Employers are increasingly seeking candidates who are "career ready": able to articulate and use their talents, interests, and strengths. In this session you'll learn about the specific skills employers are seeking, and how you can develop those skills and illustrate them in your documents and interviews. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Interested in teaching, curriculum development, administration, higher education, K-12 education, or international relations? Meet Caitlin Moore, Executive Director of the UNAGB (United Nations Association of Greater Boston) and learn about various pathways you can pursue in education. A graduate of Harvard Graduate School of Education, Caitlin taught middle school social studies, was a Dean of Curriculum and Instruction, led a Model UN club, and taught Model UN in her classroom. At UNAGB, Caitlin has led the growth of the organization's K-12 Model UN program, first as the...
First impressions count! Market yourself and gain an edge in today's job market by learning how to write an effective resume and cover letter. From writing effective accomplishment statements to deciding what to include and what to leave out, this workshop discusses, step by step, how to build and improve your resume and cover letter writing skills.
Interested in working in international development and considering graduate school in the future? Did you know that people usually apply to the MPA/ID (Master in Public Administration/International Development) Program after gaining several years of work experience? Learn about the MPA/ID Program, opportunities in international development, and how you can start to prepare now. MPA/ID graduates hold influential policy and management positions in a wide range of international organizations, national governments, central and regional banks, non-profit organizations, consulting companies,... Read more about International Development Graduate School: Focus on HKS MPA/ID
MIT’s Spring Career Fair is open to you! On April 4th MIT will host over 80 companies from a variety of industries who are hiring for full-time jobs and internships. The Spring Career Fair Committee curates the employer list from over 200 applications so that all majors and years will have an employer to talk to. The fair will also feature complimentary LinkedIn photos the day-of!
There truly is no "average" or "typical" premed student! 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 sophomores, but all undergraduates are welcome. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Join Playbill.com founder Robert Viagas, Blavity co-founder Jonathan Jackson, and WGBH Journalist Heidi Shin as they discuss the building blocks of their career pathways and everything else in-between. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
Columbia University, Alfred Lerner Hall, Roone Arledge Auditorium, 2920 Broadway, between 114 and 115 Streets
Join us for the All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development 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 All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Development Career Fair website. Harvard ID required for entry.
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, February 7.
Join us for this hands-on, interactive workshop where you will be guided step-by-step through the process of enhancing your LinkedIn profile and networking for job leads. We will discuss changing your headline, adding skills, enhancing your summary, and adding links and documents to show examples of your work. Additional topics will include: ways to reach out to alumni and other professionals, asking for in-person networking meetings (often called informational interviews) and how to join and benefit from participating in groups. This session will be taught by Career Coach & LinkedIn... Read more about [CANCELED] Maximizing LinkedIn for Networking & Job Searching