Career advancement is a social justice issue. Our staff, in partnership with others across the College and University, recognizes that issues of identity and career often intersect and that underrepresented students may face specific challenges as they navigate career opportunities and the workplace environment. We invite you to utilize these resources to help support your search and encourage you to connect with us in one-on-one advising.

On the Transformative Power of Seeing Others

Daniel Lobo graduated in 2014 and was an advisor at the Mignone Center for Career Success prior to attending UC Berkeley as a PhD Candidate in Sociology.

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Looking for first-year or sophomore friendly opportunities? (Check back – this list gets updated!)

Check out these blogs and posts highlighting first-year and sophomore friendly internships/fellowships/summits:

Campus Undergraduate – 2024 American Express Discovery Program – Sophomores

Environmental Sustainability Intern at 2024 Summer Internship at Sol de Janeiro

Production Intern at 2024 Summer Internship at …

By Katie Fell
Katie Fell Assistant Director, Harvard College Still Deciding, Exploring, & Self-Assessment
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7 Top Resources for Students Interested in Publishing

This list is a mix of professional organizations that advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion within the industry and industry specific job boards. Enjoy!

By Amy DiGiovine
Amy DiGiovine Assistant Director, Arts, Entertainment, Media, Pre-Law, Advertising, Marketing, Journalism, Publishing, Fashion, & Sports
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