Connect with Harvard’s networks of peers whose interests and experiences may align with your own.
Join over 2,300 African American, African, and other graduates of HBS who identify with an African American heritage, and help build and sustain a beneficial network of alumni.
The HBS4A contributes to the Asian American leadership experience while growing a mutually beneficial network of alumni, faculty, current students, and applicants.
Through educating alumnae and the broader community on women in leadership and raising scholarship funds for current HBS woman students, this charitable organization supports alumnae at all stages of their lives and careers.
This group fosters peer-to-peer learning, connects founders with investors and industry experts, and builds alumni’s entrepreneurial skills.
The Harvard Club of New York City was founded in 1865 by a small group of alumni interested in continuing the fellowship of Cambridge. A landmark building designed by McKim, Mead & White, the Clubhouse is located in midtown.
Connect with Harvard community resources and networks, meet others who share your interests, and enjoy events tailored to those with an interest in product design, engineering, and online/digital topics.
Experience the value of an Alumni Forum—a group of 8 – 12 HBS alumni who meet monthly, working together to help its members grow personally and professionally by sharing in an atmosphere of confidentiality, trust, and respect. By joining an Alumni Forum, you make an investment not just in your business future, but in improving all areas of your life.
Access archived recordings of webinars below. This section will continue to be updated.
Recover & Rebuild Podcast 1: How to Learn about your Customer
Recover & Rebuild Podcast 2: How to Leverage Various Tools for Small Business
Recover & Rebuild Podcast 3: How to Prioritize Technology Choices
Recover & Rebuild Podcast 4: How to Start Digital Journey for a Small Business
July 28, 2020: Future of Retail: Former LVMH Executive Pauline Brown
July 27, 2020: CEO Series – Eric Yuan, Founder & CEO of Zoom
July 23, 2020: Intentional Integrity: Airbnb Advisor Rob Chesnut
July 22, 2020: CEO Series – Mark Read, CEO of WPP
July 16, 2020: Helping Companies Dismantle Systemic Racism
June 12, 2020: Media Guru: Food52 Co-Founder & CEO Amanda Hesser
June 11, 2020 (HBS Assoc. of NorCal): COVID-19 Webinar Update #13 with Dr. David Seftel
May 28, 2020 (HBS Assoc. of NorCal): Reopening America: Strategies for Containing and Controlling COVID-19
April 30, 2020: How to Navigate Your Next Act During this Pandemic
April 23, 2020: Mark Cuban on Innovation in the Age of Coronavirus
March 30, 2020: Inside the Market Turmoil: CNBC Commentator Ron Insana
HBS Alumni Career Resources offers the career management and professional development tools and information that support success at every point in your career. Each alum is entitled to up to four telephone appointments per year.
Meet with a career coach on all aspects of the career-development process including decision-making, job-search strategies, networking, and evaluating offers.
Learn from experts and fellow alumni about how to articulate a new career vision, develop a marketing plan, build your brand, and stay focused in your professional transition. Register for upcoming webinars or view past webinar recordings.
Resources are available to enhance your resume and ability to refine interview skills, maximize your networks, research industries, and negotiate the terms of new employment.
Take advantage of timely programs offered at your next on-campus reunion or by coming to campus for a specific program of interest.
The majority of outside directors are found through recommendations of current board members. Consider these tips and resources as you prepare for your board candidacy.
The HBS Alumni website is your overview of all HBS alumni events and community news. You can also sign in to the HBS Alumni Directory to find and connect with others.
During the COVID-19 outbreak, HBS-sponsored programming and resources are available for alumni.
While medical experts race to understand more about the public health implications of the coronavirus outbreak, the business community is looking for answers on how to protect their companies, adjust their operations, and lead their employees through an uncertain period. This timely collection of resources from HBS faculty, Harvard Business Review, and partners across Harvard University, provides an overview of information that may be helpful.
Keep your fingers on the pulse of the New York experience with these resources, designed to help you make the most of life in the world’s most exciting city.
IDNYC is the free identification card for all New York City residents, which gives all of us the opportunity to show who we are—New Yorkers.
At TKTS ticket booths, choose from a wide array of Broadway and Off Broadway musicals, plays, and dance productions on sale every day at 20% to 50% off regular prices.
Your NYC public transportation resource, from service status to maps to schedules.