Law Firm Edelson PC to Stop Campus Recruiting From Harvard Law School Over Gay’s Congressional Testimony
The law firm Edelson PC will no longer participate in on-campus recruiting at Harvard Law School in protest of University President Claudine Gay’s controversial congressional testimony, the firm’s CEO Jay Edelson announced Thursday.
Harvard’s Office of Career Services has been renamed the Mignone Center for Career Success following a “generous” donation to the College from Allison Hughes Mignone ’94 and her husband Roberto A. Mignone ’92, the University announced Sunday.
Many Harvard College students opened their emails Sunday in hopes of learning whether they had been accepted to the Harvard Institute of Politics’ competitive Director’s Internship program.
Harvard Law School is partnering with law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP to launch a new pre-law fellowship program targeting first-generation and low-income participants, the school announced in a press release Wednesday.
Harvard Undergraduate Venture Capital Group hosted its first inaugural Entrepreneurship Summit on Sunday afternoon, bringing together more than 300 attendees.
Incoming Idealists, Outgoing Realists: Navigating the Private and Public Sectors at Harvard Law School
While some students and alumni said the Law School has little influence over career choices, others argued that there is an institutional push toward the private sector.
Harvard undergraduates who bought stock in GameStop earlier this month had varying prior experience in investing, and held mixed motivations for the risky investment — from an attempt to earn extra money, to a desire to punish hedge funds that had bet on the stock prices going down.
After the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Harvard’s Office of Career Services had to abruptly adapt its resources to an online format, trading pizza events and lively career fairs for virtual advising and webinars.
The Institute of Politics has begun accepting applications for its new Fall 2020 Stipend Program supporting undergraduates pursuing jobs in politics and public service this semester.
'This Can Be Career-Ending': Graduate Students Face Uncertainty with Job Opportunities Due to Coronavirus Pandemic
Many graduate students have expressed uncertainty about their post-graduation employment prospects due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Some seniors studying Theater, Dance, and Media say they are concerned about their portfolios and post-grad plans in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
For seniors set to graduate, the coronavirus has rapidly changed where and how they expected to live, work, and build a career. In a matter of months, the global health crisis has flummoxed both members of the class of 2020 and the Harvard officials tasked with guiding them.
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Graduate Student Council Discusses Career Development, Union Negotiations At First Meeting of Semester
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences’s Graduate Student Council discussed advocacy projects, career development, and the aftermath of the graduate student union strike at its first open meeting of the semester Wednesday evening.
This summer, the Director’s Internship program at Harvard’s Institute of Politics will offer funded summer internship opportunities at 145 host organizations, as well as a new program aimed at students interested in pursuing public service in their hometowns.
The Harvard Office of Career Services launched a new online platform that helps international students find jobs in the United States and aids American students in locating jobs abroad earlier this month.
Students from Harvard Law School’s Pipeline Parity Project continued their campaign against mandatory arbitration clauses — provisions of employment contracts that require employees to settle disputes through a private arbiter rather than bringing their concerns to the courts.
Dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Francis J. Doyle III said in a February interview that creating corporate partnerships continues to be one of his top priorities. He said Harvard has historically lagged behind its peer institutions in these efforts and stressed the numerous benefits these industry relationships could bring.
Seventy-two percent of Harvard College’s Class of 2018 planned to enter for-profit jobs after graduating last May, according to the most recent employment report released by the College’s Office of Career Services.
HLS students wrote an open letter calling for the school to ensure that law firms who recruit on campus “protect the rights of their employees.”
Many finance and consulting firms are completing their recruitment processes earlier in the fall to grasp talent before other organizations.
A higher proportion of Business School graduates are going into venture capital and private equity than in years past, according to career statistics the Business School released last week.