Career Pathways

Amanda Su, History & Literature

Where are you located now?
Massachusetts

What are you doing?
I’ll be a multi-platform production intern at ABC News with their Race & Culture Unit in Washington DC, where I’ll help with producing segments and long-form specials, as well as …

By Mignone Center for Career Success
Mignone Center for Career Success
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Elliot Parlin, A.B., Mathematics

Where are you located now?
New York City

What are you doing?
I will be joining the investment firm D. E. Shaw & Co. as part of their Rotational Associates Program.

What advice do you have for Harvard undergraduates, now …

By Thomas Oppong
Thomas Oppong Marketing, Branding, and Communications Coordinator
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A Glimpse into Careers at Penguin Random House

Find out more about careers at PRH in this Q&A with Andy Chown, Director of Talent Acquisition

By Jess Focht

There are many careers to choose from in the book publishing world, and Penguin Random House is a place with …

By Caroline Rende
Caroline Rende Associate Director of Graduate Career Exploration
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Skill Building Courses

Nonprofit Management Foundations

Taught by Leslie Crutchfield
Thinking about leading a nonprofit organization? Internationally renowned author Leslie Crutchfield provides a primer on nonprofit management and leadership. She…

Managing Projects Across Cultures

Taught by Sam Yankelevitch
The success of your global project team is dependent on the ability of your team members to work effectively across…

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…

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…

How to Build a Startup

Taught by Steve Blank & Kathleen Mullaney
In an introduction to the basics of the famous Customer Development Process, Steve Blank provides insight into the key steps…

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.…

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?…

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…

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.…

Leading in Government

Taught by Adelle Dantzler
Many people feel that leading in government is a puzzle. While it certainly has its challenges, serving the public can…

Neuroscience for More Effective Learning & Development

Taught by Stella Collins
The brain works in mysterious ways. Why is some knowledge retained, while other information just fades away? Neuroscience—the study of…

Learning to Teach Online

Taught by Oliver Schinkten
Technology has changed the nature of education—and the jobs of educators. Online instruction requires different methods to help students learn.…

Instructional Designer

Taught by Joe Pulichino
Instructional design (ID) models are frameworks that help you create quality training. In this course, instructional design expert Dr. Joe…

Get Ready for Your Coding Interview

Taught by YK Sugi
If you’ve nabbed an interview for a software development position, it’s likely that you’ll have to face a common hurdle—the…

Finance Foundations

Taught by Kay Stice and Jim Stice
Finance exists in the real world. It impacts everyone: individuals, families, companies, and governments. While it may sound complicated, at…

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…

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…

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.…

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…

Data Visualization: Storytelling

Taught by Bill Shander
We are wired for story. We crave it. Storytelling has played an integral role in our ability to make progress…

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