Career Development

Important Notice: CWD In-Person Classes Canceled Until April 30

To align with the University's efforts to minimize non-essential gatherings to address the challenges associated with coronavirus disease (COVID-19), all in-person CWD classes are canceled until at least April 30, 2020.

During this time, we encourage you to explore the wide array of online learning opportunities available through LinkedIn Learning and Harvard ManageMentor.

At Harvard, a job can be more than just a job. Our mission is to develop leaders who can shape a better world – and that mission extends to our own employees. We’re committed to helping you identify opportunities to further your career and advance your professional development.

Current staff members are encouraged to use the resources here – including your manager, human resources, training and education opportunities – and to see Harvard as an active partner in advancing your career. We’re committed to internal mobility for staff members, whether that means growing in place by exploring new responsibilities and enrichments, or advancing to a new position.

Our career development philosophy is that career development is a process where employees strategically explore, plan and create their future paths with feedback and guidance from their managers and information and resources from the University.

As you consider internal opportunities, maybe you’ll be interested in tuition reimbursement for an advanced degree. Maybe you’ll be looking for resources to help you prepare for a different position, or skills training for a stretch position. Or you might be interested in opportunities to network with others to improve your chances. There are additional opportunities for those at the managerial level, including manager training and Executive Education Fellowships, which let you learn and network with other managers and leaders.

If you’re ready to do your part to advance yourself, we’re ready to help you pursue the future you want.