Professional Work Fellowships
DON'T MISS THIS ONE: Fellowship Opportunities
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- Searchable database of fellowships - some are fellowships for undergraduate and graduate study, others for work opportunities, others for internships.
- Each year, our faculty pursue approximately 500 research and course development projects in which RAs play a vital role. You may help to write and revise case studies – firsthand accounts of important business management issues that are the primary form of instruction at HBS – and gather and analyze data for research articles and books at the forefront of business knowledge.
- We hire more than 200 RAs each year, in full- and part-time positions. There is no typical RA assignment, and no two positions are alike. A variety of work arrangements are offered.
The Patrons Program hires recent college graduates to serve as Development/Marketing Fellows and right hand people to their Principals. Fellows are paired with one or two schools and get involved in all aspects of school life. The position offers a wide range of experiences. In a typical week, a School Fellow may lead a tour of the school for a new Advisory Board member, create a grant for a 7th and 8th grade calculator program in which he/she would lead the training efforts, speak with an architect regarding the new library, and work with the Principal on a Middle States accreditation proposal and design marketing plans and materials.
- Fellows provide great help to their Principals because they lead important projects and initiatives that the former are too busy to attempt. Characteristically self-starters, Fellows tend to work independently and get involved in almost every part of the school.
- Are you interested in working in a constantly changing and challenging environment? Would you like to apply a wide range of your business skills? Does the combination of business with politics sound intriguing?
- The MBA Fellows Program at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is a comprehensive, entry-level employment and career development program designed to recruit and nurture the next generation of DOL leaders.
- The Mental Health Economics Training Program provides advanced multidisciplinary training to outstanding economists for research roles in mental health economics and the pharmaco-economics of mental health.
- The Program is seeking PhD economists (or those with a doctorate in a closely related field) who have demonstrated interest and competence in health economics, and possess strong quantitative skills.
- The Program includes an extensive curriculum as well as supervised research opportunities. Stipends, travel, and health insurance for the trainee are provided.
- The Boston Red Sox are seeking college graduates and/or recipients of advanced degrees for the Red Sox Fellowship Program. The focus of the Fellowship Program is to provide an immersion into the day-to-day operations of a sports franchise and gain insight into the world of sports
- Each Fellow will be assigned to a broad area within the organization: Business Affairs, Public Affairs, or Baseball Operations.
- Fellows will have weekly meetings with senior level executives within the Red Sox organization. Each Fellow will also have an organizational mentor that will assist in the Fellow's transition into the Club while serving as a resource