Harvard Innovation Lab, 125 Western Avenue, Allston, MA
Join us for the Startup Career Fair! Career fairs and expos are a great way to meet representatives from different types of organizations, to learn about internship and full-time positions, and to discover exciting opportunities within the field. For more information about this event, including the list of participating organizations, please visit the Startup Career Fair website. Harvard ID required for entry.
There truly is no "average" or "typical" premed student! Hear about all the different ways to be premed at Harvard. Learn about all the possible paths to medical school (and the ways to get there such as non-science concentrations!) and how to put together your time at Harvard to have the most enjoyable experience possible while also being premed. This workshop is geared towards first-years and sophomores, but all undergraduates are welcome. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
As a Harvard student, you have access to one of the largest and most influential networks in the world. Yet, for many, the process of networking can be a distressing task. OCS invites you to this practice-based program to learn how to build relationships and connect with people who can help you explore career options and lead you to the type of job or internship you're seeking. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Are you interested in technology, and how it is being used to help developing countries around the world? Hear from professionals who are using technology to benefit the greater good globally in areas like online education for people in emerging markets, information sharing for social impact organizations, designing technology to help address the problems facing education today, and helping NGOs and others use technology and crowd sourcing to implement innovation in areas such as poverty alleviation.... Read more about International Development: Technology Pathways
Thinking about pursuing a career in the legal field? Wondering about various types of law? Hear from a panel of lawyers practicing in corporate and public interest law. Panelists will discuss their career paths, provide insight into what it's like to work in each of these practice areas, and share advice and suggestions for students who are thinking about law school and the legal profession. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Are you a college or master's student considering a PhD in the arts and sciences (i.e. humanities, social sciences, or natural sciences)? 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. Read more about Pursuing the PhD: Myths and Realities
Thinking of taking a gap year? Have you considered spending a year or two in a health-related business setting? Come meet a panel of Harvard alumni who have pursued these options and gone on to apply to medical school. The panelists will share their experiences and insights on how to plan a gap year in the private, for-profit sector and how to manage the medical school application process during those gap years. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Attend this career chat to meet Amy Huang (AB '17), University Innovation Specialist at the Good Food Institute. You'll learn about what GFI does, discuss the case for rethinking the food system, and hear about opportunities for entrepreneurship and science innovation in the food and sustainability space. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
After the career chat, sign up to meet in small groups with Amy Huang (AB '17), University Innovation Specialist at the Good Food Institute. Discuss whatever you are interested in, including what GFI does, the food system, sustainability, and opportunities for entrepreneurship and science innovation within companies in the food and sustainability arena. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.