The Imposter Syndrome is associated with doubting your own accomplishments, feeling like you are inadequate, or attributing your success to luck. Nearly every graduate student experiences this feeling at some point in their professional journey. Come join this roundtable discussion to talk about your experiences and explore ways to overcome these thoughts. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Join us for a webinar featuring Mario Salazar, a current student in the Master of Liberal Arts, Management at Harvard Extension School. Mario is a Vice President at BCW Global. BCW is one of the world’s largest global public relations and communications agencies. Prior to working at BCW, Mario worked on political and issue advocacy campaigns. To participate, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7593223303553833483. Please join at least five minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.
Has the concept of "networking" always seemed like a daunting task? OCS invites you to come learn how to build relationships and connect with others in the ever-growing Harvard network. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Come meet the Harvard pre-health advisers and Pre-Health Peer Liaison PAFs (PPL PAFs) and learn how you can successfully launch your premed or pre-health studies. We will review advising resources at Harvard, how to find health-related and research opportunities , and how to think about your different extracurricular activities.
Harvard students interested in exploring, and gaining experience in, careers in the arts and culture sector can pursue internship opportunities during winter and summer breaks or fall/spring terms. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Thinking about applying for a Ph.D. program in engineering or life/physical sciences? Learn from current graduate students about the struggles and pleasures of graduate school, and gain first-hand advice on choosing a graduate program, successful application strategies, and things you should consider before embarking on this first step in an academic career. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Want to have an expert take a look at your clips and provide some feedback? Please submit up to three 1500-word clips ONE WEEK IN ADVANCE (September 30) to Amy DiGiovine (email@example.com); your clips will be forwarded to a Nieman Fellow, who will meet with you on 10/7 between 4:30-5:30pm for 20 minutes of feedback. LIMITED TO 12 STUDENTS. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.Read more about Nieman Fellows Clip Review Feedback