HGBC is recruiting new members for our leadership team! We are a student-run club dedicated to maintaining a vibrant and connected community of GSAS students who are interested in pursuing business-related careers. To this end, we provide an assortment of career development, networking and educational resources that are geared toward graduate students in non-business disciplines. Among the activities organized by HGBC are a 10-session mini-MBA course, offering an overview of the material typically covered in the first year of an MBA program; monthly career panels featuring professionals in business- or finance-related fields, such as entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, executives and investment bankers; and twice a semester finance workshops offering an overview of financial concepts and skills needed for a finance career.

Joining the leadership team of HGBC will allow you to build your resume, network with business professionals and organize and attend events that can help you transition into a business-related career. Moreover, all members of the leadership team can take the mini-MBA course for FREE (otherwise the fee is $200)!

We are looking for students for the following positions:
 
Directors of mini-MBA
The directors of mini-MBA will organize the mini-MBA course during the summer. Responsibilities include: scheduling the course, finding HBS professors to teach the 10 lectures, booking rooms, checking emails and responding to mini-MBA inquiries, sending out relevant course announcements, managing the finances and budget for the mini-MBA program.
 
Directors of career panels
The directors of career panels will plan and organize monthly career panels featuring professionals in business- or finance-related fields, such as entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, executives and investment bankers. Responsibilities include: finding and contacting speakers (GSAS alumni), scheduling events according to the speaker’s needs, arranging for a venue and refreshments or meals.
 
Directors of finance workshops
The directors of career panels will plan and organize twice a semester finance workshops offering an overview of financial concepts and skills needed for a career in finance. Responsibilities include: finding and contacting speakers, scheduling events according to the speaker’s needs, arranging for a venue and refreshments or meals.
Directors of networking
The directors of networking will plan and host happy hour events. Responsibilities include: inviting guests from companies, booking the venue, procuring drink tickets and appetizers, and in some cases, securing sponsorship for the event. In addition, the directors of networking will develop and maintain an alumni database.
 
Directors of development
The directors of development will design a series of new events. Responsibilities include: finding out what types of events the Harvard graduate student community would like the club to organize, designing the events, finding speakers, scheduling events according to the speaker’s needs, arranging for a venue and refreshments or meals.
 
If you are a GSAS student and are interested in joining HGBC, please send your resume and a short paragraph describing which position you are applying for and why you would like to join the team to HarvardGSASBusinessClub@gmail.com as soon as possible. We are looking forward to reading your applications and meeting you!