This week we’d like to tell you about a great funding opportunity at the Harvard Kennedy School: the U.S. Latino Leadership Fellowship. This fellowship is sponsored by the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Center for Public Leadership (CPL) in order to bring together talented and emerging leaders who are committed agents of transformation in U.S. Latino… Continue reading
Hello and welcome back to the blog! Last week we told you all about the Harvard Kennedy School’s Mid-Career Master in Public Administration program. If you’re not caught up, be sure to check in out on the blog. This week we’re keeping the focus on you mid-career professionals who are interested in an advanced degree… Continue reading
Hello, and thanks for joining us! Over the last few weeks we’ve been talking to those of you who are still in college and thinking about graduate school. With programs such as HBS 2+2, Yale Silver Scholars, UVA Darden Future Year and Stanford Deferred Admission, there are multiple opportunities to gain admittance into a top-tier… Continue reading
Welcome back to our blog, where for the past few weeks we’ve been focusing on you college seniors who are interested in earning an MBA. In case you missed the last few weeks, we showed you Yale SOM Silver Scholars, HBS 2+2, and UVA Darden Future Year Scholars program. For this week we’re heading across… Continue reading
Are you passionate about social change and creating a lasting impact? If you’re answer was yes, then read on as we introduce you to: The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy. Whether you’re looking to develop some hardcore analytical skills, or acquire expertise in data science, public health, international development or environmental policy, Harris has a program for you!
Welcome back, everyone! This week we’re shifting to a topic that we know is on your minds: which schools should I apply to??? We’ve been there. It can seem that there’s an endless pool from which to pick, so for the next few weeks we’ll be highlighting some fantastic programs across multiple disciplines, including business,… Continue reading
Insecurity is a pervasive part of the grad school experience, and is perfectly natural. However, you don’t want insecurity to cloud your decision-making or hinder your experience of grad school. Here are some tips for dealing with insecurity before and during grad school. Examples of insecurity Before you get in, it’s “Is my profile good… Continue reading
You got in. Now, how do you make sure you get what you came for? Though my three years of grad school at Harvard were no cakewalk, I had a great time, learned a lot, made some awesome friends, and launched my career as an entrepreneur. Make sure that you don’t let the two or three… Continue reading