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Where will you be living next year, and what will you be doing?
Denver, CO – I’m currently finding the right place to practice my trade – sustainability, tactical and strategic.
What advice do you have for Harvard HES students, …
Where are you located now?
New York City
What are you doing?
I will be interning with the World Resources Institute and then working for ICF Consulting.
What advice do you have for Harvard undergraduates, now that you’ve graduated?