Harvard Extension School offers free academic, graduate school, and career workshops for students each semester.

Workshops are about 60 to 90 minutes long and are available via webinar. A selection of our most popular workshops are posted to CARC-TV for 24/7 access (visit the Harvard Extension School portal).

Registering for workshops

If you are currently an enrolled student or degree candidate, register by logging into online services account. You will receive an e-mail reminder two days before the workshop that shares webinar log-in information. 

If you are a Harvard Extension School alum, register for career workshops through the Office of Career Services, Crimson Careers. If you want to register for academic or graduate school workshops, e-mail carc@dcemail.harvard.edu or, if you remember your ID and PIN, log in to online services.

Workshops are online. If you need accommodations, call the disability services coordinator at (617) 495-0977 in advance or e-mail disabilities@dcemail.harvard.edu. Accommodations need to be made at least three business days prior to the workshop.

Stay up-to-date with all our events by subscribing to the CARC Google calendar on your mobile device.

Upcoming workshops

Admission and financial aid

  • The Financial Aid Application Process: A Workshop for Prospective Harvard Extension School Degree Candidates
    Wednesday, Apr. 22, 12:00 pm

    In this workshop, students who are planning to apply to a degree program at Harvard Extension School (ALB, or ALM) will learn when and how to apply for financial aid. We will also go over the types of funds available, eligibility criteria, costs you may face as a student, and other resources to help you finance your education. Note: This financial aid information is for prospective degree or pre-med candidates who are U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens; it does not apply to international students. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4949613583715009026 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within seconds) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join at least 5 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Graduate Program in Management (webinar)
    Tuesday, May. 5, 11:00 am

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School (HES), created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and today available to an international community. Join our Management Graduate Program admissions advisors, Kerry Fitzgerald and Barbara Hyde, online for a presentation and discussion on the program’s unique admission requirements, the application process, curriculum options, and degree candidate services. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6767244845786689794 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within minutes) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join five to seven minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Undergraduate Degree Program (webinar)
    Wednesday, May. 6, 12:00 pm

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School (HES), created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and today available to an international community. Join our admissions advisors, Patrick Schneiter and Jarumi Crooks, online as they discuss the program's unique aspects, including admission requirements, the application process, and curriculum options. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7423579620291943681 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within minutes) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Graduate Program in Management (webinar)
    Thursday, Jul. 16, 2:00 pm

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School (HES), created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and today available to an international community. Join our Master's in Management admissions advisor Kerry Fitzgerald for a discussion on the program's unique admission requirements, the application process, curriculum options, and degree candidate services. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5891133090054219266 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within minutes) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join 5-7 minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.

  • Admissions Chat: Harvard Extension School Graduate Program in Management (webinar)
    Thursday, Aug. 20, 2:00 pm

    Among the vast treasures found at Harvard University is the Harvard Extension School (HES), created over 100 years ago for the benefit of local citizens and today available to an international community. Join our Management Graduate Program admissions advisors, Kerry Fitzgerald and Joan Short, online for a presentation and discussion on the program’s unique admission requirements, the application process, curriculum options, and degree candidate services. To participate you need a computer with voice internet transmission capability (VoIP) or a computer and a phone. Gaining access to the webinar is a two-step process. First, pre-register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5433043560573861122 by inputting your name and email. Once pre-registered, you will receive (within minutes) a confirmation email. Second, click on the link included in the confirmation email to join the webinar. Please join five to seven minutes before the workshop is scheduled to begin.