"What the Internet invites of us – connection and building to improve the state of the world – we invite of you." – Jonathan Zittrain
The success of the Berkman Klein Center's mission rests upon our diverse community, starting with students and building from there. We don’t simply study networks – we consciously and deliberately create them, linking students, faculty, fellows, affiliates, alumni, staff, researchers, funders, other nonprofit and academic organizations, for-profit ventures, government entities, and the public we serve.
There are innumerable and overlapping ways to get involved with the Berkman Klein Center: through research and employment opportunities, courses, events, physical and virtual conversations, and more; we look forward to learning new ways in which we can together advance our studies and impact.
- Upcoming Events
- Employment Opportunities
- Fellowship Program
- Internship Program: Open Positions and Summer Internship Program
- The Berkman Klein Assembly 2017 - Calling Developers and Tech Industry Professionals: Accepting Applications Until July 25, 2016
- Help build a real-time picture of website (in)accessibility around the world: Herdict Web
- Blogs: Current People and Projects; Alumni, Friends, and Spin-offs
- Social: Twitter; Facebook; Instagram; Flickr; YouTube; LinkedIn; Storify; Question Tool;
- Subscribe to the Radio Berkman podcast
- Study Groups for the Greater Boston Community
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