The Harvard GSAS Consulting Club is excited to host our first virtual Consulting Career Fair on Friday, June 11th from 12 - 4 pm. Whether you are just starting to consider consulting and want to explore more or you are applying for full-time employment in the coming months, this year’s fair will have something valuable and exciting for everyone! For example:
1- “Firm Flash Talks” (12 - 2 pm)
Firm representatives will share the important highlights of each firm and 2021 recruitment dates; attendees will receive tickets to enter our...
Follow the link to register for the any or all of the sessions below. https://gradfutures.princeton.edu/forum2020agenda
Please consider joining us for Princeton’s GradFUTURES Virtual Forum – April 29, 30 & May 1.
The goal of the GradFUTURES Virtual Forum is to accelerate connectivity among and between graduate students, faculty, staff, alumni, and leaders from a diverse array of fields. This Forum will encourage attendees to forge deeper connections, build community and explore opportunities for leadership and meaningful professional development within all fields of endeavor.
Chao Center at Harvard Business School, Yi Ren room
Join fellow students across Harvard campuses who are interested in healthcare innovation for an evening of introductions over food and drinks and presentations from student-facing healthcare clubs and organizations, such as:
Turtle Swamp Brewing (3377 Washington Street, Boston, MA, 02130)
All are welcome to attend the ASM Boston Student/Postdoc Chapter's inaugural ASM Crash Course!
Come grab a beer at Turtle Swamp and join us for a conversation with Dr. Michael Gilmore (Harvard Medical School). Dr. Gilmore will be giving his talk on New Perspectives on Host/Microbe Co-Evolution Based on Studies of the Enterococci From Deep Time to the Modern...
The Minority Biomedical Scientists of Harvard and the Harvard Puerto Rican Student Association invite you to join us in celebrating the end of the academic year! Come unwind over free food, drinks, and karaoke!
The Harvard Puerto Rican Student Association (HPRSA-pending approval), will host "Beyond María: What's Next?". This event will follow up on the "Beyond María: Leading with Science" event hosted by the Harvard School of Public Health, and to further discuss courses of action that can be taken in Puerto Rico one year after hurricane María struck the archipelago. The event will take place on Monday, November 26 from 1-2 pm in the Mt. Auburn Room at the Smith Campus Center in Cambridge. Puerto Rican food will be served at 12:45 pm....
The Health Professions Recruitment & Exposure Program (HPREP) at Harvard Medical School is a high school science enrichment program aimed at recruiting high school students from the Boston area, particularly those from underserved and underrepresented backgrounds, into science and medicine.
Join HGWISE for lunch to learn more about HGWISE and how to get involved! We will talk about upcoming HGWISE events and seek your opinions about what you want HGWISE to do for you. This is great opportunity for you to share your ideas and needs with HGWISE, and to meet and socialize with other women in science!
The Harvard Puerto Rican Student Association (HPRSA-pending approval), will have our first social of the year on Thursday, September 13 at 6:30 pm in the Cambridge Queen's Head (see flyer attached for more information about the event and our group). Family, friends, and significant others are welcome. Please, join us at this event, like our Facebook page: @HarvardPRSA, and help us spread the word about our student group.
We wish you a successful academic year.
Francheska, Ivan, Miari, Hector, Sergio, and Yajaira
The Health Care Club has more than 350 members, comprising MBA students, Ph.D. students, partners, and students from numerous other Harvard University programs. The mission of the Health Care Club is, "to help HBS continue to produce leaders who have an impact in the business of health care. We achieve this by providing a forum for students to learn the business of health care; prepare for and pursue careers in health care; and interact with peers, alumni, professors, and other leaders in health care."