Participating Organizations at Networking and Recruiting Reception

Below you can find a list of public interest organizations that will be recruiting during the Networking and Recruiting Reception at Public Interested. The list will be updated as more organizations are confirmed. Alumni will also be available during this time to network and advise students, either those that were in the same career track bootcamp, other career track bootcamps, or attending the morning panel of recent Harvard College graduates. 

Organizations Overview
Abt's mission is to improve the quality of life and economic well-being of people worldwide. We apply our energy and creativity to helping our customers-- governments,businesses, and private organizations-- make better decisions and deliver better products and services by providing them with the highest quality research, technical assistance, and consulting services available in the marketplace. We are committed to hiring and retaining a diverse staff with the highest quality technical, management, and entrepreneurial talents. We aspire to provide our staff with a quality of work life characterized by mutual respect and a continuous learning environment that fosters creativity and high performance.

The American Red Cross, through its strong network of volunteers, donors and partners, is always there in times of need. We aspire to turn compassion into action so that (1) all people affected by disaster across the country and around the world receive care, shelter and hope, (2) our communities are ready and prepared for disasters, (3) everyone in our country has access to safe, lifesaving blood and blood products, (4) all members of our armed services and their families find support and comfort whenever needed and 
(5) in an emergency, there are always trained individuals nearby, ready to use their Red Cross skills to save lives.

Boston’s Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics (MONUM) serves as Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s civic innovation group.

A City agency that was formed in 2010, it pilots experiments that offer the potential to significantly improve the quality of City services.

Boston’s MONUM focuses on four major issue areas: Education, Engagement, the Streetscape, and Economic Development. To design, conduct and evaluate pilot projects in these areas, MONUM builds partnerships between constituents, academics, entrepreneurs, non-profits and City staff.

For more information about the range of youth programming provided by the City of Cambridge, please visit its website. The City of Cambridge aims to meet the needs of Cambridge youth through it various youth programs. 
City Year was founded in 1988 by Michael Brown and Alan Khazei, then-roommates at Harvard Law School, who both felt strongly that young people in service could be a powerful resource for addressing some of America’s most pressing issues. They built City Year with the belief that each one of us has the power to make a difference in the world, and they were right. Since our inception, City Year has promoted the vision of service as a real opportunity for citizens all around the world to do something good within their communities. It’s through that service that we’re able to demonstrate the power and idealism of young people, engage students and citizens to achieve a common goal, and mold the leaders of the next generation. 
Our mission is to mobilize a global community of emerging leaders to build the movement for health equity. We are building a community of change makers who share a common belief: Health is a human right. Our Vision: We believe that every person has the right to live a healthy, dignified life. We also believe that everyone has a role to play in advancing social justice through the health equity movement.We embrace a philosophy of active problem solving and partnership that is designed to bring about real and sustainable progress. We are committed to creating a new breed of health sector leaders who develop innovative solutions to the most challenging health problems all over the world. 
College Advising Corps works to increase the number of first-generation college going, low-income, and/or underrepresented students who apply, enter, and complete college. It does this by placing recent college graduates from one of our partner universities as full-time college advisers in some of America’s underserved high schools. It believes that every student deserves the opportunity to enter and complete higher education.

At Compass Working Capital, we have learned that low-income families are able to get ahead when they have the chance to build savings and assets. Assets are how we get ahead in this country: buying a home; investing in an education  to get a better-paying job, or saving so our children can; starting a business, or saving for emergencies. 

To build savings and assets, you need a few things: financial capabilities, strong financial guidance, and access to high-quality financial products and services. All things that are out of reach for most low-income families.

Compass is changing that. Through our programs, we are putting the tools to build assets and financial capabilities into the hands of low-income families and empowering the families we serve to build a pathway out of poverty.


There’s something special about our country — and so much worth protecting and preserving for future generations. From stunning waterways like Chesapeake Bay and the Great Lakes, to beloved national parks like Acadia and Mount Rainier, America’s natural wonders enrich our lives in countless ways.

But too often powerful industries and shortsighted politicians stand in the way of meaningful action on some of the most urgent issues facing our environment today, from global warming to clean water. Defending our environment requires sustained independent research, tough-minded advocacy and spirited grassroots action.

That’s the idea behind Environment America. Together with more than a million supporters from all walks of life, we take the kind of action that wins tangible results for our environment.

The mission of Green Corps is to train organizers, provide field support for today’s critical environmental campaigns and graduate activists who possess the skills, temperament and commitment to fight and win tomorrow’s environmental battles.
The Peace Corps has been a leader in international development and citizen diplomacy for more than 50 years across more than 139 countries. In an increasingly interdependent world, we tackle challenges that know no borders—such as climate change, pandemic disease, food security, and gender equality and empowerment. Although times have changed since the Peace Corps' founding in 1961, the agency's mission—to promote world peace and friendship—has not. Today, the Peace Corps is more vital than ever, working in collaboration with partner organizations and using cutting-edge technologies and well-tested best practices to enhance impact.
The Harvard Teacher Fellows program (HTF) is a bold and forward-thinking response to the urgent need for exemplary teachers. As a fully-funded fellowship and licensure program, HTF offers an innovative pathway into teaching for Harvard College graduates committed to careers serving high-need urban schools.
MAB’s mission is to work with individuals with disabilities to eliminate barriers and create opportunities. Our experience allows us to forge strong community partnerships so that we can meet the pressing need for high quality services and programs and transform lives.
Uncommon Schools starts and manages outstanding urban charter public schools that close the achievement gap and prepare low-income students to graduate from college. At Uncommon Schools, our classrooms are named after colleges because that’s where our students are headed. We are a nonprofit network of public charter schools in New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts. We are growing from 38 to 44 schools, and we are looking for great people to help us do just that. If you or someone you know would be interested in these positions and are passionate about improving educational opportunities for historically underserved children and communities, please visit our website and apply online.
The Community Group (TCG) is a private, non-profit organization creating opportunities through education since 1970. TCG manages a range of programs, including a network of early childhood and out-of-school time programs, a network of charter and district public schools, consulting and training programs, and a child care resource and referral program, Child Care Circuit.
The Office of Financial Empowerment’s mission is to link Boston residents seeking financial security and wealth generation with access to capital, financial education, and financial services.
Coaches Across Continents is a global leader in the sport for social impact movement. We partner with local organizations to implement our award-winning 'Hat-Trick Initiative' that focuses on local social issues such as: female empowerment, including gender equity; conflict resolution, including social inclusion; health and wellness, including HIV behavior change; and other life skills. 
As part of the nation's central bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston promotes sound growth and financial stability in New England and the nation. The Bank contributes to local communities, the region, and the nation through its high-quality research, regulatory oversight, and financial services, and through its commitment to leadership and innovation.
Our mission is to enlist, develop, and mobilize as many as possible of our nation's most promising future leaders to grow and strengthen the movement for educational equity and excellence.