Marais Canali Young, Associate Director of Admissions with Harvard Business School Doctoral Programs, will speak to students and alumni about the HBS Doctoral Programs admissions process and requirements. Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about why you should consider doctoral studies at business schools, regardless of your background. Join us to hear about the opportunities to join a fully-funded doctoral program where students conduct rigorous research that influences practice. Pizza lunch will be provided!... Read more about Harvard Business School Doctoral Programs Info Session
Sheraton Commander Hotel (16 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138)
Join us for the Engineering Career Fair Collaborative! Career fairs and expos are a great way to meet representatives from different types of organizations, to learn about internship and full-time positions, and to discover exciting opportunities within the field. For more information about this event, including the list of participating organizations, please visit the Engineering Career Fair Collaborative website. Harvard ID required for entry.
Harvard Business School, Klarman Hall (Soldiers Field Rd, Boston, MA 02163), and Spangler Hall (Batten Way, Boston, MA 02163)
"Exploring the Future of Buy-Side Investing
Women in Investing, a Student Club at Harvard Business School, is hosting its 5th Annual Women in Investing Summit, which seeks to bring together HBS alumni, industry professionals, and current MBAs for a day of open discussion about the current topics affecting the buy-side community.
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"During this event, prospective students will have an opportunity to learn about admissions, financial aid, career advancement, and to hear from a student panel during the first hour. During the second hour, prospective students will be able to speak with academic department and program representatives."
"MIT Sloan offers several options for college seniors and recent college graduates. Meet with our admissions team to explore which program might be right for you.
1. MIT Sloan MBA Early Admission: Is an MBA in your five-year plan but you need some experience in the workforce, first? Apply now, and then work for two to five years before beginning your MBA program. 2. Master of Finance: This 12- or 18-month STEM program prepares you for a premier finance career through hands-on experience and academic rigor. 3. Master of Business Analytics...Read more about MIT Sloan Graduate Programs Information Session
Biolabs 1080 (16 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138)
"HGBC's Finance & Investment 101 series is a new, dual-track initiative designed for non-business graduate students and postdoctoral fellows interested in breaking into the finance world. The series comprises a mix of seminars and workshops covering both personal finance and careers in finance (detailed agenda in second flyer). Join us as we kick off our inaugural session on Investment Banking - come learn how you can leverage your (non-business) graduate degrees for a career in finance! Absolutely no finance background required."
Dr. Robert Mayer, Harvard Medical School Faculty Associate Dean for Admissions, will speak to students and alumni about the HMS admissions process and requirements. Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about what it takes to get into medical school and to hear Dr. Mayer’s perspective on how to decide if medicine is right for you. Co-sponsored by the Harvard Premedical Society. PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND.
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.
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.