Does everybody know what they’re going into right out of college? We get the idea that by choosing a college, and choosing a major course of study while in college, we are choosing a career—a life-long career—as though we know at age or 18 or 20 what it is we’ll be excited about doing in our 30s and 40s—even our 80s. But does anybody really know that?
Hear what Harvard faculty across the arts, sciences, and social sciences have to say in response to the question, “is there a right way to choose, and pursue, a career?” The panel will consider the relationship between college, college majors and minors, graduate program choices, and one’s path through life.
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