We believe that Harvard students have a unique role to play in education innovation – both at Harvard and beyond. Our goal with this initiative is to lower the bar to entry for students who have new ideas related to teaching, learning, and education innovation broadly. Whether you are trying to start a new student organization on campus or trying to launch a venture in the free market, we aim to help students from all schools and from all levels navigate the breadth of resources on campus, meet other students who are interested in similar issues, get support, and – most importantly – get started.
Learn more about:
- Pilot Funds – our $20K funding opportunity for early-stage education innovation ideas
- Education Innovation Fellows – who they are and how they can help you
- Resources and events across Harvard – join our e-newsletter to receive updates
- Lessons learned – what we’ve learned from our student innovation teams
Connect with us.
Join the HIVE newsletter.
HILT will be collaborating closely with students from HIVE to bring you weekly digest of everything you need to know across Harvard – events, funding, opportunities and more. This is your one-stop-shop for everything you need to know about education innovation across Harvard – and beyond.
Join our Student Education Innovation Slack channel.
Use our Slack channel to communicate with other students and alumni who are working on education innovation. Looking for help? Trying to join a team? This is a great place to get connected and troubleshoot real issues in real time. Here are some tips for using our Slack channel effectively.
This is a great way to find other student and alumni who are interested in education innovation. You need to be a student/alumni at Harvard to join! Having trouble joining? Connect with HILT on LinkedIn.
If you have questions or ideas about our new cross-school student education innovation network, please contact Jaime Goldstein (email@example.com), Director of Strategic Projects and Innovation Grants. We look forward to hearing from you!