Harvard alumni living throughout Brazil play an important role in advancing the University's engagement with the country. Alumni support members of the Harvard community in numerous ways, such as connecting faculty with worthwhile endeavors in Brazil, providing advice, creating internship opportunities for students and serving as mentors. Alumni can also serve a resource for prospective students or visiting researchers who are eager to learn more about the Harvard experience.
Harvard alumni interested in engaging with the DRCLAS Brazil Office should contact Tim Linden at email@example.com
While DRCLAS often collaborates with alumni and their networks in Brazil, the organization of Harvard alumni in the country is directed by the local Alumni Clubs and by the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA).
Harvard Alumni Clubs of Brazil
- Harvard Alumni Club of Brazil (University-wide)
- Harvard Business School Club of Brazil
- HBS Alumni Angels of Brazil
- Harvard Law School Association of Brazil
- Harvard Alumni for Latin America
- Harvard Latino Alumni Alliance
Harvard Brazil Alumni Summit
The inaugural Harvard Brazil Alumni Summit will take place in São Paulo on June 14-15, 2019. The event's theme, "One Harvard, One Brazil" represents the unification of Alumni from distinct schools, generations, geographies and professions, conveying the value of diverse perspectives, mutually respectful dialogue and solidarity in the polarized contexts of Brazil and beyond. More information is available here.
All Harvard Alumni considering attending the event are encouraged to fill out this Interest Form help the organizers plan the event and better accomodate the Alumni community.
Harvard-Brazil Alumni Impact Survey
The Harvard Alumni Club of Brazil and DRCLAS are running the Harvard-Brazil Alumni Impact Survey to help guide a strategy for alumni networking, events and public service activities in Brazil. Thus far, 276 alumni have responded, 257 of which completed the full survey.
We ask Harvard alumni from or living in Brazil who have not yet participated to please respond to the survey here.
An overview of the preliminary results from the survey is available here.