Campus & Community

University-wide career forum set for June 10

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Employment Services, collaborating with a University-wide organizing committee, is hosting its 10th annual career forum on June 10. The event will be held at the Graduate School of Design’s Gund Hall, 48 Quincy St. It will be open to the public from 4 to 6:30 p.m.

The career forum will open one hour earlier (at 3 p.m.) to internal candidates presenting a valid Harvard ID. Employees and recently laid-off employees will be able to receive individual attention from hiring representatives at this time.

In addition to the exhibition area where job seekers will be able to meet with representatives from the participating Schools and units, this year’s forum will also feature the job search workshops “Harvard Employment Web Site Search Tips” and “Standing Out to an Outstanding Employer” as well as “Express Resume Review” and a variety of other job search resources.

Over the past nine years, the Harvard Career Forum has established itself as a flagship event demonstrating Harvard’s ongoing commitment to addressing the employment needs of the University community. In addition to valuable job search tools and resources, it provides the opportunity for job seekers to learn more about specific openings across campus and the many benefits that come with working at Harvard.

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