Student Opportunities

Students from the Harvard Graduate School of Education talk about their experiences working with the Center on the Developing Child, the impact of its work and research, and how the Center has helped prepare them to take risks on breakthrough ideas in the field.

Our student opportunities prepare undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral scholars to think differently, work differently, and drive innovation in research, policy, and practice to improve the well-being of vulnerable children.

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Early Career Network

The Early Career Network provides a forum for postdoctoral fellows and other early career scholars interested in issues related to child development, early adversity, and resilience.

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Julius B. Richmond

Julius B. Richmond Fellowship

The Julius B. Richmond Fellowship is a one-year educational opportunity that supports the dissertation research of advanced Harvard doctoral students whose work aligns with the Center’s mission.

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Student Seminar Series

Our Student Seminar Series brings Harvard undergraduate and graduate students into conversation with leaders in the field of early childhood development.

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Student Employment Opportunities

Throughout the year, the Center offers work for highly motivated students in its offices at 50 Church Street and in the labs of our affiliated faculty across the campus.

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