We are in the process of recruiting a Chapter Co-Chair for our Boston/Cambridge chapter. If you are interested in learning more about this position and what it entails, please send an email to HarvardAEd@gmail.com.
Boston / Cambridge
Chapter Co-Chair: Emily Pope
The HAEd Boston/Cambridge chapter aims to reach across Harvard’s silos in order to engage alumni and current students who share an interest in education. By convening around educational events, our network creates opportunities for sustained connection and collaboration.
HAEd NYC is uniquely positioned to bring together the best of education across all sectors. Home to America's largest public school district, world-leading research universities and non-profits, and hundreds of tech and ed-tech start-ups, NYC is the perfect place for the public, private, and social sectors to cross-pollinate. Join us for 2016 as we get together and enjoy all the city has to offer! The focus for the year will be getting to know one another, building friendships, and deciding how we can best contribute to the education world in the Big Apple.
The HAEd San Francisco chapter provides a platform for Harvard alumni with an interest in education - whether it’s in efforts to eliminate the achievement gap, the development of education technologies, or the reimagination of traditional school models. Our network provides a collaborative environment for cross-pollination and shared learning. This year will be filled with learning about one another and exploring innovative organizations. Keep an eye out for all of our interesting events!
The HAEd Sub-Saharan chapter is an opportunity for the many Harvard affiliates throughout this vast region to connect and convene. Thanks to rapid advances in technology and communication, we intend to be at the forefront of a new era of collaboration across sectors and within the great diversity of cultures, further empowering the work of change through a shared belief in the power of education.
Chinese educators and parents highly regard education as a pillar in society. In addressing educational challenges and opportunities in a rapidly changing world, they engage globally and adapt guidance and ideas from renowned institutions for best practices. In this context, the Greater China chapter is dedicated to building a community of Harvard alumni working, or with an active interest, in education. We aim to cultivate and share ideas, to participate in lifelong learning opportunities, and to contribute beyond the Harvard community to advance quality education for all.