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Storage Monitor Positions Now Open
If you're looking for an easy way to make a few extra bucks before the end of the semester, you may be in luck. Although finals are quickly approaching, with them come storage hours—and some coveted jobs monitoring students as they rush to pack their belongings away on time.
New Course to Bridge Cultures
The Harvard Summer School is going global this June—even for students who will remain on this side of the Charles.
Where To Find Summer Housing Around Harvard
Still scrambling to find summer housing in Cambridge? Not to fear—Craigslist isn't the only path to housing still available.
Second Shot at Summer
Nancy Saunders, Director of Undergraduate Career Programming and Advising at the Office of Career Services, speaks to students about the many ways still available to find internships and job opportunities for this summer.
OCS Launches Summer Fellowship for Seniors
The Office of Career Services has recently launched a new fellowship program supporting Harvard seniors who plan to travel purposefully in Europe during the summer after graduation.
Summer Funding Deadlines Fast Approaching
While mountains of snow, slushy puddles, and an igloo in the Quad may make summer seem far away, deadlines for summer grants are fast approaching.
New Summer Programs Focus on Research
For the first time this summer, two new pilot programs modeled after the six-year-old Program for Research in Science and Engineering (PRISE) will offer undergraduates an opportunity to conduct research in business and the social sciences.
OCS Is Thinking Ahead to Summer
If final exams have you dreaming of a time without classes, the Office of Career Services can help provide an escape: the Summer Opportunities Fair, this Thursday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Gutman Conference Center and the Radcliffe Gym.
Lea Hachigian ’12, Andrew Iannone ’12, Joanna Li’ 12, Jack Turban ’11, Jennifer Ding ’13, Jennifer Batel ’12, and Janelle Lambert ’12 studied art and science in Italy this summer.
On The Road
It might appear that making art poses the real challenge; selling should be easy. But to the traveling art student, the creating is easy; it’s the selling that’s hard.