Have you heard about consulting, but aren't sure what that really is? Wondering what is the life of a management consultant is really like? Join a panel of experts to learn more about the role of a management consultant and how to decide if it's the right career fit for you. PLEASE REGISTER THROUGH CRIMSON CAREERS TO ATTEND.
Join us for the Business & Technology 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 Business & Technology Fair website.
Harvard ID required for entry.
Curious about opportunities in finance beyond investment banking? Join our panel of finance professionals from fields such as venture capital, hedge funds, private equity, and asset management, as they discuss the ins and outs of working in these areas and how to pursue an opportunity in financial services. PLEASE REGISTER THROUGH CRIMSON CAREERS TO ATTEND.
Want to sharpen your quantitative skills in preparation for management consulting interviews? This workshop focuses specifically on teaching the quantitative skills you’ll need to succeed in these interviews. You will learn techniques to do calculations quickly without using a calculator, solve percentage growth problems, and handle market sizing and estimation questions. Workshop facilitator Matthew Tambiah is a former McKinsey consultant and has a Bachelor’s in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Harvard and an MBA from MIT Sloan.... Read more about Fast Math
Harvard students are encouraged to attend this annual event each February. Note that organizers may have a deadline for students to submit resumes to participating employers in advance of the event in order to be eligible for on-site interviews.
This Japanese-English bilingual career fair takes place each November. Though largely Japan-based opportunities, some multinational organizations now use this event to find candidates for their larger Asia-Pacific (APAC) operations.