After Your Visit

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After Your Visit

Keep the conversation going long after the visit is over! The final leg of the Project Teach experience connects students with people in their community who can help them reach their goal of making their college and career ambitions a reality.

Activities to Keep Learning

Now is the time for students to apply what they've learned and start planning their path to college and their careers. The activities in the slide decks below will help your students process their thoughts and talk about the future in a practical way.

Trip Reflection Slides

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Students write about their college and career options, their hopes and concerns, and who they can turn to for support.

Explore and Research Slides

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Encourage your students to forge a relationship with their favorite schools by asking for promotional materials and information about the college.

Interviewing an Adult Slides

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Using the questions from their journal reflections as inspiration, students develop an interview process to get real-world advice from the adults in their lives.


College Fair Slides

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Arm your students with the tools they need to start researching careers, colleges, financial aid, and the application process.

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Family Involvement

Project Teach doesn’t end with the visit! Family involvement is an important factor in motivating students to explore college and pursue a career, so we send a letter home with each student to help them continue the dialogue at home.

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Harvard Museums of Science & Culture

The Harvard Museums of Science & Culture offer an array of experiences for visitors of all ages. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the University's museums, including the Harvard Museums of Science and Culture, are currently closed to the public until further notice. Look through selections of new digital content through HMSC Connects!, a virtual hub that is updated weekly with new podcasts, coloring pages, virtual exhibitions, and intriguing objects from all four HMSC museums.

Learn more about and explore HMSC Connects!

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Online Education Resources

The Harvard Public School Partnerships Team has gathered digital resources that students, families, and educators can use to support online learning. You will find resources grouped by Families, Educators, Project Teach: Harvard's Official College & Career Awareness Program, and Creating Workspaces at Home. This page will be updated on an ongoing basis.

Explore Online Education Resources

The Framework

The Project Teach model uses a research-based approach that focuses on communicating college and career goals, sharing resources, developing partnerships between students and colleges, and involving families.

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Before Your Visit

Fostering college and career awareness in middle school classrooms

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During Your Visit

Providing real-life experiences that leave an impression

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After Your Visit

Giving students the tools to pursue their ambitions