Harvard Extension School offers free academic, graduate school, and career workshops for students each semester.

Workshops are about 60 to 90 minutes long and are available via webinar. A selection of our most popular workshops are posted to CARC-TV for 24/7 access (visit the Harvard Extension School portal).

Registering for workshops

If you are currently an enrolled student or degree candidate, register by logging into online services account. You will receive an e-mail reminder two days before the workshop that shares webinar log-in information. 

If you are a Harvard Extension School alum, register for career workshops through the Office of Career Services, Crimson Careers. If you want to register for academic or graduate school workshops, e-mail carc@dcemail.harvard.edu or, if you remember your ID and PIN, log in to online services.

Workshops are online. If you need accommodations, call the disability services coordinator at (617) 495-0977 in advance or e-mail disabilities@dcemail.harvard.edu. Accommodations need to be made at least three business days prior to the workshop.

Stay up-to-date with all our events by subscribing to the CARC Google calendar on your mobile device.

Upcoming workshops

Admission and financial aid

  • The Financial Aid Application Process: A Workshop for Prospective and Admitted Extension School Degree Candidates (webinar)
    Tuesday, Feb. 10, 12:00 pm

    In this workshop, students who are planning to apply to a degree program at Harvard Extension School (ALB, or ALM) will learn when and how to apply for financial aid. We will also go over the types of funds available, eligibility criteria, costs you may face as a student, and other resources to help you finance your education. Note: This financial aid information is for prospective degree or pre-med candidates who are U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens; it does not apply to international students. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3541857169626883842 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Undergraduate Degree Program (webinar)
    Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2:00 pm

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School (HES), created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and today available to an international community. Join our admissions advisors, Patrick Schneiter and Jarumi Crooks, online as they discuss the program's unique aspects, including admission requirements, the application process, and curriculum options. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process: First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6121292756691313154 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Graduate Program in Management (webinar)
    Thursday, Feb. 12, 2:00 pm

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School (HES), created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and today available to an international community. Join our Master's in Management admissions advisors Kerry Fitzgerald and Barbara Hyde for a discussion on the program's unique admission requirements, the application process, curriculum options, and degree candidate services. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2782075943135693314 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Graduate Program in Museum Studies (webinar)
    Thursday, Feb. 26, 2:00 pm

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School (HES), created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and today available to an international community. Join our Master's in Museum Studies program director, Kathy Jones, and admissions advisor Kerry Fitzgerald for a discussion on the program's unique admission requirements, the application process, curriculum options, and degree candidate services. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8930646120728940290 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Graduate Program in Sustainability and Environmental Management (webinar)
    Thursday, Mar. 5, 12:00 pm

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School, created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and now the globe.  Join our Master's in Sustainability and Environmental Management admissions advisors Jessica Fixsen and Kerry Fitzgerald for a discussion of the program's unique admission requirements, the application process, curriculum options, and degree candidate services. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6021007400633699586 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Graduate Program in Math for Teaching (webinar)
    Monday, Mar. 9, 4:00 pm

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School, created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and now the globe. Join our Master's in Mathematics for Teaching with program director Andrew Engelward for a discussion of the program's unique admission requirements, the application process, curriculum options, and degree candidate services. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/174536838865159426 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Graduate Program in Management (webinar)
    Tuesday, Mar. 10, 12:00 pm

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School (HES), created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and today available to an international community. Join our Management Graduate Program admissions advisor, Kerry Fitzgerald, online for a presentation and discussion on the program’s unique admission requirements, the application process, curriculum options, and degree candidate services. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/705544879987782658 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join five to seven minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Graduate Program in Journalism (webinar)
    Wednesday, Mar. 11, 12:00 pm

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School (HES), created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and today available to an international community.  Join our Master's in Journalism admissions advisor Janel Olmstead online as she discusses the program's unique aspects, including admission requirements, the application process, and curriculum options.  To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3413908101014099458 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Undergraduate Degree Program (webinar)
    Thursday, Mar. 12, 12:00 pm

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School (HES), created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and today available to an international community. Join our admissions advisors, Patrick Schneiter and Jarumi Crooks, online as they discuss the program's unique aspects, including admission requirements, the application process, and curriculum options. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/869693169921585666 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Graduate Program in Biotechnology (webinar)
    Thursday, Mar. 12, 2:00 pm

