Advertise to Students

The current recruiting environment is very competitive and executing a comprehensive advertising campaign may be a key to your success at Harvard.

For any employer participating in the Campus Interview Program, we will automatically advertise your positions and visit dates to Harvard on the Campus Interview email list and via Crimson Careers. However, to maximize the impact of your visits, you may want to consider taking advantage of the many publicity vehicles available at Harvard. The following are some examples:



  • The Harvard Office of Career Services (OCS) offers an exclusive opportunity to advertise to Harvard undergraduate, MA/MS/MLA, and PhD students through purchasing an advertisement in Crimson Careers, our centralized hub for job and internship postings and events. Included in advertisements are the following: 
    • Increased visibility through promotion of employer logo in the OCS Crimson Careers platform via the Employer Ads section of the student homepage;

    • Interactive branding driving students directly to employer’s desired link (website/job page) with 50 characters of customizable text;

    • Inclusion in the list of employer advertisers on the OCS website.

​​​​​​​Advertisements will be visible to students through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year (May 2020). For pricing information and to register, please submit the 2019-2020 Employer Advertisement Registration Form.

  • The Harvard Guide to Your Job Search written by the Office of Careers Services and published by The Harvard Crimson serves as the student guide for full-time and summer Campus Interviews. Content includes industry profiles, interview and etiquette tips, and Harvard’s rules and regulations for the interview process. It is distributed starting in August to all 2,000 students who participate in the Campus Interview Program, and remains available at the Office of Career Services through the end of the academic year. Contact The Crimson, 617-576-6600,

  • The Harvard Guide to Summer Opportunities is written by the Office of Career Services and published by Harvard Student Agencies (HSA), the largest student-run corporation in the world. Content includes student profiles, plus advice and resources for students interested in summer internship, study, travel, research or volunteer experiences. It is distributed door-to-door to all underclassmen in mid/late October and remains available at the Office of Career Services through the end of the academic year. Contact Harvard Student Agencies (HSA), 617-495-9659.



  • The Harvard Crimson is the nation's oldest continuously published daily college newspaper. The Crimson publishes every morning, Monday through Friday, except on federal and University holidays. Contact The Crimson, 617-576-6600,