We Deliver Expert Goodness

Join scores of HBS alumni who are making an impact here and now participating in consulting projects, brainstorming sessions and non-profit boards.

For 30 years, HBS Community Partners has mobilized more than 800 Bay Area alumni to help over 300 non-profit organizations – from the Exploratorium, to #YesWeCode, to the City of Santa Clara. By volunteering for pro bono consulting engagements and brainstorming sessions, you can help make a positive impact in our community, as well as meet other alumni who want to make a difference.  Join the movement.

HBSCP Quest

Our Mission

Harvard Business School Community Partners inspires and empowers HBS alumni to make a positive social impact in their community. We do this by offering alumni opportunities to leverage their skills and experience to help nonprofit organizations succeed.

Our Vision

We aspire that all HBS alumni will find ways to contribute their expertise to Bay Area non-profits to strengthen our community.

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Expert Goodness Domains

Pro Bono Consulting services

Pro Bono Consulting

3 – 5 HBS alumni volunteers team up to tackle a significant strategic issue for a non-profit over 3-5 months.
Alumni Brainstorming Sessions services

Alumni Brainstorming Sessions

Two-hour sessions with 4 – 8 HBS alumni, focused on solving a tactical challenge from a non-profit. Like an HBS class!
Scholarships services

Scholarships

We give full scholarships to alumni-selected Bay Area non-profit leaders to attend HBS Executive Program in Boston.
Board Opportunities services

Board Opportunities

Looking to be on a non-profit board or work at a non-profit? We can help. See our posting and training events.

Expert Goodness By The Numbers

200

200
Alumni

Over 200 HBS alumni made an impact through HBS Community Partners last year.
40

40
Non-Profits

Last year, Community Partners worked with over 40 Bay Area non-profits.
2.5

2.5
Million

In 2015, we delivered over $2.5 million in value via pro bono services.
4

4
Scholarships

Granted to Bay Area non-profit leaders to attend an HBS Exec Ed program in 2016.