The Phillips Brooks House (PBH) is the hub of public service at Harvard College. It is home to the Center for Public Interest Career (CPIC), Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA), and Public Service Network (PSN), and collaborates closely with the Institute of Politics (IOP) and Office of Career Services (OCS) to provide students with a rich variety of volunteer, internship, and postgraduate opportunities in public service. 

Featured Programming

Meet the IOP Fellows

The study groups with the 2014 Fall IOP Fellows started on the week of September 22nd, which will cover a range of topics from healthcare and governance to campaign strategies and media. For their biographies and schedule, please click here. Also, the Phillips Brooks House will be hosting a Meet the IOP Fellows Reception on Monday, September 29th from 3:30-5pm. 

Conversation with Senator Michael Johnston - The Education Century

Michael Johnston is a state legislator in the Colorado Senate and a policy adviser to New Leaders for New Schools, a national non-profit education organization. On Monday, September 29th 8:00-9:00 pm come listen to him speak about the educational system in the U.S.

Career in Public Service Dinner

On Thursday, October 9th, from 7:00-8:30pm in Loeb House (17 Quincy Street).

Professionals from the fields of environment, advocacy, education, public interest law, nonprofit consulting, public health, international affairs and development, human rights, government, policy and media will be in attendance to discuss their work and career paths, and to answer your questions and offer advice. 

Click here to register. 

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