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School (HES), created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and today available to an international community.  Join our Master's in Biotechnology admissions advisor Joan Short online as she discusses the program's unique aspects, including admissions requirements, the application process, and curriculum options. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5994355238776453634 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Graduate Program in Liberal Arts (16 Fields) (webinar)
    Friday, Mar. 13, 12:00 pm

    For over 30 years, the Harvard Extension School's Master of Liberal Arts Program (currently comprising 16 fields) has combined a Harvard tradition of scholarship with a democratic admissions policy. Convenient part-time study, evening and online classes, and affordable tuition make the pursuit of this degree a natural fit for many students who also value and expect academic rigor. Join our Master of Liberal Arts (16 fields) admissions advisor Janel Olmstead for a chat about the program, with time for Q and A. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5595375454405197570 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Using Your Veterans’ Education Benefits through the Veterans Administration
    Friday, Mar. 27, 12:00 pm

    In this workshop we will discuss the education benefits available to military veterans through the Veterans Administration. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3846324034760645633 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Graduate Program in Information Technology (webinar)
    Tuesday, Mar. 31, 12:00 pm

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School (HES), created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and today available to an international community.  Join our Master's in Information Technology admissions advisor Jessica Fixsen as she discusses the program's unique aspects, including admission requirements, the application process, and curriculum options. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at ttps://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5087229558559049730 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • The Financial Aid Application Process: A Workshop for Prospective Harvard Extension School Degree Candidates
    Wednesday, Apr. 22, 12:00 pm

    In this workshop, students who are planning to apply to a degree program at Harvard Extension School (ALB, or ALM) will learn when and how to apply for financial aid. We will also go over the types of funds available, eligibility criteria, costs you may face as a student, and other resources to help you finance your education. Note: This financial aid information is for prospective degree or pre-med candidates who are U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens; it does not apply to international students. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4949613583715009026 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

Academic

  • Improving Reading Strategies (webinar)
    Friday, Jan. 30, 1:00 pm

    In this 90-minute webinar (which is an introduction to the more comprehensive Harvard Course on Reading and Study Strategies, http://www.bsc.harvard.edu, click on The Reading Course) participants will assess their current approaches to reading, and then learn and experiment with new approaches that may be more effective for studying at Harvard. Participants are encouraged have something they are currently reading available to use during the workshop. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3507356693967384833 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Listen Up: Three Ways to Make Your Audience Pay Attention (webinar)
    Monday, Feb. 2, 12:00 pm

    First impressions count. This workshop, led by Dr. Steven D. Cohen, will help you connect with your audience from the moment you enter a room or walk on stage. Learn how to command attention, eliminate filler words, and build a strong bond with your listeners. To participate, you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7687227112752017409 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • How to Set Goals and Positively Meet Them (webinar)
    Wednesday, Feb. 4, 12:00 pm

    The latest research in positive psychology has shown that people who have goals are happier and more successful than those who do not. People who write down their goals are more likely to meet them and people who set the "right" goals (intrinsic, measurable, approachable goals, to name a few) are more productive and successful.  In this workshop you will learn about the science of goal setting and how to set the right academic goals to help you thrive and enjoy your semester.  Participants will also learn how to develop the most important qualities you need for success (i.e., perseverance and self-regulation) and leave with a 30-day academic action plan. (Recommended reading: "Creating Your Best Life," by Caroline Adams Miller & Dr. Michael Frisch). To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1146542501391860994 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Lifting the Curtain on Powerful Persuasive Speaking (webinar)
    Monday, Feb. 9, 12:00 pm

    We rely on our persuasive skills to convince our friends to eat at a specific restaurant, convince our co-workers to agree with our proposal, or convince our boss to give us a raise. In this workshop, we will go 'inside' persuasive messages in an attempt to understand how they work and why they work. Learn how to develop the mindset of a salesperson and convince your audience to 'buy' the ideas that you are selling. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2588136385824563969 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Achieving Work/Life Balance (webinar)
    Thursday, Feb. 12, 12:00 pm

    If you're finding it more challenging than ever to juggle the demands of your job and the rest of your life, you're not alone. In this workshop we will take a look at ways to manage stress and enjoy our personal lives while meeting the demands of the workplace. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3836045799467120130 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Overcoming Resistance to Starting and Finishing Writing Tasks (webinar)
    Friday, Feb. 20, 12:00 pm

