Harvard Management Company Review Data
12 total review submissions
|2019||3rd+ Year Associate||Boston||Natural Resources||The investments are for a good cause. Strong benefits and…||Lack of transparency and feedback. Generally jump around…|
|2019||2nd Year Associate||Boston||Natural Resources||* Funds go towards a good cause.
|* Well, well below market-rate pay.
|2019||3rd+ Year Analyst||Cambridge||Other||Being a Research assistant at Harvard is pretty good -…||The stipend is above average, but the living cost in Boston…|
|2019||Other||Cambridge||Other||Good working environment. Very intellectually stimulating…||Work is very intense but I guess that is the nature of the…|
|2018||Assistant||Boston||Generalist||- Incredible management from the CEO to the MDs.
|- The physical space could be much nicer
- No free…
|2018||2nd Year Associate||Boston||Generalist||Incredibly intelligent people, vast access to resources…||High turnover given the many strategic changes; long-term…|
|2018||N/A||Edinburgh||N/A||This is a great platform, and i would love to continue…||The interface must be better. I also don't like the…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||Princeton||N/A||I worked at D. E. Shaw & Co. - Investment Firm full-…||
|2017||Intern||Cambridge||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||Major focus on research, which gave a really good…||A bit of a rough adjustment to the hours coming from a…|
|2018||Intern||Boston||Generalist||i'm pretty happy, the place is going through a lot of…||tasks can get very mundane later on but the connections you…|
|2014||Operations Analyst||Boston||Generalist||-Work life balance is optimal
|-Small company so promotions come slow
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