The Out for Undergrad Business Conference (OUBC) is an annual business conference for LGBTQ+ identifying students, held in April at the Goldman Sachs HQ in New York City. It's a fully-funded program and offers students the opportunity to network with LGBTQ+ professionals, learn about navigating the workplace as an 'out' individual, and grow their network of LBGTQ+ peers in business. It will include inspiring keynote speeches from senior LGBTQ+ business executives, mentorship discussions, a career fair, networking time, and breakout sessions.
"Rent the Runway believes in women supporting women. That’s why we’re hosting a conversation with Jenn Hyman, RTR Co-Founder and CEO, and Shan-Lyn Ma, Co-Founder and CEO of Zola, about the valuable lessons they’ve learned from their peer mentorship relationship.
Moderated by Shirley Leung, Columnist and Associate Editor at the Boston Globe.
Join us for an inspiring panel discussion, plus networking and light bites.
Interns & Fellows Program Manager, Caroline Fiertz, will join us via a webinar to discuss the many internship and fellowship opportunities at the museum. Learn how to get involved in Archival Science, Curatorial Projects, Exhibition Design and Graphic Production, Museum Management, Music Projects, and Public Programs, Education, New Media, and Digital Outreach; the focus of the session will be general information on internships and fellowships at the museum as well as how to apply. All concentrations and degrees are considered. To participate, pre-register at... Read more about Smithsonian National Museum of American History Infosession - WEBINAR (Co-Sponsored By the Museum Studies Graduate Program)
"Seven fellows on Capitol Hill ushered in the AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships (STPF) program back in 1973. Today, AAAS places more than 250 fellows each year across all branches of federal government to learn first-hand about policymaking and use their knowledge and skills to address today’s most pressing societal challenges."
Student Eligibility: Undergraduate and Graduate Students
"As a rare and exceptional opportunity to connect directly with top industry players, students and working professionals alike attend this event to discover exciting new opportunities and look to launch fulfilling careers in new fields. Explore and expand your own potential at this year’s Boston Career Forum!
*Professional attire such as business suit/jacket is required as interviews are held on the spot. *Over 200 hiring companies *Scholarships available for students to help cover travel expenses
Harvard SOCH, 59 Shepard Street, Cambridge MA 02138
"Interested in summer opportunities and post-graduate jobs in Japan? Come to the Harvard-Japan Career Fair! Meet representatives from Media, Tech, Finance, Education, Consumer Products, and Engineering firms from Japan including Fuji Film, Rodan+Fields, Shiseido, and Sony, and learn about how you can find an internship or full time job in Japan. This Harvard-specific event is open to all Harvard University students and recent alumni, as well as select students from...
Join Ashley Medlar, Project Manager at EDF, for a webinar to learn about the Environmental Defense Fund Climate Corps fellowship.
"Fellows will work under the guidance of a host supervisor and EDF manager to uncover strategic energy management and climate solutions for their host organization. Since 2008, EDF Climate Corps has placed nearly 1000 graduate level fellows in host organizations including Under Armour, Google, Lyft, City of Los Angles, General Motors, Vassar College and the New York City Mayor’s Office of Sustainability. Projects may focus on: Scaling Energy...
Learn more about the admission program that allows Harvard College juniors to apply to Harvard Law School for a deferred enrollment of two years after graduation. This event is intended for current sophomores and juniors who would apply to the program in the spring of their junior year. Please RSVP: https://jdadmissions.law.harvard.edu/register/hls-at-harvard-jdp-2019
DRESS CODE for employer events: In following with our colleagues at Harvard Business School, we are encouraging students to attend all campus recruiting events in “smart” casual or business casual attire. We are asking students to refrain from business formal attire (suits) and follow our more casual dress guidelines, which include khakis, dress pants, skirts, button-down long sleeve shirts, sweater sets, blouses, etc. See the OCS Dress for Success page for examples.