    Many students are honest about procrastinating when an essay is due, whether that essay is a three-page argument about a single text or a twenty-page research essay.  "I can’t start writing until I’ve read everything I can find about my topic," they say, or, "I can’t really get my thoughts on paper unless I write them in one session."  These students are often surprised by the less-than-desirable grades that result from the attempt to rely on bad writing habits.  There’s hope, though, even for the most anxious, or rationalizing, or daredevil writer.  We’ll discuss due dates, how to manage pre-writing activities, how to turn in good work on time, and ways to work with your instructor and the Harvard Extension School Writing Center so that you can develop a writing process worthy of your goals.  Note: This is a 90-minute workshop. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4111342620163731202 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Inside Impromptu Speaking: How Speakers Deliver Amazing Off-the-Cuff Answers (webinar)
    Monday, Feb. 23, 12:00 pm

    You will face many situations where you will have to speak "off the cuff" – whether in an interview, in front of the media, or at a last-minute meeting.  This workshop will help you speak with confidence every time you are asked a question.  Learn how to organize your thoughts, convey your key message, and leave a memorable impression.  To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6046326954575420673 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

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  • Using Your Strengths to Succeed In and Out of the Classroom (webinar)
    Wednesday, Feb. 25, 12:00 pm

    Research in positive psychology has found that across cultures, there are 24 strengths that most people have. Knowing and using your top 5 "signature strengths" can help you increase "flow" moments (when we are totally immersed and engaged in what we are doing) and lead to more enjoyment, satisfaction and success. Research has shown that people achieve more when they use their strengths and learn how to manage their weaknesses. In this workshop you will learn how to apply your strengths to your current academic opportunities and challenges and develop an action plan to help you use your strengths in and out of the classroom. ALL participants should take the Values in Action Strength Finder Questionnaire at www.authentichappiness.com and bring your list of strengths to the workshop. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and aphone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at 
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  • Steps to Developing an Arguable Thesis (webinar)
    Friday, Feb. 27, 12:00 pm

    A strong thesis statement is the foundation of every grade-A-worthy academic essay. There's no way around it:  Thesis-building is time-consuming because it requires you to develop a series of motivating questions in relation to the idea about which you're writing. In this webinar we will take a look at the important steps that lead to an arguable thesis--close reading, annotation, and analysis--and provide you with several practical strategies to use as you move from the one-sentence, descriptive thesis, to the arguable, more complex, thesis appropriate for college writing. Students will write a practice thesis during the webinar. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2450481927896501250 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Speaking Up/Freeing Your Voice in Class (webinar)
    Wednesday, Mar. 4, 12:00 pm

    This online workshop will provide strategies for students who wish to free their voice to participate in classes.  Through discussion in a supportive group contaxt, the focus will be on increasing self-confidence and manageing anxiety in academic settings.  To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/650722130892987650 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Perfectionism (webinar)
    Monday, Mar. 9, 12:00 pm

    Do you tend to push yourself harder than most people? Do you have trouble making decisions for fear that you will make the wrong one? Do you have an incapacitating fear of failure that is interfering with your academic performance and your personal well-being? If you answered yes to any of these questions then perhaps you are a perfectionist. In this workshop you will learn how perfectionism leads to procrastination, missed deadlines and increased academic anxiety that hinders performance. Participants will learn how to change their mindset and develop practical study skills to overcome perfectionism and be more successful and satisfied this semester. (Recommended reading Pursuit of Perfect, by Tal Ben-Shahar, "The Perfect Trap," Psychology Today, May 1999). To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability(VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8451579009080109058 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Peering Behind the Lectern: An Overview of Advanced Public Speaking (webinar)
    Monday, Mar. 23, 12:00 pm

    Experienced speakers seem to have a magical ability to deliver compelling presentations—whether in a classroom, meeting room, or convention hall.  But these speakers aren't born with the ability to dazzle their listeners.  Instead, they leverage a compelling array of advanced public speaking techniques to create powerful messages and choreograph memorable moments.  In this workshop, led by Dr. Steven D. Cohen, we will explore some of the key techniques that enable these speakers to capture their audience members' minds, hearts, and imaginations. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4075842688415227138 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Meeting the Academic Challenges of Distance Learning (webinar)
    Tuesday, Mar. 24, 12:00 pm

