Summary of Events
Job Search Events
FAS Career Forum
Over 140 companies and organizations come to campus to inform Harvard students about job prospects and industry culture in fields that include technology, government, media, healthcare, education, retail, engineering, consulting, and financial services.
Hosted by alumni in their places of employment, Career Days offers students an opportunity to converse with industry leaders, form an active search network, and gain insight and focus in academic planning. All types of education organizations participate: nonprofits, for profits, media, policy, research, and international. Scheduled during spring break, these events take place in New York, NY and Washington, DC.
Fall Internship Expo
Field Experience Program and Career Services Office join during Orientation Week to offer students and employers a convenient way to meet and find mutually beneficial internship opportunities for the upcoming academic year.
K-12 School Expo
At the K-12 School Expo, we invite public, charter, and private schools to our campus for the day to engage with students and alumni directly, in a more relaxed format than information sessions and scheduled interviews.
Social Impact Expo
At the Social Impact Expo, we invite nonprofit, media, international, consulting, and policy firms to our campus for the day to engage with students and alumni directly, in a more relaxed format than information sessions and scheduled interviews.
MERC Education Career Fair
As a member of Massachusetts Educational Recruitment Consortium (MERC), which brings together a nationwide selection of public and private school systems with licensed and license-eligible jobseekers in a range of educational fields, our office encourages students and alumni to take advantage of this off campus event held during public school spring break.
Employer Information Sessions
Throughout the year, our office sponsors Employer Information Sessions where we invite representatives from a range of fields, on an individual basis, to come to campus and present career path options offered by their organizations to students and alumni in group format.
Our office brings together a range of experts in panel format to offer students and alumni a variety of perspectives instrumental in career planning.
- Considering Graduate School
In the fall, we work with Student Affairs to organize a student-to-student networking night. This is a great opportunity to make career connections with an incredibly valuable resource - your peers! Come learn who has worked or knows someone at your ideal organization!
Program Specific Presentations
During the fall semester, members of the Career Services Office introduce students to career management options specific to their area of program study.
- Arts in Education
- School Leadership
- Language and Literacy
- Special Studies
- Teacher Education Program
- Technology in Education
- Mind, Brain, and Education
- International Education Program
- Human Development and Psychology
- Learning and Teaching
- Prevention Science and Practice
Small Group Advising Workshops
We offer small group advising workshops on practical job search topics. Limited to 5 people, these sessions enable students to ask questions of CSO staff and get direction on various topics.
We also offer Resumania sessions for quick resume reviews prior to some of our major career events during the academic year.