Unfortunately, jobs removed from your Dashboard (including saved and submitted applications) cannot be restored. Please note that this will not affect any previously submitted applications. You will be contacted regarding the status of your candidacy with the contact information you provided on your application.
It’s a good idea to apply as soon as you know you will need care, whether you are expecting a baby or moving to the Cambridge area. Even if you are applying “late,” please don't assume that every center is full and that it’s not worth applying. Harvard's population is very mobile and things can change quickly.
Child-care centers are licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. Group sizes, adult-to-child ratios and the number of square feet required per child are all regulated by law.
No, families must apply to each center individually. You can apply to one or more centers using the universal online application, available at the web sites of each of the centers. You will only need to enter your family’s information once. You will need to indicate, however, which centers you wish to receive your application by checking the relevant boxes.
Child care center tuition payments go directly to Campus Child Care, Inc. (CCC), the independent, nonprofit organization that comprises all six child care centers. Eighty-five percent of child-care centers’ budgets go to salaries and benefits.