Bring any and all surplus furniture, supplies, and equipment to the Lobby of 124 Mt. Auburn Street on January 19. Clothing, books, office supplies, kitchen goods, toys, baby supplies, tools, hardware and any thing else reusable is welcome here. Click here to learn more. Read more about Harvard Freecycle
This January 22 program introduces the basic principles and practices of mindfulness, a concentrated state of awareness that helps people see and respond to situations with clarity.
Individuals who employ the techniques of mindfulness in their work are able to monitor moment-to-moment effectiveness, respond promptly and appropriately to difficulties as they arise, and remain open to new ideas and...
This course on Jan 9 introduces participants to the Harvard University Budgeting System (HUBS), used by Harvard's financial planners to develop and maintain their forecast and operating budget each fiscal year. Learn more. Read more about HUBS Basic Planner Course
This three-month course is designed to raise your awareness of your own approach to conflict, introduce a range of theories about mediation and participatory processes, and improve your conflict management skills. The well-tested syllabus includes a wide range of guest experts and enough flexibility to respond to student-generated topics of interest. Learn more here. Read more about PON Spring Mediation and Conflict Management
This introductory class on January 4 provides an understanding of Harvard's Chart of Accounts (CoA) structure and explains the information that is captured about each financial transaction. Learn more here. Read more about Chart of Accounts
Home Buyers! The Harvard University Employees Credit Union is hosting a series of free home buying workshops in Harvard Square and the Longwood Medical Area. Click here to learn more. Read more about Home Buying Workshops