Veterans

Career advancement is a social justice issue. Our staff, in partnership with others across the College and University, recognizes that underrepresented students, including veterans, 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.

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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Qualified Applicants Only: Don’t Be Intimidated By A Job Description

According to a recent survey shared in the Wall St Journal, job seekers spent an average of only 49.7 seconds reading a job description before dismissing a position as a poor fit. If job seeker feels that they don’t have …

By Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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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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