Yes. Anytime that you click the upload profile button in Harvard Careers, you are indicating to the system that your currently saved profile is outdated. Therefore, the new profile (resume, i.e.) will overwrite any current information and fill those fields with information parsed from the profile you are uploading. If you are just looking to attach your resume to the application, do so on the next page where the system asks for attachments. If you overwrite your profile, you will need most likely need to edit the information to ensure it parsed correctly. No previous profiles can be retrieved.
No. Once an application has been started, you can only move forward in Harvard Careers. The back button will direct you out of the application (losing any progress) and back to the job description. In order to make edits, continue through the application until you hit the "Review" page. This page allows you to read over all sections of your application and go back to edit any (utilizing the pencil icon button) before submittal.
Harvard recruiters will be at the ALC Professional Diversity Career Fair, hosted by the Professional Diversity Network (PDN). We look forward to networking with talented jobseekers. Hope to see you there!
Non-employees, contractors, or temps are unable to access the internal talent gateway. To apply for a job, please create an account on the external talent gateway available here: hr.harvard.edu/search-jobs. If you previously had access to the internal talent gateway and have pending applications, you will be contacted about the status of your candidacy. You must create an external account to apply for future positions.
Harvard recruiters will be at the 7th Annual Urban League Jobs Rebuild Boston Community Conference & Career Fair! Network with and meet recruiters to learn more about career opportunities at the university.
Increasing Diversity at HBS: please join us on Tuesday April 3 from 3-4pm in Cumnock 103 and learn how Year-Up and HBS are closing the opportunity divide. Hear from your colleagues about managing Year-Up interns, engage with interns on their experiences here at HBS, and see what this partnership means for you.
All Harvard managers are cordially invited you to a Lunch and Learn Information Session about the Summer Youth Employment Program. We will briefly share an overview of the program and as well the benefits of hiring an intern and manager expectations. Lunch will be served. All Harvard managers are welcome to attend. Program materials will be shared following the session.