Public Service Recruiting Day
Harvard College's Public Service Recruiting Day is an exciting venture offers graduating seniors an opportunity to interview one-on-one with high-performing public sector organizations to talk about post graduate employment and fellowships. You can view each job listing here! Students may submit applications for up to two organizations and must submit a unique resume and cover letter for each position. If selected to participate, students will need to be available between 10:00am and 4:00pm on October 25th for interviews. Space is limited, and applications to participate must be submitted via Crimson Careers by 11:59pm on Wednesday, October 9, 2019.
Offices Supporting Post-Graduate Service
CPIC provides placements at non-profit and government agencies for graduating Harvard College seniors and recent graduates. Fellows earn at least $30,000 per year plus health insurance and receive mentoring (and access to professional development programming) throughout the duration of the fellowship. This program currently operates in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and Washington, DC.
The IOP Office of Career Services (IOP OCS) supports student exploration of careers in public service. The IOP OCS informs students about ways to serve and how pursue job opportunities in the public sector.
The Office of Career Services offers funding for students to pursue post-graduate experiences in public service, such as the Carnegie Endowment Junior Fellowship and the Postgraduate Public Service Fellowships like the Pforzheimer and Richardson fellowships.
Established in 1983, Priscilla Chan Stride Service Program (formerly known as Stride Rite) supports students of diverse economic and social backgrounds as they become leaders in their communities, both as undergraduates and beyond. To do this, the program provides reflection and skill development opportunities, mentorship, and financial assistance.
PBHA’s Priscilla Chan Stride Service Program Postgraduate Fellowships are intended for Harvard seniors who were devoted to service as undergraduates, and who demonstrate a future lifetime commitment to service. The spirit of the award is to provide fellows with the opportunity to put their vision for social change into action. Each fellow is awarded up to $30,000.
The grant money from the Phillips Brooks House Association is intended to support the fellow’s living expenses as they work on a public interest project full-time in the year following graduation.
Harvard students are eligible for a number of fellowships both through the University and outside organizations. The list below will be updated as deadlines become available.
|Name of Program/Grant||Deadline||Amount|
|Sheldon and Trustman Traveling Fellowships||Deadline: TBA||$24,000|
|Center for Public Interest Careers||Deadline: TBA||$30,000 (minimum)|
|Bryanston and Shrewsbury (English School) Teaching Fellowships||Deadline: TBA||£6,500|
|Carl and Lily Pfhorzheimer Foundation Public Service Fellowships||Deadline: TBA||$3,000-$7,000|
|Priscilla Chan Stride Service Program||Deadline: TBA||up to $30,000|
|Deadline: TBA||up to $30,000|
|Laura Houghteling Memorial Fellowship for Elementary or Secondary Teaching||Deadline: TBA||$4,000|