    Taking classes and pursuing a degree online can be much more difficult than on-campus learning.  Students studying online need to have (or be able to acquire) the self-directed learning skills required for self-paced learning.  These include, but are not limited to, managing time, keeping track of progress on course assignments, overcoming feelings of isolation, and taking the initiative to communicate with instructors and peers for questions and group assignments.  Join us for a presentation and discussion about this special skillset required for online learning.  To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7672494756451917826 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Writing Literature Reviews: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants (webinar)
    Wednesday, Mar. 25, 12:00 pm

    The literature review is a very important and useful part of any thesis, however students often view the review process as a steep mountain summit. In this webinar workshop we will approach the literature review using scaffolding to reach this summit. Workshop content and format will provide an overview of the 'why' and 'what' of a literature review; students will then learn the basic steps in the process of conducting this kind of review, from developing the research question to finding relevant literature to managing the writing. A key learning objective is understanding how to: research and manage the literature; build relationships and connections between relevant theories and authors; and evaluate and analyze the literature. This workshop is led by Deborah S. Garson, Head of the Research and Instruction Services Department, Monroe C. Gutman Library, Harvard Graduate School of Education. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2695578462910725122 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Revising and Editing Your Own Work (webinar)
    Monday, Mar. 30, 12:00 pm

    When you finish your draft, or even if you are stuck while writing your draft, you begin the most important part of the writing process: revision. Revision encourages you to revisit, re-think, and re-envision with a fresh sense of discovery whether your paper communicates your ideas effectively. This webinar will offer practical tips on how to perform large-scale and small-scale revising of your targeted thesis ideas, structure, and language. We will use your actual writing samples to help you build concrete, analytical skills essential for successfully meeting your immediate writing goals and becoming your own best critic. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8283242679355920898 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • MLA Citing and Referencing: Why, When, How (webinar)
    Wednesday, Apr. 1, 12:00 pm

    Understanding when, why and how to properly cite sources is vital to any writing assignment.  However, the citation styles required in academic writing can be confusing: When do we reference? How do we use references? Why do we use references? Which style do we use to cite references? This workshop has two components: 1) to introduce and examine the Modern Language Association citation style (MLA) for writing and formatting reserach papers; and 2) to discuss this style for understanding of how to format, cite, and document a paper in MLA format. We will also briefly address the expectations and conventions of academic writing as well as techniques and resources that will help in citing and referencing. This workshop is led by Deborah S. Garson, Head of the Research and Instruction Services Department, MOnroe C. Gutman Library, Harvard Graduate School of Education. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4588107354662098433 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Using Hollis-Plus and the Harvard Libraries (webinar)
    Thursday, Apr. 2, 12:00 pm

    This online workshop will introduce students to the Harvard libraries' new HOLLIS-Plus search tool; other topics to be covered will include the types of academic resources available, effective search strategies, the components of a literature review, and the evaluation and proper citation of resources. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6861757763083416066 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Gaining Grammar Confidence (webinar)
    Monday, Apr. 6, 12:00 pm

    Effective communication greatly benefits from a confident command of grammar. The audience who reads our writing often forms a first impression of us by our use of grammar, punctuation and language: write a sentence fragment, misplace an adverb, or wield apostrophes and commas incorrectly, and readers may question our judgment or care. Yet the rules for writing correct sentences can seem mysterious and endless. In this workshop, we will discover the pleasure of gaining confidence in a command of fundamental grammar and punctuation prescriptives; we will feel empowered by learning to spot and repair sentence fragments, run-ons, misuses of who and whom, incorrect pronoun use, subject and verb disagreement, double negatives, unnecessary and missing commas, and incorrect uses of apostrophe, semicolon, and colon. We will demonstrate how our communications improve by applying these grammar tools to a series of short writing exercises. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1046026247892464386 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • APA Citing and Referencing: Why, When, How (webinar)
    Wednesday, Apr. 8, 12:00 pm

