Education Resources

Harvard strives to bring its mission of teaching, research and learning to our surrounding communities - strengthening connections to our neighbors and providing education resources for children, families, teachers, schools and lifelong learners. From professional development opportunities for Cambridge and Boston educators, to afterschool mentoring through the Harvard Allston Education Portal, to events and lectures for people of all ages - education is our greatest resource.

HUBweek returns with 115 events across Greater Boston

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September 13, 2016 at 10:00 am

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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.

An educational program for local 7th-graders with the goal of providing early, on-campus experiences to local students to help raise their educational aspirations. Program include visits with undergraduates and classroom tours.
The Ed Portal provides Allston-Brighton residents of all ages with access to Harvard’s educational, cultural, arts, and recreational resources.
Science in the News is a graduate student public service organization that hosts a free seminar series for the public aimed at explaining and discussing today’s hottest scientific topics.
The Cambridge-Harvard Summer Academy provides summer courses in science, math, English, and social studies to Cambridge students.
The Crimson Summer Academy is a program for motivated high school students with a passion for learning and a desire to excel.