"The Digital Medicine & Digital Therapy Salonwill examine those digital technologies which serve as tools for diagnosis, monitoring, and intervention in support of physicians and in the service of human health.
HAE Salons are bi-weekly meetings open to qualified attendees. These live networking sessions bring together the brightest minds in a...
"Join us for a Q&A with Kittelson's CEO Brandon Nevers, Associate Planner Veronica McBeth, and Transportation Analyst Joceline Suhaimi. Brandon, Veronica, and Joceline will present an overview of the career paths that exist within transportation planning and engineering, and share a bit about the culture and values that define us at Kittelson."
"The Harvard & Smithsonian Center is hosting the 6th Annual Job Shadow Event for Individuals with Disabilities on
Wednesday, October 27th from 9am - 12pm via Smithsonian Zoom. Event is an opportunity for individuals with disabilities to explore careers at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian. Application deadline is October 20, 2021. Participants should be at least 18 years old....
"Interested in 2022 internships with Kittelson? Learn all about our program, what it entails, and how to apply from intern program organizers Caitlin Mildner and Megan Morrow, and 2021 intern Karen Phan."
“The intense responsibilities and schedule of your doctoral or master’s program make it difficult to find the time to set yourself up to be competitive for applied jobs. What can you do to plan and execute this process most effectively? Join this webinar & Q&A session with Dr. Fatimah Williams, creator of Options for Success Career Exploration Program and founder of Beyond the Tenure Track, to learn five easy steps to jump start your job search and avoid career transition overwhelm.”
Meet representatives from engineering firms across the country seeking SEAS students for full-time and internship opportunities in innovative fields including robotics, energy, medical devices, environmental services, transportation, and design. This event is a collaboration between Harvard, Boston University, Olin College, Tufts University, MIT, and Yale University. Engineering students from these six institutions are invited to attend!
" Bastian Schroeder, Caitlin Tobin, Wende Wilber, and Jorge Barrios will provide examples of recent work that is helping to transform how communities move. Our panelists will leave plenty of time for a Q&A about what these and other transportation projects look like day-to-day."
"Pick the brains of three transportation analysts less than three years into their careers. Amanua Osafo, Esteban Doyle, and Grace Carsky will share what their work is like and what helped them most in preparing for and launching their transportation careers."
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.