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Sal Mancini.

An Asylum in Allston

Nonprofit artisans’ group will use Harvard property to make PPE gowns


Zoom call.

Exploring from home

Harvard Ed Portal virtual field trips help students see the world


Reno-Weber leads a crew for Metro United Way’s Day of Action.

Doing the right thing

Alums offer Class of 2020 advice on the value and future of a career giving back to communities


Fifth-grader putting fingerprints on a page with mentor.

The lessons of teaching

Student mentors gain insights during sessions with their young charges at the Harvard Ed Portal


HILT members

Innovation assignment

Program gives students firsthand experience in creating education start-ups



Growing connections

Izzy Goodchild-Michelman ’23 cultivates produce and understanding of the ecosystem


Harvard first year student standing in front of student artwork on wall.

A summer of helping

Program for incoming first-years offers an opportunity to sample public service


Luke Scanlon acts like an airplane during the American Repertory Theater workshop.

Summer explorers

Harvard Ed Portal program offers fun, skill-building activities for local students


Man holding small dog

The simple joy of pets

Phillips Brooks House program brings dogs to rehab center to interact with residents


Five people posing for a photo; man in the middle holds an award certificate.

Investing in Allston

$100K to go to local nonprofits in 11th round of Harvard Allston Partnership Fund grants


children lying on the grass

A worm named Peanut

Boston Public School students make new friends and discover nature through Field Study Experiences at the Arnold Arboretum