Opportunities for Students

Join the Student Advisory Board

Three ballet dancers perform in a gallery.
Student Advisory Board members shape student-related programs and experiences, like this gallery event with the Harvard Ballet Company. Photo by Kevin Grady

Student Advisory Board members offer guidance on how best to grow and deepen student experiences at Radcliffe. The SAB also recommends and assists with implementing student-related programs while representing the Institute at their respective schools and departments. 

Harvard undergraduate and graduate students are invited to apply to join the Radcliffe Student Advisory Board (SAB). Radcliffe Student Advisory Board members provide valuable insight and practical advice to help deepen student engagement at Radcliffe. SAB members collaborate with students across Harvard schools, departments, and classes to shape and share Radcliffe resources and opportunities with other Harvard students.   

The SAB convenes monthly as a large group during the academic year, with additional meetings within each of three delineated working committees. In addition to participating in all meetings, members collaborate on a variety of projects and share information about Harvard Radcliffe Institute opportunities with their classmates and colleagues.

We encourage students to apply to join the SAB if you: are excited about interdisciplinary and engaged work; want to meet and collaborate with students across a variety of Harvard schools, departments, and years; are able to commit to attend and participate in meetings and outreach throughout the year; and want to help shape and share Radcliffe programs, resources, and opportunities with other Harvard students. 

Note: SAB membership is a year-long commitment.  

How to Apply

We are no longer accepting applications for the 2022–2023 academic year.