The 2018 Summer Internship Program listings are now online
Announcing the new HARVARDWOOD PRIZE for high school juniors
Do you perform community service? Apply for a $500 Harvardwood Heroes grant
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Harvardwood Heads To... Free Public Screening + Discussion: Award-winning Documentary "Is Anybody Listening?"
A woman's journey to -- and across -- the soul-destroying chasm between veterans and others. A film about the power of love and connection.
If you're not a veteran and think this film does not concern you, well, that's the point. Veterans, their loved ones, and nonveterans love the film. Veterans say "THIS is what I want my loved ones -- and the nation -- to know!" Nonveterans say the film humanizes veterans for them. The film has appealed to people across all political lines.
Endorsed by: National Veterans Foundation; William Joiner Institute for the Study of War and Social Consequences; Minnesota Humanities Center; Returning Veterans Project; & Culturas Music-Arts in Coachella,CA
Harvardwood Heads To... JUST THE FUNNY PARTS by Nell Scovell AB '82 in conversation with Alexandra Petri AB '10
With more than thirty years of experience as a writer, producer, and director, Nell Scovell AB '82 knows how the entertainment industry works. She came to Hollywood as a bookish New Englander and worked her way up from a low-level writer for Newhart to a major contributor to shows including The Simpsons, Late Night with David Letterman, Murphy Brown, and NCIS and on to creator of the series Sabrina the Teenage Witch. While her roles have mainly been behind the scenes, Scovell has had several moments in the limelight. In 2009, she spoke out about gender bias on late-night TV writing staffs, and later she collaborated with Sheryl Sandberg on Lean In. In both cases Scovell helped spark a debate about diversity in a male-dominated work environment that her candid, wise, and very funny memoir continues.
Scovell will be in conversation with Alexandra Petri AB '10, Washington Post columnist.
This event is free to attend with no reservation required. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis. Click here for more information.
Join Harvardwood member Nada Djordjevich along with 7 other writers in this bi-coastal 50th anniversary celebration of Didion’s seminal essays on place, “Slouching Towards Bethlehem” and “Goodbye to All That." Enjoy comedic tales by culture-cruising authors at this free event at the KGB Bar, a fun literary venue in the East Village in New York City. The KGB Bar is located between 2nd and 3rd Avenue, on 85 East 4th Street, NY, NY 10003.
This April, apply to become a 2018 Harvardwood Heroes and receive a $500 unrestricted grant! The deadline to submit your grant proposal is April 15, 2018.
Harvardwood awards $500 grants* to applicants who have demonstrated a distinguished level of service to their organizations of choice. Every year, grant winners will be determined by the strength of their proposal. They will receive the first $250 upon announcement of the winners and the balance of the grant upon submission of a final essay six months later.
Harvardwood seeks accommodations hosts for the 2018 Harvardwood Summer Internship Program (HSIP). HSIP provides a list of summer internship opportunities in the arts, media, and entertainment to interested Harvard students. In addition, HSIP facilitates career-related activities throughout the summer for participating students and companies in NYC and LA (pictured below are our 2017 HSIPers at The Mission Entertainment).