The Harvard Crimson is the nation’s oldest continuously published daily college newspaper and the only daily publication of Cambridge, Massachusetts. We work with advertisers ranging from national companies to local businesses, from student recruiters to advertising agencies.
The media and advertising industry is a constantly changing landscape, and our business team is focused on innovative advertising solutions to stay ahead of the curve and deliver results to our clients.
The Harvard Crimson hosts numerous conferences and programs for students aged 13-18. The Global Programs team consists of undergraduate Harvard students from all over the globe studying a variety of fields, including history, computer science, and economics.
Engaging attendees in conversation with our editors and our journalism, we provide a breadth of educational opportunities to raise the next generation of reporters, writers, thinkers, and innovators.
Our programs span journalism and higher education to foster leadership and creativity in young people in a rapidly-changing world. We offer numerous opportunities for attendees to learn and grow — pick the program that is right for you.
For any inquiries or comments, please reach out to our Global Programs team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall Webinar Series
Sept 18 - Dec 11, Free Online
Through this free online webinar series, you will get the opportunity to learn from and connect directly with current Harvard undergraduates on college admissions and journalism. This is an 8-part series split into two topics: college admissions and journalism.
Registration is now closed.
Crimson Journalism Summit
April 15th - 16th, 2023
Central to our spring conference is growth; no matter their experience level, journalists will strengthen and advance the reporting and writing skills necessary to effectively run a newspaper!
Summer Journalism Academy
Led by our talented and dedicated summer staff, the Summer Journalism Academy will teach students a wide set of new skills—from news reporting and writing, to designing, to the business challenges of newspapers today—that will undoubtedly help them in the classroom and in their extracurricular pursuits.
Registration Information Coming Soon