Harvard Athletics hosted the Mass Bay Girls Lacrosse League, the largest girls’ only lacrosse league in...

Harvard University undergraduates and members of the Allston-Brighton community came together at the ...

When Peter K. Bol was in college, a revolution halfway around the world changed his life...

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Highlighted Programs

Highlighted Programs

Harvard University offers learning activities, events, and programs to our friends and neighbors in Allston-Brighton, Boston, and Cambridge on our campuses and in your communities.

ASPIRE, Harvard's job search and application system, provides job seekers with a convenient and up-to-date view of employment opportunities across Harvard’s campuses.
The Harvard Community Garden offers community work days, demonstrations and tastings, activities and materials for schools, groups and individuals, and regular lectures on food issues.
The HMNH hosts monthly family programs, works in partnership with local schools and educators, and hosts public lectures and events.
The Cambridge-Harvard Summer Academy provides summer courses in science, math, English, and social studies to Cambridge students.
The OFR focuses on financial aid, admissions, scientific research and other policies at the intersection of government and education.


The Harvard Allston Education Portal (Ed Portal) is a vibrant space that fosters learning and exploration for Allston-Brighton residents of all ages.

Learn more about what's happening at the Ed Portal.


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