The 19th Annual Social Enterprise Conference (SECON), presented by students at Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Business School, will bring together top leaders, practitioners and students on February 10-11, 2018 to engage in dialogue, debate, and expression around Social Enterprise.
Our mission is to educate participants about Social Enterprise’s potential in solving the world’s most pressing problems and to inspire meaningful discussion around the key challenges within the field. This year, SECON seeks to address the following: Mission vs Profit: What’s the Balance?
for more details, and to register for this event.
The eight Ivy League schools team up annually to host the All Ivy Environmental and Sustainable Development Career Fair. Graduate and undergraduate students are invited to meet representatives from organizations in the private, nonprofit, and public sectors across a multitude of industries.
Eligibility: Open to students from Harvard College, GSAS, HES degree students, and alumni.
Register for the fair and submit your resume by visiting the All Ivy Career website.
Follow the Facebook Page for updates on new employer participants.
Excited about launching a social venture but not quite sure how to create your pitch deck?
This workshop, led by the HBS Social Enterprise Initiative and Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, will provide an introduction of key elements of a social enterprise plan and approaches on how to build your venture.
Visit the Eventbrite page for more information and to register for this workshop.
Join us for the Harvard OCS Startup Career Fair!
This educational and career-focused event is an excellent way for you to network with representatives from entrepreneurial and startup organizations, learn about jobs and internships, and discover exciting opportunities available in the startup field.
Visit https://ocs.fas.harvard.edu/startupfair for more information.
Eligibility: Open to ALL Harvard University students.
Bring copies of your resume and your Harvard ID.
- View list of participating startups.
- View this year's Facebook event.
- Talk to @harvardocs and attending startups on Twitter before and during the event using #HarvardStartUpFair.
The Public Interested Conference is designed for students to explore varied public interest careers and network with alumni in those fields. Students have the opportunity to hear from inspiring speakers, interact with incredible alumni, participate in engaging activities, and meet peers who share a passion for public service.
Visit the Phillips Brooks House event page for more information, and to register for this event.