Hear about what Kevin has been up to in “the land of wine, cheese, and baguettes” since he graduated this past May!
Talking to professionals in your fields of potential interest is an important exploration tool. Even though you are hoping to learn and gain information from these interactions, you MUST prepare before reaching out to request an informational interview, and you MUST do research in preparation for the actual conversations. Here’s how to do just that:
Happy November! Here’s our line-up this week:
Do you sometimes wish you could spend all your time exploring and learning about a topic or issue that you’re passionate about? Are there questions you have about the world that you wish you had the opportunity to answer? Do you feel you have the potential to make an impact in society? If you answered “yes” (or even “maybe”) to these questions, you might be a good candidate for a fellowship!
It’s a busy week here at Haverford! We have Tri-Co Tech Days, Halloween, Family and Friends Weekend, and so many workshops and info sessions!
Having trouble figuring out what you are interested in? That’s okay! Here are some tools you can use to learn more about different career paths and discover what sparks your interest!
We’re calling this week “Info-Session Mania”! Take a look at all the awesome events we have happening this week!
My name is Sarah Curtis (’20, she/her/hers) and I am a rising senior and biology major. This summer I am sponsored by the Jaharis Fellowship to work in primary care at Tufts Medical Center (Boston, MA). I’m going to take you through an average day of work today, so sit down and strap in!