As part of the University's distributed workforce (on-campus and virtual teams), All remote work must be performed in a state in which Harvard is registered to do business (CA, CT, MA, MD, ME, NH, NY, RI, and VT).
Visiting Fellowships are a minimum of 12-months with some Fellowship roles lasting longer than 12-months, based on the business and funding needs of the hiring department. The terms of the Fellowship role will be listed on the job posting on Harvard Careers.
In May-June, hiring departments interested in recruiting a Visiting Fellow will post their job in Harvard Careers. Candidates will participate in the interview process of phone screening and interviews throughout June and July.
The selection of successful candidates will occur in July and August. Departments should plan to hire and onboard their Visiting Fellow before the AFP...
No, AFP encourages professionals from various backgrounds to bring their unique talents to the field of education. We have Fellows from backgrounds including the professions, education, government, and other areas.
The salary range varies depending on the individual position requirements but will generally fall in grade levels 56, 57, or 58, exempt. Salary ranges are posted here. Applicants hired as a Visiting Fellow receive the Harvard University benefits package, including vacation time and health, vision, and dental insurance.