Prepare for an Interview

An interview allows the employer to assess your qualifications for the job or internship, your fit with the organization, how well you have considered your reasons for applying, how clearly you express your potential contribution, and your “soft skills” such as communication and professionalism. In essence, the interviewer wants to know: Why should we hire you? Interviews are also an opportunity for YOU to evaluate the organization and whether the opportunity you’ve applied for aligns with your professional interests, skills, values, and goals.

Leveraging your Humanities degree: how to talk about your degree to employers. 

First, some facts about employment and humanities: 

Add in that employers actively seek humanities concentrators’ skills: 

So, why are some employers still so focused on your concentration? Sometimes it’s assumptions and sometimes, it is truly a way for organizations to …

By Katie Fell
Katie Fell Assistant Director, Harvard College Still Deciding, Exploring, & Self-Assessment
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What to expect in a biotech/pharma compbio interview

by Dean Lee, Computational biology for cell therapy @ Novartis | Figure One Lab

Congratulations! You got a response for one of the computational biology (compbio) jobs you applied for. That means your resume matches the job description well, and they want …

By Caroline Rende
Caroline Rende Interim Associate Director, Graduate Career Services
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5 ways AI chatbots can boost your job and internship search

“In recent years, generative AI and AI chatbots like ChatGPT have ignited a flurry of conversation on college and university campuses. We’ve been talking about it a lot at SAS, too, and for good reason – generative artificial intelligence has garnered significant …

By Guest or External Blog
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