WAPPP supports students at Harvard Kennedy School with co-curricular opportunities including funding for student-led events and initiatives, research and applied learning experiences, and more.
Explore all of WAPPP's student programming and opportunities below and be sure to subscribe to WAPPP’s newsletter and follow WAPPP’s Twitter and LinkedIn accounts to stay up to date about events and opportunities at WAPPP.
Each semester WAPPP hosts a weekly seminar series; the focus for Fall 2022 is intersectional perspectives on gender and negotiation. Led by WAPPP Co-Director Hannah Riley Bowles, the seminar will be held virtually on Mondays at 3 PM ET this semester.
"Oval Office" is a non-partisan, co-curricular political training program designed to inspire students to run for office through hands-on trainings, by growing their networks, and by connecting them with an array of leaders who serve as role models to the cohort.
Engage with leaders in thought and practice during discussion sessions and events. For Student conferences and events, please inquire with Laura Botero about opportunities for support.
HKS Student Organizations
- Gender Policy Journal — student publication at HKS advancing gender policy dialogue
- Women's Caucus — enhancing the personal, academic, and professional development of all women (trans and cis) and nonbinary members of the HKS community
- Women in Power Conference — student-let conference relating to the advancement of women in leadership