Transform ideas into positive change.
When your time at Harvard Kennedy School comes to an end, it doesn't mean your connection to the school is through. What you take away from here will resonate in every aspect of your professional life and make you a better leader.
During these rigorous and highly interactive executive programs, you and your peers will be challenged to think critically in order to identify feasible solutions to the world’s most complex problems. Hands-on learning with faculty, colleagues and visiting policy experts provide new perspectives on the challenges you face every day.
Based on the reports of past executive program participants, we are confident that you will leave Harvard Kennedy School with a renewed sense of passion for your work, a fortified commitment to the public interest and the ability to transform ideas into positive change and measurable results.
A global community of alumni
Your list of contacts will be a lot bigger. That's because upon completion of an executive program, you will become a member of a powerful global community of nearly 75,000 Harvard Kennedy School alumni, all of whom are dedicated to carrying forth the school’s mission of making the world a better place.
In just a few extraordinary days, you will form a lasting network of new colleagues. This tremendously talented group of peers will become some of your most valuable resources: individuals whom you can contact for ideas, insights and practical advice long after you leave Harvard Kennedy School.
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Executive Education Alumni Benefits
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Whether you live an hour away or halfway across the globe, Harvard Kennedy School is here to support you in your professional journey.
During an executive program, you will develop a new and diverse network of colleagues, faculty and program staff with whom you can stay connected long after the program ends. Be sure to share your successes and insights so that others can benefit from your experiences. After all, a shared commitment to public value is essential to helping all of us make a difference in the world.