Peabody Terrace Children's Center (PTCC) is a non-profit child care center providing care for University affiliated families and the surrounding community. The Center serves children between 3 months and 5 years of age. There are 8 classrooms in total: 2 Infant classrooms, 4 Toddler classrooms, 2 Preschool classrooms, and an Art Studio. We are inspired by the Reggio Emilia early childhood education philosophy which honors Read more about Peabody Terrace Children's Center Open House
Harvard Yard Child Care Center is a non-profit, child care center and preschool, serving children from three months through five years of age, in Cambridge, MA. We are open to all families, regardless of race, religion, national origin, cultural heritage, political beliefs, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability.
We believe in developing strong individual relationships, stressing respect for all children and their families. When Harvard Yard Child Care Center was founded in 1971, it was founded as a cooperative child care center. Today we are not fully cooperative, but ask Read more about Harvard Yard Child Care Center Open House
Radcliffe Child Care Center, 10 De Wolfe Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Celebrating 40 years in the community, Radcliffe Child Care Center is located in the Heart of Harvard Square, steps from the Charles River. Through our well-trained staff, we offer high-quality group care and education on a fee basis for children 3 months old through 5 years of age.
Harvard Yard Child Care Center, 25 Francis Avenue, Cambridge, 02138
Harvard Yard Child Care Center -- an independent, nonprofit child care center, operating on Harvard's campus -- will host an open house. HYCCC serves children from ages 3 months to 5 years.Visit their website to learn more.
Harvard offers a School's Out Vacation Camp program to give parents options during the February and April public-school vacation weeks and one hard-to-cover week at the end of the summer. The program generally runs on three campuses: Cambridge, the Longwood Medical Area, and the Harvard Business School.
The program is open to the children, ages 5 to 12, grades K to 6, of benefits-eligible faculty and staff on a regular Harvard payroll.
Benefits-eligible faculty and staff at Harvard may apply for financial assistance to help pay for child care through several scholarship funds provided by the University. The application opens on July 15 and closes on August 12. Please go here for more information.
In-home back-up care for children and adults is provided to eligible Harvard faculty and staff through Care.com Backup Care. Care can be provided for adults or children. Harvard employees pay the caregiver directly. Current employees can learn more and register and register for these services by going to HARVie.
Harvard’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can provide information on day care options, including tailoring a list of providers according to your desired location, preferred type of care, etc. Current faculty and staff members may find EAP contact information on HARVie. In addition, there are six child care centers on Harvard’s campuses, serving children from age three months to five years. Harvard also provides child care scholarships, which can be used toward the costs for in-home, Read more about Do you have resources to support my search for child care?
Scholarship award notifications are made by email about eight weeks after the close of the application period. Application periods vary according to employee group. Payments are made two to four times per year, through employees’ paychecks, once claims for reimbursement are submitted through PeopleSoft. Visit the child care scholarship section of this website for more information.