    Understanding when, why and how to properly cite sources is vital to any writing assignment.  However, the citation styles required in academic writing can be confusing: When do we reference? How do we use references? Why do we use references? Which style do we use to cite references? This workshop has two components: 1) to introduce and examine the Modern Language Association citation style (MLA) for writing and formatting reserach papers; and 2) to discuss this style for understanding of how to format, cite, and document a paper in MLA format. We will also briefly address the expectations and conventions of academic writing as well as techniques and resources that will help in citing and referencing. This workshop is led by Deborah S. Garson, Head of the Research and Instruction Services Department, MOnroe C. Gutman Library, Harvard Graduate School of Education. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4495862727138229505 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

Graduate school

  • The Business School Application (webinar)
    Thursday, Apr. 9, 12:00 pm

    If you are thinking about going to business school, you will need a great application. In this webinar a Signet Education business school admissions expert will walk you through several common business school applications, discussing in depth each important component. After the seminar, you will know what to expect in a business school application, what business schools are looking for, and how to best prepare yourself to create a stellar application. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7152361985411211265 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Writing Graduate School Essays (webinar)
    Thursday, Apr. 16, 12:00 pm

    Graduate school admission committees look to the essays and personal statements for additional insight about the applicant's motivation, experience, and vision. Yet applicants who approach a graduate school application essay in the same way they approached their undergraduate essays run the risk of failing to provide graduate programs with academic information critical to admission. This webinar, offered by a Signet Education graduate school advisor, offers participants a look at graduate school essay questions and a chance to think through their options, their strategies, and their plans for completing this important part of the application. An informational handout to accompany this workshop can be found here on the CARC webpage. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1941162853892485121 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

Career

  • Academic and Professional Opportunities at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History (webinar)
    Friday, Feb. 6, 1:00 pm

    Join us for discussion, via webinar, on the many museum internships, fellowships, and career opportunities at the Smithsonian museum. Internship & Fellowship Manager Omar Eaton-Martinez will discuss opportunities in Archival Science, Curatorial Projects, Exhibition Design and Graphic Production, Museum Management, Music Projects, and Public Programs, Education, New Media, and Digital Outreach. All concentrations and degrees are considered. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at htps://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2748612306900959489 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Resume and Cover Letter Writing 101 (webinar)
    Wednesday, Feb. 11, 1:00 pm

    First impressions do count! Market yourself and gain an edge in today's job market by learning how to write an effective resume and cover letter. From writing effective accomplishment statements to deciding what to include and what to leave out, this workshop discusses, step-by-step, how to build and improve your resume and cover letters. Presented by Linda Spencer, Assistant Director, OCS. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2468339095795905281 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Ace Your Interview (webinar)
    Tuesday, Feb. 17, 1:00 pm

    Interview skills can make or break your chance of receiving an offer. This webinar will focus on the dynamics of conducting a winning interview. Learn how to effectively prepare and research for an interview, and how to handle difficult questions. The workshop will also include a discussion of effective salary negotiation strategies. Presented by Linda Spencer, Assistant Director, OCS. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7238251434530454785 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered,you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Positioning Your Extension School Degree to Employers (webinar)
    Wednesday, Feb. 18, 1:00 pm

    Join us for an interactive webinar discussion about how to position your Harvard Extension School experience with potential employers. Have you ever been asked What is the Harvard Extension School? and Why did you choose to attend? This webinar will explore these questions as well as how to represent the Harvard Extension School on your resume, at interviews, and at networking events. Presented by Linda Spencer, Assistant Director, OCS. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1067151164172203265 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered,you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Career Path Spotlight: International Affairs (webinar)
    Tuesday, Feb. 24, 1:00 pm

    Join us for a webinar featuring Curtis Raynold, a 2012 graduate of the Harvard Extension School's Master of Liberal Arts program, Government concentration, and a seasoned political analyst with extensive experience in political outreach, facilitation, analysis, advice, and reporting. Curtis currently works as a Political Affairs Officer in the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs, having joined the U.N. in June 1985 through the U.N. National Competitive Examination in Economics. He previously served with the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime in Vienna, Austria from 1985 to 2004. Prior to his international engagement, from 1978 to 1985, he worked in the St. Lucia Ministries of Finance and Foreign Affairs. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3822984700216053249 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Networking: Making Your Contacts Count (webinar)
    Wednesday, Feb. 25, 1:00 pm

