Marinel M. de Jesus, Esq. is the founder of the award-winning travel media site, Brown Gal Trekker, the mountain trekking social enterprise, Equity Global Treks, and the human rights non-profit organization, The Porter Voice Collective. In this talk, she will share her journey as a social entrepreneur with a mission to create equity and inclusion in the outdoor and travel industries and how her identity as an Asian American woman and immigrant intersects with her work in a manner that only advances her mission further. From this workshop, you’ll gain insight into the current status of... Read more about [LPCE Event] How to Leverage Your “Marginalized” Identities to Advance Your Mission as a Social Entrepreneur
In this panel, we are excited to have Andrew Fung, Richie Le, and Sandro Roco join us to share their first-hand experience as entrepreneurs utilizing various creative spaces to advocate for the Asian American community. Through this panel, we will discuss questions around the startup journey, the high points and low points of their entrepreneurship experience, lessons learned, identity, representation, and more. Come prepared with your questions, and we cannot wait for you to join us for this lively panel discussion! For registration and more info:... Read more about [LPCE Event] Asian American Entrepreneurship Panel
In this session, award-winning founder Kelly Twichel shares the story of how as a student, she co-invented a product to solve a world-wide problem, got a taste of entrepreneurship and never looked back. You’ll get an inside look into the plot twists, challenges and wins of startup life. Kelly spares no subject as she discusses what it has taken for her to be successful thus far- knowledge you can use for your own ventures. Brand purpose, relationships, mindset, and fundraising are all touched upon. Join us for this interactive session March 31st and submit questions before and during the... Read more about [LPCE Event] From Student to Social Impact CEO with Kelly Twichel of Access Trax
This workshop examines the critical functions common to all companies and how those companies are organized to optimize the performance of these functions. We will cover the various positions and roles, specifically within R&D organizations, to illustrate where the job titles that you see in job advertisements fit into the overall organizations of the companies. In addition, you will be introduced to common terminology used within each of the organizational functions (such as defining a matrix team).
Are you a female entrepreneur looking to start or grow a business? Then you probably want to know what small business grants are available for women. Whether you run a business in the UK or the US, we hope this comprehensive guide will help.
Want to learn business terminology that is used in industry settings?
Participants will walk through how biopharma defines strategy and how biopharma is structured. Knowledge of these business basics will provide a starting point from which to learn business vocabulary and gain confidence to engage professionals and alumni in professional settings (e.g., networking and interviewing conversations).
Join Thi Nguyen, a neuroscientist, career coach, and course director for “Business Concepts for Life Scientists,” a free course hosted by...
Want to use this time away from the lab to strategically plan next steps for your research? Learn to set goals that make the best use of your time.
Scientists have been using business frameworks to be more effective in the lab. Taking time to define what’s important to your research and who your research impacts can help you make decisions about next steps and potential collaborations.
Join Thi Nguyen, a neuroscientist, career coach, and course director for “Business Concepts for Life Scientists,” a course hosted by iBiology, to...
Please find the information on the Mini-MBA program from the GSAS Business Club below:
Dates: July 8, 2019 – August 5, 2019
Application deadline: Monday, June 3, 2019
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Harvard GSAS Business Club (HGBC) is pleased to be offering our 11th Mini-MBA program* this summer. The Mini-MBA Program is a five-week accelerated business course designed for non-business students and will be relevant to those of you who are interested in working in the management realm....
The Bench-to-Business Boot Camp, hosted by Harvard's Office of Technology Development, is a two-day workshop on May 1 and 2 for Harvard PhD students and postdocs, designed to teach you the skills to recognize and convey the value of scientific and technological innovations to the world of industry, business, and entrepreneurship. The agenda consists of lectures, interactive exercises, and panel discussions....