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Hey #HBS18 grads! To receive event updates and alerts for Class Day and Commencement text HBSGRAD to 888777.

Technological breakthroughs are upending traditional work everywhere. Significant change is coming. HBS Hacks, an innovative, hands-on, interactive event, brought together alumni in San Francisco to tackle the question of the future of work. Check out our story and learn more about the event: hbs.me/hacks (link in bio) #HBSHacks

"It is so challenging to think about the big issues as one builds a successful career, but you and your generation must not lose sight of them. Inequality is rampant, the natural environment is overwhelmed, and global peace is threatened by malign forces. I would ask you, in every decision you make every day, to remember the big picture, and play your part in helping to create a more sustainable and just world." —Professor Geoffrey Jones #HBS18 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice to graduates: hbs.me/2018advice (link in bio)

Baker and blossoms 🌸 📷: @iamjasongarcia

That Friday feeling ☺️ #LifeatHBS

Get to know tomorrow's Student Class Day speaker Serrena Iyer (MBA 2018) 🎓 #HBS18

“I would like to give the same advice to the graduating students that was given by John H. Johnson, the founder of EBONY magazine, 30 years ago when he visited HBS and was the keynote speaker at the Naylor Fitzhugh conference. You have the privilege of graduating from the best business school in the world. The question is: what are you going to do with it? Here’s the answer: go and have a great business career. Make a lot of money. And throughout your career, from beginning to end, use a respectable portion of your earnings to support organizations that help the less fortunate. Finance shelters and food pantries for the homeless. Finance computer science training programs for low income Black children. Be the benefactors for inner city charter schools like Urban Prep that educates young men from the most poverty stricken communities. Use your privilege, hard work, brilliance and assets to positively impact the lives of others.” —Professor Steven Rogers #HBS2018 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice to graduates: hbs.me/advice2018 (link in bio)

“Be ambitious, but be humble. And be ready to embark on life-long learning. With the pace of change today, you have to be ready to adapt as some whole industries and categories of work disappear, and new ones emerge. If you can keep learning new things, it will help you to seize new opportunities and not get trapped in things that rapidly become the past.” —Professor Willy Shih #HBS18 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice to graduates: hbs.me/advice2018 (link in bio)

It has been nearly a year since the class of 2017 received their diplomas. Next week we're welcoming them back to campus to celebrate their one year reunion. @hbsalumni #LifeafterHBS

HBS alumni business @lovepopcards helped welcome Class of 2020 admits to campus with a pop up card of Baker Library 📷: @hbsadmissions

“For the next 10 years, choose things to do, not things to be. There are people in this world who want to be an author but don’t want to write a book; who want to be married but don’t want to care for a spouse; who want to be parents but don’t want to raise a child. There are similarly those who want to be leaders but don’t want to lead. Don’t be one of them. Indeed, do the opposite: lead without being The Leader. Those who choose things to do, rather than things to be, come back to their 10th reunion with more to share and less to prove.” —Professor Ethan Bernstein #HBS18 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice for graduates: hbs.me/advice2018

Did you know that this year's graduating class represents 68 different countries? #HBS18

Did you know that 35% of the class of #HBS18 are international students?

Spring continues to impress🌷Share your spring campus photos with #LifeatHBS

Campus in bloom 🌸 Share your spring campus photos with #LifeatHBS

Take a look back at the last class for #HBS18. 📸: @dchannyc, @moncasta, @gilmvaldes, @insta_stemps, @kelly.anderson417, @avpuri_me

We're just days from Commencement! Follow the conversation and share your photos using #hbs18

The Class of 2017 is back on campus for their @HBSAlumni one-year reunion! How has it been a year already? #HBSReunions

That last day of exams feeling . . . #LifeatHBS

Sometimes you just have to study for finals in the sunshine #LifeatHBS

Hey #HBS18 grads! To receive event updates and alerts for Class Day and Commencement text HBSGRAD to 888777.

“For the next 10 years, choose things to do, not things to be. There are people in this world who want to be an author but don’t want to write a book; who want to be married but don’t want to care for a spouse; who want to be parents but don’t want to raise a child. There are similarly those who want to be leaders but don’t want to lead. Don’t be one of them. Indeed, do the opposite: lead without being The Leader. Those who choose things to do, rather than things to be, come back to their 10th reunion with more to share and less to prove.” —Professor Ethan Bernstein #HBS18 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice for graduates: hbs.me/advice2018

Technological breakthroughs are upending traditional work everywhere. Significant change is coming. HBS Hacks, an innovative, hands-on, interactive event, brought together alumni in San Francisco to tackle the question of the future of work. Check out our story and learn more about the event: hbs.me/hacks (link in bio) #HBSHacks

Did you know that this year's graduating class represents 68 different countries? #HBS18

"It is so challenging to think about the big issues as one builds a successful career, but you and your generation must not lose sight of them. Inequality is rampant, the natural environment is overwhelmed, and global peace is threatened by malign forces. I would ask you, in every decision you make every day, to remember the big picture, and play your part in helping to create a more sustainable and just world." —Professor Geoffrey Jones #HBS18 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice to graduates: hbs.me/2018advice (link in bio)

Did you know that 35% of the class of #HBS18 are international students?

Baker and blossoms 🌸 📷: @iamjasongarcia

Spring continues to impress🌷Share your spring campus photos with #LifeatHBS

That Friday feeling ☺️ #LifeatHBS

Campus in bloom 🌸 Share your spring campus photos with #LifeatHBS

Get to know tomorrow's Student Class Day speaker Serrena Iyer (MBA 2018) 🎓 #HBS18

Take a look back at the last class for #HBS18. 📸: @dchannyc, @moncasta, @gilmvaldes, @insta_stemps, @kelly.anderson417, @avpuri_me

“I would like to give the same advice to the graduating students that was given by John H. Johnson, the founder of EBONY magazine, 30 years ago when he visited HBS and was the keynote speaker at the Naylor Fitzhugh conference. You have the privilege of graduating from the best business school in the world. The question is: what are you going to do with it? Here’s the answer: go and have a great business career. Make a lot of money. And throughout your career, from beginning to end, use a respectable portion of your earnings to support organizations that help the less fortunate. Finance shelters and food pantries for the homeless. Finance computer science training programs for low income Black children. Be the benefactors for inner city charter schools like Urban Prep that educates young men from the most poverty stricken communities. Use your privilege, hard work, brilliance and assets to positively impact the lives of others.” —Professor Steven Rogers #HBS2018 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice to graduates: hbs.me/advice2018 (link in bio)

We're just days from Commencement! Follow the conversation and share your photos using #hbs18

“Be ambitious, but be humble. And be ready to embark on life-long learning. With the pace of change today, you have to be ready to adapt as some whole industries and categories of work disappear, and new ones emerge. If you can keep learning new things, it will help you to seize new opportunities and not get trapped in things that rapidly become the past.” —Professor Willy Shih #HBS18 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice to graduates: hbs.me/advice2018 (link in bio)

The Class of 2017 is back on campus for their @HBSAlumni one-year reunion! How has it been a year already? #HBSReunions

It has been nearly a year since the class of 2017 received their diplomas. Next week we're welcoming them back to campus to celebrate their one year reunion. @hbsalumni #LifeafterHBS

That last day of exams feeling . . . #LifeatHBS

HBS alumni business @lovepopcards helped welcome Class of 2020 admits to campus with a pop up card of Baker Library 📷: @hbsadmissions

Sometimes you just have to study for finals in the sunshine #LifeatHBS

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