The Harvard Crimson has a rich tradition of journalistic integrity and counts among its ranks of editorship some of America's greatest journalists and Pulitzer Prize-winning editors.

Led by some of our most talented and dedicated staff, our journalism conferences provide an opportunity for high school students to work and learn alongside current editors at The Crimson. The conferences take place in our historically rich building, where the likes of Franklin D. Roosevelt '04 and John F. Kennedy '40 had also practiced their journalistic skills. Seminars hosted by our nine boards give students a hands-on chance to learn about the practices, standards, and techniques that drive our organization.