We would like to formally invite you to attend the 2nd Annual Harvard-Wide First-Generation Student Celebration, starting November 8th, which officially marks National First Generation College Student Day.
The goal of this year’s event will be to kick-off a month of programming to celebrate and support Harvard’s first-generation/Next Gen community, including undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni, who are first-generation, low-income (FGLI), international, undocumented, Dacamented, and/or from mixed status households.
Election season got ya stressed? No matter what the results will be, we plan to dance either way! Join us for 30 minutes of Zumba with Harvard Rec instructor, Sandra, and cool down with DJ Leah V while she takes live requests! This event is open to the entire Harvard community.
Next Gen Career Series / Part 1: Defining Your Working Identity
As part of our month-long celebration of National First-Gen Day (November 8th), we are launching a series focused on expanding career support services for the Next Gen community during this challenging moment.
This four-part series focuses on skill-building and coaching support tailored for First-Gen/Next Gen student experiences and needs. Workshops include synchronous and asynchronous material.
Join us for Part 1: "Defining your Working Identity" Session with HGSE Career Services Director Valerie...
Join members of the Graduate Commons Program team for a virtual watch party after the polls close on Election Night. We likely won’t have the final results on November 3 (as states continue counting mail-in ballots) but GCP is glad to host a discussion on the election process, and to hold space for community + conversation as the early results roll in – whatever they may be. Get an Election Night primer from GCP Faculty Director, Dr. Nancy Hill, as you fill in your own results map. Hear from special guests with real-time insights, including Professor and Political Scientist...