If you’ve ever had to pick people for your group or team, chances are you asked your friends to recommend people they know. In much the same way, many of the positions available are filled through personal referrals. Networking is making connections—talking with people who can provide you with information, advice, resources, and possible contacts related to your fields of interest. Develop your connections to learn about opportunities beyond campus interviews or what is posted on Crimson Careers.

Navigating Networking: Learning and Growing Through Informational Interviews

by Elizabeth Miclau, ’24, Neurobiology, Secondary in Global Health and Health Policy

Networking can be a daunting task, but with the right approach, it can be an invaluable tool for learning and growing as a professional. From identifying who to …

By Elizabeth Miclau
Elizabeth Miclau
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Neuroscience and Brain Behavior Career Pathways Panel Recap

Did you miss the Neuroscience and Brain Behavior Career Pathways Panel?  Our amazing alumni panelists (see below) had some valuable insights to share. 

Take Note! 

OCS PAF Meera’s Take Away: 

Reverse engineering your career is a thing! Either divert from your …

By Katie Fell
Katie Fell Assistant Director, Harvard College Still Deciding, Exploring, & Self-Assessment
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Introducing the Crimson Career Closet!

Stop by Monday, February 6th from 2-5pm on the 10th Floor of the Smith Campus Center to learn more!

Scene: You just committed to attend Friday’s career fair when suddenly you realize, “Oh no. Business casual options are clearly lacking …

By Katie Fell
Katie Fell Assistant Director, Harvard College Still Deciding, Exploring, & Self-Assessment
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