Curious about what it's like to attend The Academies? Our Academies Experience packet gives an inside look into how a week at the Academies will launch you to new heights.
School is the time to explore stuff, make friends, and yes, discover if there’s a Steve Jobs lurking inside a young mind. Learn with Leaders, in collaboration with Harvard Student Agencies, offers budding entrepreneurs at school the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of doing business and taking an idea to execution.Learn MoreLearn More
Learn with Leaders, in collaboration with Harvard Student Agencies, offers students the opportunity to discover their passion for coding. By the end of this course, you will be able to further study all that can be accomplished with Python, or bootstrap yourself into learning another language.Learn MoreLearn More
The Academies at Harvard is a sister company of HSA Tutoring, a non-profit division of Harvard Student Agencies whose mission is to provide high-quality tutoring to students in the Boston area and beyond at the most affordable prices. Their core service is private tutoring for any standardized test (SAT, ACT, AP, IB, SAT II, etc) or academic subject, provided in-person or online. HSA Tutoring also provides small group courses in ACT and SAT prep, personalized college essay prep, and pre-professional programs for high school students held at Harvard. All HSA tutors are current Harvard students and all profits go straight back into student wages, so you know where your money is going, always.Learn MoreLearn More
The Women's Leadership Conference by Harvard Student Agencies is an opportunity to learn and connect with others who are invested in developing their leadership skills, while diving deep into women's leadership topics with a full day of keynote speakers, panels, and break-out sessions. Along the way, high schoolers are encouraged to build their confidence surrounding leadership and networking. With a collection of speakers from STEM, politics, and business fields, the conference provides a range of experiences for students to hear and reflect upon. Students will be able to explore different interests and learn from female leaders in their field and Harvard students.Learn More