Student Opportunities

Our student opportunities prepare Harvard 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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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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Science-Based Innovation Studios

Science-Based Innovation Studios are created to be a vibrant workspace where the Center brings together local partners from community-based programs and student-led design teams. Participants will share a common interest in early childhood development to mobilize scientific knowledge, leverage “real-world” wisdom, and apply “design-led” problem-solving to move beyond traditional ways of thinking.

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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 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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