Phillips Brooks House Association is coming to the Bay Area!
PBHA is traveling to the Bay Area December 6th - 8th! Come meet current student leaders and connect with fellow alumni whose undergraduate experiences were also enriched through service.
Phillips Brooks House Association is one of the largest student organizations at Harvard College, with more than 70 programs and 1,200 student volunteers. It is an independent student-run, staff supported public service and social justice organization providing a variety of services to the Greater Boston community. Each year, 20 elected student officers and the organization's Cabinet, made of the student directors of the many service programs, guide policy decisions and work with communities to provide services.
PBHA programs effect change through service and activism in partnership with local communities. Founded in 1904, it has been at the heart of the progressive Harvard culture and student development for over a century. PBHA is its own non-profit, but also works closely with Harvard and the larger Phillip Brooks House department, which was founded in the 2000s.
Saturday, December 7
4 – 7 pm
At a private residence in Noe Valley. Address will be emailed to registrants at a later date.
Click here to register
John Yook AB '93
jbyook at hotmail