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.
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 …
Where are you located now?
New York City
What are you doing?
I will be working in the Human Resources department at Bloomberg L.P.
What advice do you have for Harvard undergraduates, now that you’ve graduated?
Life is short. Make …
When you think of Pfizer, you probably think of one of a few blockbuster drugs the company has helped develop. And because pharmaceuticals is the company’s core focus, many people working at Pfizer are, of course, scientists. However, taking a …