This event, took place on Thursday, October 3, 2019 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in Smith Campus Center. The University-wide kick-off launched a new year of Operation Impact. The event covered the basics of the Pilot Funds and other portions of Operation Impact. The event is useful for networking to find other students with similar interests and innovative ideas.
WELLconn is an education and support program designed to empower young people to recognize and resist the negative effects of growing up in a home with a family member who struggles with mental illness and/or addiction.
The mission of the Harvard Chan Women of Color Collective is to unite women of color and allies through social support, networking, advocacy, mentorship, and leadership building with an overarching emphasis on health, wellness, empower. To create an inclusive community space in which members can learn, explore, appreciate, and focus on issues and solutions pertaining to women of color. To foster pan-Harvard collaborations to strengthen interdisciplinary dialogue and leadership opportunities in order to propel our mission beyond the walls of the institution.
The BSA is a student organization charged with providing several essential services to the Harvard Law School community: we serve as teaching assistants in the First Year Legal Research and Writing Program, as peer advisers to members of the first-year class and transfer students, and as administrators of the Ames Moot Court competition. Our Mission is to build a community, both among first-year students and among the diverse student body of the Harvard Law School.
HDS Prison Education Project (HPEP) partners with Partakers and Boston University's College Behind Bars Program to provide academic mentoring for students pursuing a college degree while incarcerated at MCI Norfolk.
HGWISE is a graduate student organization dedicated to the personal, academic, and professional development of women in natural sciences, social sciences, and engineering at Harvard University. HGWISE aims to enhance the graduate experience for women in science and engineering at Harvard by providing opportunities for networking, professional development, and mentoring, as well as developing a meaningful community for women scientists. HGWISE has several specific areas of concentration, including mentoring opportunities, recruitment of women and minorities, career development, community involvement, alumnae relations, and parenting and family issues.
The Journal of Emerging Investigators (JEI) is an open-access journal run by Harvard graduate students that publishes original research conducted by middle and high school students. JEI provides young scientists, under the guidance of a teacher or advisor, the opportunity to submit and gain feedback on original research and to publish their findings in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.
The Harvard Program for International Education aims to expose high school students to contemporary and historical global issues and prepare them to think critically about modern-day politics through tutoring and mentoring.
HBASIS objectives are to empower BGLTQ-identified students in STEM, providing them with a forum for support and networking, increasing their visibility, and also furthering their academic and career goals by helping to connect them with BGLTQ-identified mentors who work in various science-related fields, including medicine and healthcare.
HUBBS is dedicated to opening pathways for BGLTQ students interested in finance, consulting, technology, and other business sectors to pursue their career goals through advising, discussion series, and panel talks.
The Ed Portal offers academic mentoring by Harvard undergraduates for children and youth in the subject areas of math, science, computer science, writing, and the arts. Allston-Brighton residents and students who attend the Gardner Pilot Academy, regardless of where they live, can participate in the Ed Portal’s youth programs. All programs are free and open to students in grades 1-12. Also has a mentorship program between 25 Harvard College undergraduates and Allston-Brighton children and teens from a variety of backgrounds, encouraging their exploration of science, writing, public speaking, math, technology and the arts.
The Writing Center is staffed by undergraduate peer tutors who help students in all concentrations with course writing assignments and fellowship/grant/graduate school applications through 1-on-1 tutoring services.
HCURA's goal is to increase the scope and visibility of Harvard undergraduate research, by connecting them with other researchers through a peer advising program; the Visitas Undergraduate Research Symposium, which showcases Harvard undergraduate research to prefrosh; and new projects such as The Labs Database, a resource for undergraduates looking for research opportunities that catalogues over 100 Harvard labs, and Brevia, a publication for short research articles that presents a nontechnical treatment of cutting-edge research.
The BSC provides academic counseling, tutoring, ESL classes, workshops and discussions on varying topics from faster reading to how to stay organized to students of various Harvard schools. Additionally, they also provide consultation services to student, faculty, and staff on how to improve and develop learning and development strategies.