Women

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 all those who identify as women to utilize these curated resources to help support your career planning and encourage you to connect with us in one-on-one advising.

Guide to Working at Pfizer

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 …

By Rachel Pelta - Forage
Forage
Showcase your skills. Find your career fit.
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Should I Put My Pronouns on My Resume?

by Amber Rorris-Crow, orginally published at The Muse

While we now use online job boards and Zoom meetings in place of classified ads and formal handshakes, one thing remains the same: A good resume can speak volumes about you, before …

By Katie Fell
Katie Fell Assistant Director, Harvard College Still Deciding, Exploring, & Self-Assessment
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How to Find the Best Workplaces for Women

What does empowerment look like? That depends.

The best workplaces for women are ones that empower—but what exactly does that look like?

As a woman, support from employers can come in various forms, and in the era of the #MeToo …

By Harvard Office of Career Services
Harvard Office of Career Services
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Interested in gaining experience in the tech industry? Check out these programs designed for first and second-year students. Please note …

An online career resource that addresses the unique challenges facing women. Access free resources like articles, company profiles, and Q&A …

Created in 1994 and inspired by the legacy of Admiral Grace Murray Hopper, the AnitaB.org flagship event Grace Hopper Celebration …

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