Government, Education, Law, & Nonprofits

The Benefits of Being Bilingual

Bilingualism, or the ability to speak two or more languages fluently, can be a huge asset for job seekers. As a 2017 report by New American Economy discovered, the need for bilingual workers in the United States more than doubled …

By Amy Bergen - Idealist Careers
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Nonprofit Speak 101 | Learn the Lingo

If you’ve worked in social impact for a while, you’re probably familiar with the terminology used by nonprofit professionals to describe the ins and outs of operating in a mission-driven environment. But if you’re new to the sector, or making …

By Jaxx Artz, illustration by Marian Blair - Idealist Careers
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In Case You Missed It… The View from the Search Committee’s Top 10 Takeaways

The FAS Office of Career Services was delighted to host a panel on October 25, 2022, in which faculty revealed valuable insights into navigating the academic job search based on their experiences serving on search committees. With an introduction by …

By Caroline Rende
Caroline Rende Assistant Director, Graduate Career Services
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Skill Building Courses

Instructional Designer

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

Learning to Teach Online

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

Nonprofit Management Foundations

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

Leading in Government

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

Technology and Data Careers in Government

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

Neuroscience for More Effective Learning & Development

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

Communicating Across Cultures

Tatiana Kolovou
To succeed in a cross-cultural business setting, it’s important to understand the differences in how people communicate. Language isn’t the…

Managing Projects Across Cultures

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

Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies

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

Leading Globally

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

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