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Deadline Approaching: Friday, Jan. 12th NextGen Leader Applications Due – Disability:IN (disabilityin.org)

Disability:IN NextGen Leadership Program is a six-month mentoring program for college students and recent graduates (no later than 2022) with disabilities. Students are matched one-on-one with mentors from …

By Katie Fell
Katie Fell Assistant Director, Harvard College Still Deciding, Exploring, & Self-Assessment
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What is Ableism? | Confronting Ableism in the Workplace

Despite the significant number of people living with disability across the U.S.—and the world at large—widespread misconceptions about disability can cause ableist language and behavior to proliferate. 

But what is ableism, and how does it play out in the …

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Student Reflections on Studying Abroad

DayOnna Carson is a Winthrop house senior concentrating in Psychology. Last summer, she studied abroad with the Harvard Summer Program in Madrid, Spain.

“Living with a host family in Madrid and interacting with madrileños throughout the day let me challenge …

By Kristen Li
Kristen Li Summer Opportunities Funding Coordinator
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How to Deal with a Job Offer While You’re Still Interviewing

If you’ve been particularly industrious when it comes to your job search you might be feeling overwhelmed with emails, phone calls, and interviews, but what happens when you receive a job offer while you’ve got a bunch of other post-interview …

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The Network Effect: Why Companies Should Care About Employees’ LinkedIn Connections

Could increasing your LinkedIn connections set you apart in the job search process? A new study led by Frank Nagle, Assistant Professor of Business Administration at HBS seems to indicate that this might be the case.

“In today’s high-tech economy, …

By Ben Rand
Ben Rand
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Resumes in Flux: Adapting to Job Market Changes and AI-Driven Tools

Resumes are an essential tool for job hunting. When job hunting, resumes must evolve to avoid hurting career prospects.

Crafting a resume can be a challenging task, with so many conflicting advice and recommendations available.

However, this is also an …

By Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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13+ Jobs for English Majors

As a former English major, I know the pain of coming home during summer break just for someone to say, “Oh, what are you going to do with that degree?” Jobs for English majors may not be as intuitive as …

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AI Interviews at Apple, OpenAI, Bloomberg & JP Morgan – What to Expect

AI Interviews at Apple, OpenAI, Bloomberg & JP Morgan – What to Expect was originally written by Brian Liou and published on teamrora.com.

We’ve spent almost a decade helping AI PhDs and this is the best market we’ve seen – AI …

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What Is a Product Designer?

What is a product designer? It’s someone who designs products, of course. But product designers don’t come up with an idea for a product, sketch it out, then start producing it. Product designers have to consider if their idea is …

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Creating Entrepreneurial Frameworks that Work: HES alum Paul Kewene-Hite

Paul Kewene-Hite (ALB 1991) shares his career journey and insights for entrepreneurs.

Being accepted as a bachelor’s degree candidate at HES was like being offered the opportunity to learn how to make keys that unlock the doors of life. Courses …

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