    Studies continue to show that networking is the most effective job search strategy. Learn step-by-step how to implement this strategy by building relationships and connecting with people who can help you explore career options, leading you to the type of job or internship you are seeking. Conquer your fear and learn how to start networking today. Presented by Linda Spencer, Assistant Director, OCS. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1797008082201593857 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered,you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • LinkedIn for Networking, Career Building & the Job Search (webinar)
    Friday, Feb. 27, 1:00 pm

    LinkedIn is becoming an increasingly powerful tool for professional networking, exploring career options, and developing job leads. Join us for this hands-on and highly interactive webinar where you'll get to jump right in and start building your profile. You'll also gain tips and strategies on connecting with others and getting the most out of this exceptional online resource. Tips to be discussed will include how to research companies, request informational interviews, and contribute to group discussions. Presented by Sabrina Woods.  To get the most out of this webinar, we would also like you to do the following, BEFORE joining the session: 1. Go to www.linkedin.com and create a free account, 2. Add at least one past work experience or internship, and 3. Add one group.  This could be a Harvard related group, or an industry specific group (i.e. Supply Chain Management Group, The Psychology Network, etc.) To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2459482529634522625 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Marketing You! (webinar)
    Tuesday, Mar. 3, 1:00 pm

    In this marketplace, it’s critical that you stand out and stand for something. Join Chris Colbert, founding partner of strategic marketing firm Holland-Mark, and learn to re-think your professional package. Not only will you be inspired with the knowledge of how powerful your brand can be, you’ll have a chance to think about what your brand is and why it makes you a strong candidate. If you're seeking a job or new career path this 75-minute exploration will open your eyes to why it has nothing to do with job seeking and everything to do with "marketing you." To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6478694508411590401 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered,you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Getting The Most Out of Career Fairs (webinar)
    Wednesday, Mar. 4, 1:00 pm

    Career fairs can be a great opportunity to meet employers and to gather information from a wide variety of industries. Learn how to maximize and plan your time before, during, and after the fairs--including how to write and present an effective professional pitch. Presented by Linda Spencer, Assistant Director, OCS. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1299031569400717825 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered,you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Resume and Cover Letter Writing 101 (webinar)
    Tuesday, Mar. 10, 1:00 pm

    First impressions do count! Market yourself and gain an edge in today's job market by learning how to write an effective resume and cover letter. From writing effective accomplishment statements to deciding what to include and what to leave out, this workshop discusses, step-by-step, how to build and improve your resume and cover letters. Presented by Linda Spencer, Assistant Director, OCS. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2269816773842830081 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Career Path Spotlight: Finance (webinar)
    Wednesday, Mar. 11, 1:00 pm

    Join us for a webinar featuring Faina Makler, a degree candidate in the Master of Liberal Arts in Management program, Finance Concentration, at the Harvard Extension School. Faina is a financial expert who has held numerous positions in large financial institutions such as New York Life and Bank of America. She began her career working as a financial services professional and personal banker, and is currently a senior manager with Santander Bank. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4891448318668818689 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Ace Your Interview (webinar)
    Tuesday, Mar. 24, 1:00 pm

    Interview skills can make or break your chance of receiving an offer. This webinar will focus on the dynamics of conducting a winning interview. Learn how to effectively prepare and research for an interview, and how to handle difficult questions. The workshop will also include a discussion of effective salary negotiation strategies. Presented by Linda Spencer, Assistant Director, OCS. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3609589284474354945 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Career Path Spotlight: Integrated Marketing (webinar)
    Wednesday, Mar. 25, 1:00 pm

    Join us for a webinar featuring Matthew Cooney, a 2013 graduate of the Master of Liberal Arts in Management at the Harvard Extension School. Matthew is a Program Manager for Integrated Marketing at EMC, where he combines, deploys, manages, and measures EMC’s diverse, global assets in enterprise-wide digital marketing campaigns. Matt is an experienced social media manager for several well-known global companies, including Monster, iRobot and Blue Cross Blue Shield. His professional background includes social media, direct, and digital marketing management, search engine marketing and optimization (both organic and PPC), and event, marketing, and communications management. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8661404309942365697 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Exploring Careers in Energy, Environment, and Sustainability (webinar)
    Wednesday, Apr. 1, 1:00 pm

