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Anthony J. Arcieri, Director of Undergraduate Career Advising and Programming, said that many organizations have later timelines for their hiring processes if their needs for the summer are uncertain.
Increased efforts to expose BGLTQ-identified students at Harvard to business and corporate careers this year from student organizations and the Office of Career Services have been embraced by students and companies alike.
While the updates streamline the process by which faculty members submit letters of recommendation, students have experienced glitches on the new version of the interface.
The Centralized Application for Research and Travel system for online grant applications was recently updated.
The resolution stated that “the Council publicly expresses solidarity with the Islamic Community for this senseless tragedy, recognizing that their loss is one that the entire Harvard Community mourns.”
Here are a few summer proposals we’re almost positive that the OCS has received, and no doubt rejected, in the past.
Students and administrators say there are limited structured recruiting resources for aspiring engineers and that companies are less interested in recruiting at Harvard for engineering positions.
A combination of faculty pressure and student demand brought about the shift in the timing of OCI’s first week, which is traditionally marked by a high concentration of interviews with financial firms.
HMC has established itself as a unique alternative to more traditional finance internships, offering students an educational introduction to financial employment and an opportunity to further the University’s mission.
Hi, Yale friends. It can be hard navigating the Harvard social scene (though not as hard as navigating the New Haven crime scene). FM came up with some tips that should help you have a good time after The Game.
Ninety-nine seniors, selected from a pool of 150 applicants, had one-on-one interviews on Friday with 20 public service organizations.
Uniquely positioned to profit from post-graduate uncertainty, the consulting industry routinely attracts around 10 percent of graduating Harvard seniors. But is the industry the stepping-stone it promises to be?
Pamphlets with networking tips were offered during a Job Search workshop at the Office of Career Services in 2011.