Job Notices

Several college programs match students with paid and unpaid jobs and internships. To find out more about how alumni can provide these learning and working opportunities, contact the offices listed below.

The Office of Career Services connects students with employers for full-time, part-time, and summer jobs or internships throughout the year. For information, contact Nancy Saunders at 617-495-2595/496-2747 or e-mail [email protected].

The Harvard College Women’s Center runs two mentoring programs for undergraduates. The Radcliffe Mentor Program matches students with alumnae for career development. The Science Mentors Program aims to enable more young women to stay in the pipeline for careers in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) through pairing students with women pursuing a doctorate in one of these fields at Harvard. For further details, please visit http://hcwc.fas.harvard.edu/mentor.html or call 617-959-4864/496-2029 or e-mail director Susan Marine at [email protected]

To offer a paid position, contact the Student Employment Office: call 617-495-2585 or visit www.seo.harvard.edu.

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