Student Engagement Opportunities


There are many ways that Clubs & SIGs can support and engage with current Harvard students and future leaders. Follow the links below to learn more and participate. Involved with a program you don’t see listed below? Please let us know!


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    Crimson Careers

    If your organization is hiring, has an internship opportunity, or a short-term project available, please post it on the Crimson Careers Job and Internship Database. Maintained by the FAS Office of Career Services, Alumni can post openings for free with an option to promote remote work. Need help posting an opportunity?  Email

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    Early College Awareness

    Early College Awareness (ECA) provides Clubs and SIGs with a meaningful and easily doable community service program designed to help students and parents understand that a college education is an achievable goal. 


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      Firsthand Advisers

      The FAS Office of Career Services Firsthand Advisers platform provides scheduling and connection tools to facilitate “flash mentoring.” Alumni can offer 30–60 minutes to engage in a mock interview, review a resume or CV, or have a career chat. Public Service mentors are in particular demand. Need help registering? Email

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      HAA Alumni Directory

      Update your profile and contact information so students interested in your field or area can find you. Graduating students regularly use the Alumni Directory this time of year to source contacts and opportunities. You can also opt into the Career Network so students and young alumni can find you more easily. Login is via HarvardKey.

    • Dark red cover of The Harvard Book with gold text and gold Harvard Veritas Shield designHarvard Prize Book

      Introduce talented young people to the opportunities available at Harvard and recognize their scholastic and personal achievements through the Harvard Prize Book program.  Prize Books are presented annually in more than 2,000 high schools around the world to outstanding students in the next-to-graduating class who demonstrate excellence in scholarship and achievement in other nonacademic areas.

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      Harvard Serves Everywhere

      Share opportunities for student volunteers to serve remotely through this platform administered by the Harvard College Center for Public Service and Engaged Scholarship. Whether you share existing Club or SIG efforts or source new opportunities, it’s a great means of connecting students to local service opportunities. Questions re: your submission? Contact

    • Harvard students talk and relax outdoors on campus Summer Community Service Fellowship Program

      Support students thinking about a career the public interest field by funding a Summer Community Service Fellowship (SCSF).  Clubs and SIGs may provide a fellowship to a Harvard undergraduate working with a nonprofit host organization in their local community or in an area aligned to their mission. 

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      Winter Recess Student Programming

      Winter Recess provides Clubs & Shared Interest Groups an opportunity to engage with undergraduate students who might be in the local area for the break. The HAA supports student-inclusive programming during Winter Recess through email promotion to current students.