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Career Development Opportunities @ HMS

If you are looking to enhance your existing career at HMS, or to prepare yourself for advancement, please be sure to explore opportunities for Career Development at Harvard.

Undecided about what you want or know how to do? Explore your interests, skills, values and reputation with Looking Inward.

Unsure of realistic possibilities? Find out more about where and how to get to your desired career by looking at the world of work around you with Looking Outward.

Ready to take the next step? Learn about informational interviewing, resumes and cover letters and job searching with Looking Forward.

 Training @ HMS

Options for learning alongside your colleagues from across the Harvard Longwood Campus abound!

Our own Work/Life and Learning & Development resources, as well as the Center for Workplace Development (CWD), offer a wide range of workshop and discussion formats and topics.

Current Calendar of Offerings for the Harvard Longwood Campus

For questions related to our Work/Life offerings, contact ( For questions about Learning & Development on the Harvard Longwood Campus, contact Gillian Simkiss (

Self-Paced Learning (for free!)

Harvard ManageMentor, developed by Harvard Business Publishing, is an online learning and collaboration resource for solving everyday business challenges.  If you need guidance creating a budget, suggestions for making meetings more effective, or techniques for motivating and leading others, Harvard ManageMentor offers best practices from world-class business experts on a wide spectrum of management topics. Harvard ManageMentor

There are also excellent training resources available through lyndaCampus, an online training resource for members of the Harvard community. lyndaCampus at Harvard University 




2014 Harvard Longwood Campus
On My Own Time Exhibit
Now Accepting Submissions!

On My Own Time (OMOT) is an exhibit that features the diverse talents and interests of staff, faculty, post-docs, and students, providing the opportunity to bring one's whole self to work and showcase talents that may not be apparent to your colleagues.  Past exhibit entries included music, dance, photography, textiles, basket-weaving, poetry, sculpture, cooking, and more.


The OMOT exhibit will include HSPH, HMS, and HSDM. The exhibit will be displayed at the HSDM Research Education Building at 190 Longwood Avenue (located directly behind 188 Longwood Avenue) from November 12-21, 2014All are invited to the reception celebration on Wednesday, November 12th from 2:30p-4:30p in the lobby of the Research Education Building.


If you would like to participate, please complete the entry form found hereThe deadline for submissions is Friday, October 24, 2014.


Please contact the OMOT team with any questions at, or call either Tania Rodriguez (617.432.3809) or Ilia Maldonado (617.432.1627).