Wondering what public service internships are available this summer and how to find them? Come to this session and hear from the Office of Career Services (OCS), the Institute of Politics (IOP), the Center for Public Interest Careers (CPIC), and the Harvard Global Health Institute (HGHI) about various public service opportunities for the summer. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
The health sciences field is growing, with thriving opportunities at biotechnology and pharmaceutical organizations. Learn more about the impact technology is making on healthcare innovation and gain insight on what it takes to make an impact on the future of healthcare.
For Harvard College students and alumni only: Not sure how to fill out the AMCAS application for medical schools? This webinar is the final workshop in the spring series for students and alumni planning to apply in summer 2019. Note that this workshop is just for students who are about to apply to medical school this summer. We offer this workshop every year so those of you who will be applying next year (or beyond) will be able to join us in the future.... Read more about AMCAS Application Workshop (Webinar)
Join Bridget Chak for small group conversations related to your interests in biology and/or field experiences. Bridget is a researcher and project manager in the Harvard Sabeti Lab at the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology and the Broad Institute. She is involved in genomic and epidemiological research efforts studying Ebola and Lassa Fever in Western Africa. She is also working towards the development of mobile data collection systems for infectious disease surveillance and research in resource-constrained settings. Previously, she studied sex-biased parental investment...
Get HELP to START or RE-START your summer search! There are still plenty of opportunities available. Hear from OCS, the IOP, CPIC, Undergraduate Research & Fellowships, and more about jobs, internships, research, public service, and funding.
Join Harvard College alum Cynthia Ebeid and her husband Philip Beekman over a pizza lunch as they share how their diverse backgrounds led them to the Foreign Service. Learn about working at the U.S. Department of State and navigating the professional and personal challenges of a career in diplomacy. Cynthia is a Consular Officer at the National Visa Center and past Presidential Management Fellow in Political-Military Affairs. Philip is the Diplomat-in-Residence for New England. Previously, he was a Senior Watch Officer at the State Department's Operations Center and a Special Assistant... Read more about Foreign Service Professional in Residence Career Chat
University Lutheran Church, 66 Winthrop St, Cambridge, MA
Artists, writers and musicians have always needed to navigate the gig economy of freelance work and commissions. Learn from Julie Hennrikus (author and founder, Your Ladders) and other creative professionals who will share their personal experiences and strategies for building your platform. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
For Harvard College juniors, seniors, and alumni only: The OCS pre-med advisers will run through all the basic “how-to questions” regarding the application timeline and will discuss such issues as letters of recommendation, the personal statement, the AMCAS application, school selection, secondary applications, what to expect with regard to interviews, how to work with your house pre-med committee, and how to decide whether this is the year for you to apply.... Read more about Medical School Application Process (Webinar)
Juniors and seniors: The OCS pre-med advisers will run through all the basic “how-to questions” regarding the application timeline and will discuss such issues as letters of recommendation, the personal statement, the AMCAS application, school selection, secondary applications, what to expect with regard to interviews, how to work with your house pre-med committee, and how to decide whether this is the year for you to apply.... Read more about Medical School Application Process
Nye ABC Room, Taubman Building (5th Floor), Harvard Kennedy School
Are you a junior or senior thinking about pursuing public service? We encourage you to attend the Careers in Public Service Dinner, featuring table hosts from Harvard’s National Advisory Board for Public Service! Professionals from the fields of environment, advocacy, education, public interest law, nonprofit consulting, public health, international affairs and development, human rights, government, policy, and media will be in attendance to discuss their work and career paths, and to answer your questions and offer advice. Participants will have the opportunity to have a discussion... Read more about Careers in Public Service Dinner
Are you an international student interested in pursuing a job in the US? Learn how to invest your limited time and give yourself the best chance of finding a U.S. job with visa sponsorship. Learn tips for how to overcome shyness and strategies for navigating the U.S. job market. Presented by Dan Beaudry, author of “Power Ties: The International Student’s Guide to Finding Jobs in the United States.” Dan is the former head of campus recruiting at Monster.com and the former Associate Director of Corporate Recruiting at Boston University.... Read more about US Job Search for International Students
Learn to lead your job and internship search with your natural talents. Explore your top five strengths from the management consulting assessment Clifton StrengthsFinder to maximize your performance at work and leverage the talents of others. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND. The deadline to register is Thursday, January 24.
There truly is no "average" or "typical" premed student—especially if you are an athlete! Hear about all the different ways to be premed at Harvard. Learn about all the different tracks in medicine (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 freshmen and sophomore athletes, but all undergraduates are welcome.... Read more about Paths to Medical School for Athletes: Gaining Traction in Pre-Health