Harvard's Office of Career Services

Post a Job or Internship

The Office of Career Services (OCS) is happy to offer the Crimson Careers job and internship database. This system will allow you to easily post your job and internship opportunities and manage the application process.

For-profit employers are charged a $30 fee for a 60-day posting. There is no posting fee for non-profit and government employers. All employers may post January Internships/Externships free of charge.

Through the same system you are able to post positions to multiple schools via NACElink, a national network of college and university career centers. Details on how to post to multiple schools are provided once you log in.

Please see the OCS job posting policies for important details.

Post a job or internship now!


Harvard Centers and Departments

OCS is happy to offer the Crimson Careers Program for Harvard University Centers and Departments that offer and/or coordinate internships for Harvard College and GSAS students and alumni. This searchable database will allow you to share your internships in one easy to use system.

Post an internship now!


Interview On Campus

For information on career fairs, on-campus interviewing, information sessions, and publicity and branding, please visit:

Interview on Campus!



The iNet Internship Network is an internship database shared by a consortium of Harvard and the following ten prestigious universities: Duke University, Georgetown University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New York University, Northwestern University, Rice University, Stanford University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California, and Yale University. Employers are encouraged to post their internships to this network after reading the iNet posting guidelines.

Post an internship to iNet now!

UCAN: The University Career Action Network

The University Career Action Network (UCAN) is a consortium of 20 colleges and universities, including Harvard, from across the country. With the mission of providing resources and tools to help students identify a variety of career and internship opportunities, UCAN developed the Internship Exchange in 1996.

Post an internship to UCAN now!


For further information, please see:


US Department of Labor Information on Paid vs. Unpaid Internships

National Association of Colleges and Employers Best Practices for Internships

All job and internship postings are subject to approval. School regulations and/or feedback from students about their experience will be considered in the approval process.

For questions, email: ocsjobs@fas.harvard.edu