Connecting with Students

Connecting with Students


Explore the many programs and services we provide to support employer efforts to connect with our diverse public health student and alumni community. If you have an effective campus recruitment practice or idea you’d like to leverage at the Harvard Chan School, we want to hear it! Email us at: employers@hsph.harvard.edu.

Employer Guidelines RE: Professional Practice, Non-Discrimination, and Sexual Harassment

The Office of Career and Professional Development works with employers in many ways, including hosting employer recruitment activities and events, like career expos and information sessions, and promoting potential job and internship opportunities to students and alumni. Employers that work with our office and with our students agree to the following policies:

Please download a PDF copy of our policy document for your records.

Upcoming Career Expos

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

Harvard T.H. Chan Fall Virtual Career Expo
Friday, Sept. 23 | 1:30-3:00pm | Register Here

The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Fall Virtual Career Expo will connect your organization with our community of talented public health Masters and Doctoral students, postdocs, and recent alumni. The online format provides an easy, effective way to reach your target audience and answer their questions. This is a unique opportunity to find stellar candidates for your open positions, all from the comfort of your home or office.

Virtual Information Sessions

Deliver a virtual presentation to a large group of students on topics that may include the recruiting and hiring process, open positions, the qualifications and characteristics you seek in candidates, and insights into organizational structure and company culture.

Virtual Information Sessions can be scheduled Monday – Friday from 1:00pm – 2:00pm or between 5:30pm – 6:30pm (Eastern Time). Requests must be made at least 3 weeks in advance to give us enough time to promote your event to our students properly. You may submit a request to host an info session by signing into your Harvard Chan CareerConnect Employer Account. Click on “Events>Request New Event>Add New,” or by emailing us at employers@hsph.harvard.edu.

Virtual Career Conversations

Connect with a small group of targeted students (5-10) based on degree program, field of study, and graduation year to discuss your organization and open positions. This is a great way to get to know specific students and encourage them to apply for your open positions. Requests must be made at least 3 weeks in advance to give us enough time to promote the event properly.

Contact us at: employers@hsph.harvard.edu to host a Virtual Career Conversation.

Virtual Subject Matter Expert Talks and Virtual Career Panels

We partner with employers to host virtual subject matter expert (SME) talks and seek volunteers to serve on virtual panels that encompass a variety of public health career education, trends, and topics.

Previous Talks and Panels have included:

  • Inside Look Series: A Panel Discussion & Networking Reception on Careers in Consulting & Research
  • Making the Most of Your Mentor
  • Clinical Enterprise Alignment in the Academic Health System
  • Inside Look Series: Job Search Secrets from a Recruiter’s Perspective
  • Careers in Social Justice: Personal Growth and Challenges When Working for Racial Equity

If your organization would like to provide a SME for a virtual presentation or would be interested in sending a representative to participate in an upcoming career panel, please get in touch. employers@hsph.harvard.edu.

Virtual Interview Program

Participating in our Virtual Interview Program enables employers to post a job in CareerConnect, screen application documents, and then schedule interviews all in one location with the support of our Employer Relations team.

There is no charge for participating in the Virtual Interview Program. To request assistance coordinating the process through CareerConnect, please contact us at employers@hsph.harvard.edu

Requests must be received at minimum, 4 weeks prior to the desired interview date.