Harvard Extension School Student Groups
Harvard Extension Business Society (HEBS): The HEBS mission is to promote professional and academic development of Harvard Extension Students in areas of business, leadership, management, and finance. This mission is fulfilled by providing our members with access to various industry related seminars, presentations, round-table discussions, conferences, and networking events.
- HEBS Website: http://hebs.dce.harvard.edu
- President: Alberto Pacheco (email@example.com)
Harvard Extension Entrepreneurship and Real Estate Association (HEEREA): By combining resources from academia and industry, the Harvard Extension Entrepreneurship & Real Estate Association, HEEREA, will provide members elite opportunities to interact, as well as exchange and obtain meaningful information that creates significant long-term value to future entrepreneurs, real estate professionals, students, administration, and faculty members.
HEEREA Facebook: Harvard Extension Entrepreneurship and Real Estate Association.
President: Stephanie Martins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Harvard Extension Environmental Club (HEEC): The Environmental Club, better known as HEEC, is a club made up of students and alumni of Harvard Extension and concerned citizens interested in environmental issues. HEEC is an all-inclusive organization that welcomes anyone who is interested. HEEC’s mission is to provide a network and connection to the Harvard University community at large by organizing social and environmental activities. The club activities include guest lectures, career network socials, field trips, site visits, and participation in various civic engagements, such as Earth Day and local clean-up efforts.
- HEEC Website: http://www.harvardec.org
- President: Lori Demaine (email@example.com)
Harvard Extension International Relations Club (HEIRC): Harvard Extension International Relations Club (HEIRC) is dedicated to raising awareness of current issues in international relations and world diplomacy. HEIRC organizes topnotch conferences, panel discussions, and talks by some of the leading scholars, academics, diplomats and politicians. Our goal is to promote dialogue, amongst students and scholars, through a unique blend of educational and social events.
- HEIRC Website: http://heirc.dce.harvard.edu/
- President: Elections pending
Harvard Extension Pre-Health Society (HEPS): HEPS is powered by HES students taking pre-health courses – in service to fellow students, and to community. HEPS supports academic and professional development, student social life, wellness and work-life balance, and volunteer service. We have special commitments to health equity, diversity, and global health. HEPS events include HXJournal Club, med school trips, test prep sessions, socials, and volunteer shifts together in the greater community.
- HEPS Website: http://heps.club
- President: Jonathan Whatley (HarvardEPS@gmail.com)
Harvard Extension Wellness Club (HEWC): The Harvard Extension Wellness Club (HEWC) is interested health, fitness, meditation, happiness, dealing with stress, dealing with writers block, nutrition, and other student issues. This club promotes optimal well-being and is oriented toward maximizing an individual’s potential. Basically, we help students become happier, healthier, and wealthier.
- HEWC Facebook: Harvard Extension Wellness Club.
- Acting President: Farina (Anika) Choudhury (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Harvard Extension Management and Technology Club (HEMTS): HEMTS exists to achieve three main goals: create amazing experiences for students, foster student success, and create a more enriching overall Harvard Extension experience. HEMTS achieves these goals by inviting speakers to our events and offering them a platform on which they can share with us and we can have an exchange of actual capacity. Our events center on themes of student success, management, and/or technology, with the ultimate goal of creating leaders in the HES community. We strive to include distance students – welcoming them into our club, our lives, our journey, and our overall Harvard experience. HEMTS is here to help you better envision your unique ideas – we have the platform, the experience, and the team to help you create and build anything that will help students achieve. Please join us!
President: Mark Bertrand (email@example.com)
Information On Clubs Or How To Start A New Club: For more information regarding the Clubs & Organizations at HESA, whether general information or information on how to start a new club, you may contact the HESA Student Affairs & Club Department.
Policy On Hazing: Students are advised that Massachusetts law expressly prohibits any form of hazing in connection with initiation into a student organization. The law applies to all student groups, whether or not officially recognized, and to practices conducted both on and off campus. The term “hazing”, under Massachusetts law, means: any conduct or method of initiation which willfully or recklessly endangers the physical or mental health of any student or other person.The definition specifically includes whipping, beating, branding, forced calisthenics, exposure to the weather, forced consumption of any food, liquor, beverage, drug or other substance, or any other brutal treatment or forced physical activity which is likely to adversely affect the physical health or safety of any such student or other person, or which subjects such student or other person to extreme mental stress, including extended deprivation of sleep or rest or extended isolation. [Massachusetts General Laws, c. 269 § 17] Hazing is a crime punishable by fine and/or imprisonment. The Administrative Board of the Extension School will consider all reports of hazing in the normal course of this oversight, taking disciplinary action in appropriate cases, and will report confirmed incidents to appropriate law enforcement officials. A memorandum detailing the specifics of this law is available in the Office of the Dean of Students ( 617-495-1765 ). The failure to report hazing also is illegal, under Massachusetts law: Whoever knows that another person is the victim of hazing as defined in section seventeen and is at the scene of such crime shall, to the extent that such person can do so without danger or peril to himself or others, report such crime to an appropriate law enforcement official as soon as reasonably practicable. Whoever fails to report such crime shall be punished by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars. [Massachusetts General Laws, c. 269 § 18]