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The Institute of Politics (IOP) at Harvard University was established as a living memorial to America's youngest elected president, John F. Kennedy. Since its founding half a century ago, the Institute has used its programming and activities to ignite passion, appreciation and respect for politics and public service in the hearts and minds of every generation. More »


The IOP offers over a dozen major programs for undergraduate involvement including the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum, a fellowship program with top political practitioners, over 100 paid internships; a nonpartisan, quarterly journal; and a nationwide survey project of Millennials’ political views.


Relive the Democratic Convention with our students with these social media highlights. From internships to meeting established alumni including CNN's John Berman and Mayor Pete Buttigieg, here are our favorite tweets and posts from the week. More »
Harvard’s Institute of Politics (IOP), at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, today announced the selection of the 2016 IOP Fall Resident and Visiting FellowsMore »
4 days, 10 interns, 1 Democratic National Convention. Here are the highlights of the 2016 DNC from our students' perspectives.More »