The folks on the Graduate and Professional Concerns Committee had a blast putting on the annual Symposium for approximately 60 attendees, hosted at Harvard’s Monroe C. Gutman Library. We kicked off with an amazing day with a presentation from Betsy Mayotte of ASA, who gave us wonderful insight to the Federal aid arena, and followed up with informative (and relaxing) sessions on personal financial literacy, seated yoga, desk exercises. We ended the day with a riveting session by Mr. Moshe Cohen on negotiation tactics that are absolutely critical to the discussions we have daily in financial aid and in our personal lives.
If you feel like you missed a great day, don’t worry! You can always help plan for next year’s Symposium by joining GPCC, or attending next February for another amazing day of professional and personal development. Click any image in the gallery below to see the fun in action!