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6 tips for making a career change, from someone who has done it

Updated December 21, 2022

By Sylvie Douglis and Keisha “TK” Dutes

Most people spend a third of their lives — or 90,000 hours — at work.

When all those hours include stress due to wage gaps, societal pressures, commuting (or endless Zoom …

By Ariel Ackermann
Ariel Ackermann Assistant Director, Early Career Engagement
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Applications now open! Undergraduate summer research fellowship at HBS

A 10-week program for undergraduates who wish to work closely with Harvard Business School faculty on research projects on topics ranging from business strategy to social media, and from innovation management to private equity.

PRIMO has been designed to bring …

By Kendel Jester
Kendel Jester Career Advisor
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NIIMBL eXperience

Join us for the 2023 NIIMBL eXperience

The NIIMBL eXperience is an exclusive in-person, all expenses paid immersion program that offers you real-world insight into biopharmaceutical industry careers through hands-on activities and direct interactions with industry professionals. The program targets …

By Erica Long
Erica Long Prehealth & Career Advisor
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Product designer finds engineers’ playground in Wisconsin

MIT micro-internships connect alumni and students.

By: Julie Fox | Jan. 5th 2023 | MIT Tech Review

“As the youngest of four girls, Rosalie Phillips ’21 looked up to her sisters, and everywhere they went, she went. As early as fifth grade, …

By External Source
External Source
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Five from MIT named 2023 Quad Fellows

Julia Mongo | Office of Distinguished Fellowships
Published by MIT News on December 14, 2022

Four recent MIT alumni — Udochukwu Eze ’22, William Rodriguez ’18, Yotaro Sueoka ’20, and Sreya Vangara ’22 — and Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology doctoral student Jacob White have …

By Lydia Huth
Lydia Huth Communications Specialist
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