Are you interested in an internship in Germany, Austria or Switzerland next summer? Join us for an information session on Thursday, October 25th from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the OCS to learn more about finding an internship. Students in all fields of study and nationalities are welcome to apply. German language skills are an advantage- but not always necessary. For questions prior to the event do not hesitate to contact Ruth Sondermann at email@example.com
Are you passionate about public service and hope to play a leadership role in the field? Hear from last year's Presidential Public Service Fellows about their funded internships. The Fellows will share what they learned and how to be a competitive candidate in this year's selection process. Also, learn what Harvard graduate students did between college and graduate school to gain valuable public service experience. The President's Public Service Fellowship provides generous funding for... Read more about Presidential Public Service Fellowship Panel
Museum of Science, 1 Science Park Boston, MA 02114
"As a part of the Museum’s Women and Girls in STEM Month, we will host a panel discussion featuring women leaders in STEM to explore the traditional, unexpected, and outrageous ways they have utilized their STEM passions. From there, attend one of our targeted breakout sessions, where you will hear from professionals (or share your insight) on topics such as negotiating salary and finding the right company culture for you. This will finally be followed by a networking reception focused on providing real-world, tactical skills to students who are aspiring STEM professionals...
Harvard Innovation Labs, 125 Western Ave, Allston MA 02163
Inside Innovation is a must-attend event for any Harvard student with a big idea or a big interest in understanding the world of Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
The event is a highly interactive exploration of why innovation matters – both to us and to the world. In two hours you’ll get inspired, get connected, and get educated on all the ways the Harvard Innovation Labs can help you find your way through the Innovation and Startup woods. We offer a wide variety of resources to those interested in innovation from a high-level and/or those looking to become an...
Gutman Conference Center; Harvard Graduate School of Education; 13 Appian Way, Cambridge MA
"Harvard GlobalWE is thrilled to invite our members and your guests to our Annual 2018 Women’s Empowerment Expo.
Now in our third year, our Women’s Empowerment Expo provides a forum for organizations to connect with Harvard University alumni and students (college, graduate schools) as well as Harvard professors, staff and other members of the Harvard University community who seek internship, volunteer, mentorship, career exploration, and charitable giving opportunities.
Pfizer Lecture Hall, Mallinckrodt Chemistry Lab, 12 Oxford Street
"Careers in Conservation (CiC) is an annual event which provides career advice, inspiration, and connections for students from Harvard and other nearby universities who are interested in pursuing careers in any of many disciplines within the field of conservation. CiC includes renowned speakers from the field of conservation, various workshops for students to attend to gain more information on various subfields within conservation, and an interdisciplinary panel. We are also expanding our networking opportunities through inviting more organizations and alumni and...
Learn about the energy industry and the growth of the renewables and energy storage sectors. You’ll meet Mateo Jaramillo (’99), co-Founder of Form Energy, and you’ll hear about his efforts to develop a very low cost, long duration battery, big enough and cheap enough to replace a coal...
OCS advisers will be available for AMA “ask me anything” drop-in sessions. Juniors, seniors, athletes and others--this is a great time to get a resume/cover letter review or your other questions answered. This is also a great time to take a “brain break” and enjoy the snacks OCS will be providing. The Campus Interview Program team will be available to help answer questions about submitting applications, transcripts and other questions about Crimson Careers and the Campus Interview Program. Come... Read more about OCS Late Night Hours
Farkas Hall, Room 203, 12 Holyoke St, Cambridge MA 02138
Playwright and composer Min Kahng is one of the most exciting new voices in American musical theater. His Broadway-style show The Four Immigrants: An American Musical Manga received the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Awards for Original Script and Original Music, the Theatre Bay Area Award for World Premiere Musical and the Edgerton New Play Award. Watch Kahng, who has a teaching background in vocal music, coach Harvard students to achieve their best performance of a song. Observe the class; stay for a Q&A period.... Read more about Musical Theatre Artist Masterclass: Min Kahng [OFA Event]
Lowell Lecture Hall, 17 Kirkland St, Cambridge MA 02138
Laugh It Up: Founded by Amy Poehler, Matt Walsh, Matt Besser and Ian Roberts, Upright Citizens Brigade is one of the leading incubators for cutting-edge comedy. In this master class UCB pros from New York City will share the tricks of the trade, demonstrate approaches to performing quality comedy and elevate your comedic skills. This 90-minute event will make you laugh and inspire your inner sketch artist. Comedy at Harvard will never be the same.
Mike Reiss ’81, a former head writer for The Simpsons, a show for which he has won four Emmy Awards, will discuss his work as a TV and book writer. His new book, Springfield Confidential, is a humorous look at the legendary TV series. As a student at Harvard, Reiss served as president of The Harvard Lampoon. His books for children include How Murray Saved Christmas, Santa Claustrophobia and The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln, all illustrated by... Read more about TV Comedy - Writing for the Simpsons