Harvard’s alumni community is your community.

The Harvard Alumni Association maintains and enhances a highly engaged, vibrant community of alumni and friends worldwide. This is your community, today and after you graduate, and your unique experiences and perspectives bring it to life. After you complete one semester at Harvard, you're a lifetime member!

The College Alumni Programs office of the HAA serves more than 100,000 Harvard and Radcliffe College alumni and undergraduates. It oversees and develops programming to preserve and maintain Harvard traditions and to create new opportunities to connect members of the Harvard community with one another and the University.

Alumni volunteers have been a part of your Harvard experience from the beginning, whether that's been serving as admissions interviewers or marshaling and giving you your class pin at Convocation. We hope you take advantage of additional opportunities to engage with alumni during your time at Harvard and after you graduate.

Careers and Networking

  • Connect with more than 400,000 alumni in more than 200 countries through the HAA Alumni Directory. You can update your own profile and search for alumni. Searches can be filtered by school, class year, or location, and you can select the Career Network option to find alumni who have volunteered to share their experiences with you. 
  • Browse alumni profiles by occupation, industry, region, or concentration, and build your network through the LinkedIn Alumni Search Tool.
  • Attend Global Networking Night, which brings students and alumni from all of the Harvard schools together.
  • Attend the Public Interested Conference to hear from inspiring speakers, interact with alumni, participate in engaging activities, and meet peers who share a passion for public service.
  • Learn networking tips and tricks and meet alumni from your House in a casual setting at Networking 101, organized by House neighborhoods. 
  • Learn more about how to make connections with alumni through the Office of Career Services

Engagement

Leadership

  • Help bond your Class through leadership on your Class Committee beginning senior year as you develop resources and plan class-wide events throughout the year, culminating in Senior Week and Class Day.
  • Help advise the HAA on ways to best engage the undergraduate and alumni community and promote, lead, and review events and programs by serving on the HAA Student-Alumni Engagement Committee. 

Do you have questions or program ideas? Contact John Prince AB ’13, ALM ’18, Associate Director of College Alumni Programs at the Harvard Alumni Association.