Societal Polarization: A Fracture Point in Transatlantic Relations?

US vs Germany: All About Education and Academia

The Future of Work in a Globalized World

Infrastructure: The Next Generation of Mobility

Democracy in the Digital Age

Industry & Innovation

Security: Germany’s New Global Role

Stay in touch with old friends and make new ones

Your friends are already here! Meet friends from your GAC team and fellow students and alumni of Harvard University. Stay in lifelong touch with your existing friends and make new friends with like-minded interest and a shared history.

Support the GAC next generations

Establishing continuity for the team of the German American Conference at Harvard is crucial to leverage the personal connections of former teams. Our databases and archives, which are continuously kept up-to date, are used by the Cambridge-based organizing committee as is our technical infrastructure. Furthermore, we keep in touch with our partners to build long-term relationships.

Attend exclusive events

Next to our flagship event, the German American Conference at Harvard, we are expanding our platform on both sides of the Atlantic. After a member strategy meeting and the first intimate dinner with Ambassador Dr. Klaus Scharioth, the first Council Forum takes place this October at the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin and is embedded into two days of activities. Our Council on the Hill events in Washington, D.C. as well as more intimate dinners in Germany are forthcoming.