No matter where you come from or what you plan to do, you’ll find a home at Harvard. 



Kaplan is one of the world’s largest and most diverse education providers. Throughout our more than 80-year history, Kaplan has been a beacon for expanding educational access and a leader in instructional innovation. 

We help students achieve their educational aspirations. We prep high school students for the SAT, so they can enter college and become teachers or engineers or whatever they dream. We help doctors and nurses, lawyers and financial advisors pass their licensing tests. We help adult learners return to college to earn a degree. We enable global educational experiences through language study and study abroad programs. We provide professional training to improve employees’ productivity and opportunities for career advancement.


McGraw Hill


We know that the passion to learn is personal. Education opens doorways and creates new opportunities.
When you are passionate about learning, the possibilities are endless. 

Our vision is to unlock the full potential of each learner.

Our mission is to accelerate learning.

We accomplish this by creating intuitive, engaging, efficient, and effective learning experiences — grounded in research. We're helping create a brighter future for students worldwide by applying our deep understanding of how learning happens and how the mind develops. Learning science is the key. We combine learning science insights
with the art of teaching to empower
all students and instructors to succeed. 


Herman Miller


At Herman Miller, we work closely with college and university leaders to use places as an asset to address an institution's mission. Our problem-solving, research-driven approach has led us to knowledge and insights that keep us in tune with the needs of education leaders. The solutions we present consider today's pedagogy and create learning  spaces that accommodate change, innovation, and evolution. We believe the humanity in things—whether it’s a product or a purchase order —gives us purpose. That’s why our designs are inspired, influenced, and informed by people. Herman Miller is a leader in human-centered design and research and we believe that leadership manifests in the products we offer. 


ABC Mouse

image59 is a global education initiative of Age of Learning, Inc. Our goal is to help children build a strong foundation for future academic success by providing a comprehensive and engaging online curriculum to greatly assist early learners to succeed in pre-k, kindergarten, and early elementary school programs. is subscription-based, with no advertising, pop-up ads, or links to other sites. Children can learn and explore with their parents, or on their own (depending on age and ability), in a safe and secure online educational environment.

We named our site because here children can learn important educational basics (often referred to as "the ABC’s") through the use of a computer mouse. At, the computer mouse comes to life as ABC Mouse, who serves as our site ambassador and guide to early learners everywhere.


Harvard University


At Harvard, a job can be more than just a job. Our mission is to develop leaders who can shape a better world – and that mission extends to our own employees. We’re committed to helping you identify opportunities to further your career and advance your professional development.

Current staff members are encouraged to use the resources here – including your manager, human resources, training and education opportunities – and to see Harvard as an active partner in advancing your career. We’re committed to internal mobility for staff members, whether that means growing in place by exploring new responsibilities and enrichments, or advancing to a new position.

Our career development philosophy is that career development is a process where employees strategically explore, plan and create their future paths with feedback and guidance from their managers and information and resources from the University.


Stanford University


When Jane Lathrop Stanford and railroad magnate and former California Gov. Leland Stanford  lost their only child, Leland, Jr., to typhoid in 1884, they decided to build a university as the most fitting memorial, and deeded to it a large fortune that included the 8,180-acre Palo Alto stock farm that became the campus. They made their plans just as the modern research university was taking form. 

In 2016, Stanford University celebrated the 125th anniversary of its opening on October 1, 1891. Founded by Jane and Leland Stanford in honor of their son Leland Jr., Stanford today is a global leader in teaching, research and discovery.

Stanford 125 events and activities showcased the many ways the university has had a transformative impact in people’s lives and around the world. You can explore this website and read stories about Stanford breakthroughs and campus life. Timelines and other historic features highlight how the university’s teaching and learning enterprise, its campus and culture have changed through the decades.