Harvard Kennedy School MPA/ID Program Info Session
Interested in a career in international development?
Come to the Harvard Kennedy School MPA/ID Program Info Session!
Who: Undergraduates, especially seniors (even if you already have post-graduation plans!)
When: Wednesday, February 21, 2018, 4 pm – 5 pm
Where: Rubenstein Building 415, Perkins Room (Center for International Development)
Why: To learn about opportunities in international development and to plan ahead for graduate school
The MPA/ID (Master in Public Administration/International Development) Program at Harvard Kennedy School offers unparalleled training for a professional career in international development by combining rigorous coursework in economics and quantitative methods, a multidisciplinary perspective, and an emphasis on professional skill-building.
Our graduates hold influential policy and management positions in a wide range of international organizations, national governments, central and regional banks, non-profit organizations, consulting companies, and social enterprises. Some examples include: World Bank, United Nations, International Monetary Fund, European Parliament, US State Department, US Treasury, CARE USA, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Save the Children, World Vision International, Boston Consulting Group, and McKinsey and Company.
At this info session, we will talk about the MPA/ID Program and career opportunities in international development. People usually apply to MPA/ID Program after gaining a few years of work experience, but you can get ahead by starting to prepare right now. If you are interested in working in international development at any point in your future, we highly encourage you to attend.