Premed/Pre-Health June Newsletter

June 2024

Happy Summer, officially!

Welcome to the June Premed/Pre-health Newsletter! This “monthly” summary email includes upcoming events tailored to premed/pre-health students. These events may be hosted by MCS, or outside events open to all. In addition, we will make …

By Rob Harrington
Rob Harrington Assistant Director of Premedical and Health Careers Advising
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Transitioning at Work

Produced by the HRC Foundation

This guide is intended to help transgender people to navigate aspects of their transition related to the workplace. If you are an employer who wishes to support your transgender employees, you may also consult HRC’s 

By Amy DiGiovine
Amy DiGiovine Assistant Director, Arts, Entertainment, Media, Advertising, Marketing, Journalism, Publishing, Fashion, Sports, & Pre-law.
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How To Tell if an Employer Is LGBTQ+ Friendly

Article by Madeleine Burry, Fact Checked by Hilarey Gould This article was originally posted in The Balance Nearly 6% of people in the U.S. identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender.1 If you’re part of this percentage—or an ally …

By Guest or External Blog
Guest or External Blog
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5 Superpowers Held by Arts & Humanities Concentrators

While everyone has unique strengths, there are certain key skills or “superpowers” that studying Arts & Humanities help you to develop. These skills are valued in every industry!

Critical Thinking: Thinking about an issue objectively from many angles, asking questions, …

By Amy DiGiovine
Amy DiGiovine Assistant Director, Arts, Entertainment, Media, Advertising, Marketing, Journalism, Publishing, Fashion, Sports, & Pre-law.
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12 New Talent Programs/Competitions for Screenwriters

You have worked on your screenplay for months, maybe years. You’ve attended a writer’s group, gotten feedback, and revised it countless times. Now it’s time to enter it into screenwriting & new talent competitions, such as the ones below:

Harvardwood …

By Amy DiGiovine
Amy DiGiovine Assistant Director, Arts, Entertainment, Media, Advertising, Marketing, Journalism, Publishing, Fashion, Sports, & Pre-law.
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Exciting Nonprofit Job Opportunity for Recent Grads

Are you a recent Harvard College grad (up to four years out) hoping to gain knowledge and experience to pursue a nonprofit management career? Check out this exciting nonprofit management fellow role with the Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA)!

Applications …

By Nicole Satyanarayan
Nicole Satyanarayan Assistant Director, Law, Government, Non-Profits, Foundations, and Military Service
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How to Find and Reach Out to Recruiters on LinkedIn

While recruiters work to help companies fill their open roles, they can also help you — the job seeker — connect with roles you might be interested in and a good fit for. According to Jobscan, 94% of recruiters use LinkedIn to …

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Career Resources for Womxn

The good news is that many employers are actively seeking diverse talent, but we know it can be hard to identify these employers and resources. Please review the OCS curated list below for career resources including: job boards, funding sources, …

By Meaghan Shea
Meaghan Shea Assistant Director, Technology, Data Analytics, Life & Physical Sciences & Entrepreneurship
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How to Evaluate a Startup as a Candidate

Startups offer opportunities to engage with innovative and mission-oriented organizations and projects, but it can be hard to know how to evaluate which company is the right one for you. Recently, MCS spoke with Matt Crane, Founder of MGMT Boston, …

By Matt Crane
Matt Crane Founder
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Tech Recruiting: Job and Internship Success Series Recap

Interested in breaking into tech? Considering a field like software engineering, data science, quantitative finance or product management?  If so, then we have some tips to help you position yourself to succeed in the upcoming 24-25 recruiting season.

Application Timelines

By Recruiting / Employer Engagement Team
Recruiting / Employer Engagement Team
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