    Are you considering a career related to environmental causes, energy or sustainability? Get a jump-start on the job and internship search by joining this webinar focused on ideas and strategies that will put you on the right track. Presented by Anthony Arcieri, Assistant Director, OCS. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1230316490711397633 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Pursuing a PhD in the Arts and Sciences (webinar)
    Tuesday, Apr. 7, 1:00 pm

    Laura Stark, PhD, Assistant Director for GSAS student & PhD advising at OCS, will be joining us for a discussion about earning a PhD. Laura will present some helpful tips for applying to PhD programs and discuss some essential questions you must consider before applying. She will also discuss the application process, how faculty admissions committees evaluate you, and actions you can take to strengthen your candidacy. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4528962424713986817 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Career Path Spotlight: Sustainability and Environmental Management (webinar)
    Wednesday, Apr. 8, 1:00 pm

    Join us for a webinar featuring Margaret Fenwick, a 2014 graduate of the Master of Liberal Arts in Sustainability and Environmental Management at Harvard Extension School. Margaret is a Project Manager at the United Nations Global Compact Office, Environment and Climate division. Previously, Margaret was an independent consultant working with Fortune 500 companies such as Philips, where she authored the foreword to the digital e-book A Simple Idea, and L’Oreal, where she designed an integrated sustainability approach linking individual brand sustainability efforts with corporate citizenship commitments. Margaret is the author of EcoChic, Spain’s first mass-market sustainable living book and the recently released white paper, Exploring the Business Case for Corporate Action on Sanitation. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5370058033636890881 by inputting your name and email.  Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • LinkedIn for Networking, Career Building and the Job Search (webinar)
    Friday, Apr. 10, 1:00 pm

    LinkedIn is becoming an increasingly powerful tool for professional networking, exploring career options, and developing job leads. Join us for this hands-on and highly interactive webinar where you'll get to jump right in and start building your profile. You'll also gain tips and strategies on connecting with others and getting the most out of this exceptional online resource. Tips to be discussed will include how to research companies, request informational interviews, and contribute to group discussions. Presented by Sabrina Woods.  To get the most out of this webinar, we would also like you to do the following, BEFORE joining the session: 1. Go to www.linkedin.com and create a free account, 2. Add at least one past work experience or internship, and 3. Add one group.  This could be a Harvard related group, or an industry specific group (i.e. Supply Chain Management Group, The Psychology Network, etc.) To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/714828056214454785 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Resume and Cover Letter Writing 101 (webinar)
    Tuesday, Apr. 14, 1:00 pm

    First impressions do count! Market yourself and gain an edge in today's job market by learning how to write an effective resume and cover letter. From writing effective accomplishment statements to deciding what to include and what to leave out, this workshop discusses, step-by-step, how to build and improve your resume and cover letters. Presented by Linda Spencer, Assistant Director, OCS. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3075165060723685121 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered,you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Networking: Making Your Contacts Count (webinar)
    Wednesday, Apr. 15, 1:00 pm

    Studies continue to show that networking is the most effective job search strategy. Learn step-by-step how to implement this strategy by building relationships and connecting with people who can help you explore career options, leading you to the type of job or internship you are seeking. Conquer your fear and learn how to start networking today. Presented by Linda Spencer, Assistant Director, OCS. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7792205183813025025 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.
     

Career for degree candidates and alumni only

  • Introduction to the Office of Career Services (webinar)
    Tuesday, Feb. 10, 1:00 pm

    Wondering about all of the various career services available to Harvard Extension School degree candidates or alumni? Not sure where to begin? Join this informative session to learn about the Office of Career Services, and all of the opportunities available to you! Presented by Linda Spencer, Assistant Director of Career Services, OCS. For Matriculated Degree Candidates and Alumni Only. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3873715067209852929 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered,you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Harvard Extension School Degree Candidate and Alumni Job Fair (on campus)
    Thursday, Mar. 5, 3:00 pm

    Join us at the Cambridge Sheraton Commander hotel for the 5th Annual Extension School Degree Candidate and Alumni Job Fair. Meet with a number of different employers across a wide array of industries, and learn about internship and job opportunities. Bring your resumes and be ready to network! For additional information, visit http://www.ocs.fas.harvard.edu/students/jobs/other-fairs.htm. For Harvard Extension Degree Candidates & Alumni Only.