Repeats every week every Saturday until Sat Apr 24 2021 .
11:00am to 1:00pm
From the Harvard Alumni for Global Women's Empowerment (Harvard GlobalWE):
A two-part event featuring organizations empowering women and girls in health and education.
Saturday, April 17, 11:00am-1:00pm ET: Health-focused organizations Saturday, April 24, 11:00am-1:00pm ET: Education-focused organizations
Each part of the Expo will feature a panel discussion with leaders of women's empowerment organizations followed by breakout sessions in which attendees can learn about additional organizations serving women and girls around the world and how...
A panel discussion with three mental health providers who will share concrete tips on how to start a private practice. Due to a combined public health and social crisis, the demand for mental health services is exploding, outpacing existing resources. Harvard Alumni for Mental Health brings you The Professional...
"The Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies (CES) is is hosting the CES Virtual Professional Development Series on Fridays chaired by Vassilis Coutifaris. This Friday’s interactive seminar is open to Harvard undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in careers at international organizations, the private sector, and...
What are the hottest fields hiring those with computational master’s and PhD degrees these days? Business analytics and AI! In today’s competitive global economy, organizations are looking for advanced-degree graduates with personality who can demystify analytics and AI trends into understandable business terms. Come hear from GSAS alum Tom Davenport, who has written 7 books on business analytics, big data, and AI, and learn more about where the field is headed and how your data skills can have an impact on your career.... Read more about GSAS: Careers in Data Analytics and A.I.
"Boston University Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies & U.S. State Department Diplomat-in-Residence for New England proudly present Diverse Diplomacy: Women and Careers at the US State Department, a distinguished panel of women of color featuring U.S. Ambassador to Haiti, Michele J. Sison.
Amb. Michele Sison, U.S. Ambassador to Haiti, Career Ambassador
Melissa Ledesma-Leese, Deputy Advisor for Diversity & Inclusion, Bureau of Global Talent Management
"Seminar on Careers in International Affairs (virtual)
Friday, March 12, 11:00am to 12:00pm EST
This interactive seminar is open to Harvard undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in international careers at think tanks, international organizations, and the private sector! It will not be recorded and I will keep it as interactive as possible with a particular focus on giving the opportunity...
Looking for a summer internship or full-time job? Don't miss this unique opportunity to meet top employers from various industries at the Ivy+ Just in Time Virtual Career Fair coming up on April 7. Employers will be eager to meet you as they share information about currently available internships and full-time roles for...
Join the Office for the Arts and undergraduate student QuInterns at the Office for BGLTQ Student Life for a conversation with Becca McCharen-Tran, founder of the fashion label Chromat, which explores the intersection of identity, architecture, fashion, and technology using innovative design and cutting-edge technical fabrics. Chromat is committed to all shapes and sizes through perfectly fitting garments for every type of body. Here’s what Chromat says...
Three Harvard alums will share the secrets behind a successful career in book publishing. They’ll discuss how to get started, how they acquire the right books, how they work with agents and authors, and how they anticipate readers’ tastes. Mather House writer-in-residence Keith Raffel will moderate the discussion with: ...
Have you ever dreamed of working in the field of marine biology and in particular with marine animals ? Come meet the team at Island Dolphin Care who provide animal-assisted therapy to children and adults with special needs. Through dolphin interactive programs, education, and research, participants learn to value and respect marine mammals and their environment. Career opportunities include therapists, animal behaviorists, marine biologists, veterinarians, and educators.... Read more about Marine Biology Education Career Chat - Dolphin Edition
Join us for a webinar featuring Andy Dupertuis, startup founder, former Director and Senior Principal PM at Microsoft, and HES ALB to learn practical and useful things you can do to pursue a career technology. Andy will provide a framework to compare your goals to a career in tech; outline roles that do not require a tech or engineering background, their career progression, and a day in the life. The webinar will also explore resume and interview advice, and how to position the Harvard Extension School experience and degree. To participate, pre-register at ... Read more about HES: Careers in Technology for Liberal Arts Students
Have you been thinking about how to leverage your degree or certificate in your current workplace? Do you want to learn helpful ways to navigate potential career paths within your organization? Join this session as we explore how to begin your internal job search, have a conversation with your manager and creating and leveraging your internal network. Presented by Kathy Baron, Vice President, Growth Initiatives Pearl Meyer Partners, formerly Director, Workforce Planning & Talent Mobility Harvard University. To participate, pre-register at ... Read more about HES: Leveraging Your Degree or Certificate for Internal Career Mobility
"Are you a student who happens to have a disability? Join Lime Connect to learn more about the opportunities available to jump start your career! Lime’s Director of Engagement will be on campus to discuss The Lime Network, The Lime Connect Fellowship Program, internship and career opportunities, scholarships and more! Learn about what Lime Connect has to offer and get answers to your questions about disclosure and accommodations. This is an event you won’t want to miss!
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