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Data Analyst Career Path: What’s the Trajectory?

A data analyst prepares and analyzes data to help companies and organizations solve complex challenges and make better decisions. If you’re interested in data analytics, this guide covers everything you need to know about the data analyst career path, including …

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Navigating Graduate Career Paths

Interactive new HMS website provides hundreds of career resources

The online tool Cog City pulls together dozens of resources into one easily accessible, searchable platform that’s officially called the Graduate Bioscience Career Cognitive City. The network map on the Cog City tool …

By Laura Stark
Laura Stark Director of Graduate Career Services, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
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6 Ways to Make the Most of Your Summer Experience

Congratulations on landing a summer opportunity! Whether it is conducting research, working a part-time job, engaging in public service, or doing an internship here are some tips to make the most of it:

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Mignone Center for Career Success
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Skill Building Courses

Negotiating Your Salary with Valerie Sutton

Taught by Valerie Sutton
In this course, instructor Valerie Sutton, former Director at the Harvard Graduate School of Education Career Services Office, shares smart…

Visual Thinking Strategies

Taught by Philip Yenawine
What if teachers taught with questions rather than lectures? What if students were asked to reflect instead of regurgitate? Visual…

PowerPoint Essential Training

Taught by Jess Stratton
You don’t have to be a designer to create a great visual presentation. Learn how to use Microsoft PowerPoint for…

Technology and Data Careers in Government

Taught by Jonathan Reichental
Today, some of the most exciting, meaningful, impactful, and in-demand IT careers are in helping to make cities work well.…

Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies

Taught by Tarun Khanna
This business and management course, taught by Harvard Business School professor Tarun Khanna, takes an inter-disciplinary approach to understanding and…

Producing Professional Audio and Video Podcasts

Whether you want to record a song, fix audio tracks, or enhance sound effects with multitrack recording, our Adobe Audition…

How to Succeed in a Case Study Interview

Taught by Jena Viviano
You’ve nailed the first few rounds of interviews, and now you’ve been invited to participate in a case study interview.…

Architectural Design Process

Taught by Branka Knezevic
What is the role of an architect in the creation of a building? And what are the regulation factors governing…

Leading Globally

Taught by Anil Gupta & Haiyan Wang
Global expansion can help a company grow faster, enjoy the benefits of global scale, and tap into the unique advantages…

Professional Songwriting

Taught by Cliff Goldmacher
Join professional songwriter Cliff Goldmacher as he shares his insights on the songwriting process and on what it takes to…

Writing Ad Copy

Taught by Michael Duquet
Learn how to write ad copy that effectively conveys your brand and converts clicks into sales, traffic, and signups. Conversion…

Financial Modeling Foundations

Taught by Michael McDonald
By distilling key information regarding cash flow levels and risks, financial modeling helps decision-makers make informed choices based on data…

Architectural Practice Foundations

Taught by Branka Knezevic
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be an architect, or what it’s like to run your own firm?…

Discover & Communicate Personal Values

Taught by Henna Inam
Inspirational leaders can create transformation within themselves and their teams, in the form of pursuing services and missions that matter.…

Having a Vision in Entertainment

Taught by LinkedIn News
Go behind the scenes with Oprah Winfrey and LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner as they discuss Oprah’s career, the power of…

Public Relations Foundations

Taught by Deirdre Breakenridge
Public relations (PR) is critical to any business that wants to create media exposure, sway consumer opinion, and maintain a…

Excel for Banking Professionals

Taught by Michael McDonald
Across the world of banking and finance, Excel is simply indispensable. This critical tool serves as a blank canvas for…

Critical Roles Consultants Play (and the Skills You Need to Fill Them)

Taught by Bob McGannon
New consultants are often surprised by how agile they need to be to fulfill client expectations. The role you play…

Successful Goal Setting

Taught by Careercake
Even your loftiest goals are possible if you approach them strategically. In this course, join Aimee Bateman as she shares…

Getting Started in Graphic Design

Taught by Cara St. Hilaire
New to graphic design? You’re in the right place. Discover the most crucial skills, tools, and techniques for graphic designers…

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