danilowicz from the U.S. Department of State and Diplomat in Residence for New England. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Undergraduates are invited to enjoy food from the African continent as we hear from a diverse guest panel who have worked in various African countries. An informal mixer, following the panel discussion, will offer an excellent opportunity to continue talking with panelists as well as other individuals with experience in Africa. This program is cosponsored by: The Office of Career Services (OCS), The Center for African Studies (CAS), Harvard African Student Association (HASA), and the Harvard Africa Business Investment Club (HABIC).... Read more about Africa: Explore Careers Panel + Mixer