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Presented By: Engineering Career Resource Center

Working Effectively: Presented by Mark Herschberg

No matter your role, there are universal job skills that will help you succeed and advance in your career. Despite their importance, there's not a lot of opportunities to learn how to manage your manager, understand corporate culture, find ways to add more value, and deal with office politics. Each of which can help you be seen as a key contributor, or can undermine your career if not handled correctly. In this workshop, presented by Mark Herschberg, you will learn how to build these skills so you can make the most of any professional opportunity.

The workshop will be conducted via this Zoom link:

About the Presenter
From tracking criminals and terrorists on the dark web to creating marketplaces and new authentication systems, Mark Herschberg has spent his career launching and developing new ventures at startups and Fortune 500s and in academia. He helped to start the Undergraduate Practice Opportunities Program, dubbed MIT’s “career success accelerator,” where he teaches annually. At MIT, he received a B.S. in physics, a B.S. in electrical engineering & computer science, and a M.Eng. in electrical engineering & computer science, focusing on cryptography. At Harvard Business School, Mark helped create a platform used to teach finance at prominent business schools. He also works with many non-profits, including Techie Youth and Plant A Million Corals.

Please let us know how we can ensure that this event is inclusive to you. What accommodations or access needs can we help facilitate? Email the ECRC at to let us know what accommodations you may need.

This is a College of Engineering event.

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