Thursday April 1 - 7:00pm
Join Louise Debé, Executive Director of iCivics for a conversation about the future of civic education. iCivics is an organization focused on providing high-quality and engaging civics resources to teachers and students across our nation.
Louise Dubé currently serves as the Executive Director of iCivics which champions equitable, non-partisan civic education so that the practice of democracy is learned by each new generation.
Before this, Louise co-founded CASES, a New York alternative-to-incarceration program for youthful offenders where education helped re-shape lives. Inspired by a continuing deep commitment to ongoing learning, she has devoted her career to ensuring that all students are prepared for active and thoughtful citizenship and life.
Friday April 2 - 2:00pm
Journalism Workshop: The Art of Interviewing
What does it take for a journalist to conduct great interviews?
Find out with Janet Hook, Spring 2021 IOP Fellow, National Political Reporter, Los Angeles Times
This workshop is for Harvard College undergraduates.
Friday April 9 - 4:00pm
Join the Arab American Heritage Month Career Roundtable for a conversation with Arabs involved in public service and organizing on their experiences in the field. We'll touch on how identity has influenced their pursuits and values, the value of representation, and how their journey into public service! Speakers will include Amna Ali, founder of the Black Arabs Collective, Hassaan Shahawy, '16, HLS '22, former Rhodes Scholar and current President of the Harvard Law Review, and Rana Al Kaliouby, Co-Founder and CEO of Affectiva, author of Girl Decoded, and AI and Emotion AI thought leader.
This event hosted by the IOP's Internship and Career Services program, the Society of Arab Students, Arab Professional Network, and the Harvard Arab Alumni Association.