GSD students can meet individually with a career counselor to review career options, revise a resume or cover letter, plan a job search strategy, and practice interview skills. Current students may schedule an appointment through CREATE.
Casual Conversations with GSD Alumni
Take a peek into what it's like to be a GSD graduate to in academia, consulting, and many other career paths.
Tune in to 20-30 minutes long webinars and get advice on ways to develop your career.
View our 2018-2020 Casual Conversations with Alumni Virtual Series
Presentation topics include: The Art of Networking; Developing Your Portfolio; Job Search Strategies for International Students; Effective Interviewing and Salary Negotiation Skills. These workshops are delivered in groups at the GSD.
During the current COVID 19 conditions, we are working remotely. Two of our workshops are available for viewing:
Funding Sources for Summer Experiences
- The Community Service Fellowship Program (CSFP) provides opportunities for GSD students to apply the skills they have developed in their academic programs through direct involvement with projects that address public needs and community concerns at the local, national or international levels.
- The Paul M. Heffernan International Travel Award is intended to fund GSD students to travel internationally to extend the academic experience.
- Links to other fellowships and funding sources across Harvard and nationally. Many of these opportunities are specifically relevant to urban planning students.