Max Huber Harvard
Harvard Graduate and MATCH Fellow
About Max Huber Harvard
Max Huber was actively involved in the campus community at Harvard University, where he graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature in 2009. Besides maintaining excellent grades, Max Huber channeled his enthusiasm for language into the student literary scene, and served as Associate Editor of the Harvard Crimson, the Ivy League institution’s daily newspaper.
As a college student at Harvard, Mr. Huber also demonstrated a proclivity for teaching and mentoring others. He engaged in extracurricular activities that allowed him to combine his passion for the outdoors with his natural leadership abilities. Between 2006 and 2008, he belonged to the Harvard First-Year Outdoor Program. As a group leader, he guided incoming freshmen on backpacking orientation trips through the mountains of New Hampshire. As a result of his exemplary performance, he was chosen to become one of the eight members of the club’s Steering Committee. As a Steering Committee member, his responsibilities included recruiting, interviewing, and training 50 group leaders each year.
Since 2004, Mr. Huber has dedicated his summers to mentoring youths at Pine Island Camp in Belgrade Lakes, Maine. As a counselor, he planned and led backpacking and boating expeditions across the Maine wilderness. During his employment at Pine Island Camp, Mr. Huber has worked as an assistant director, a role that entails recruiting, training, and supervising the counselors and support staff at the traditional wilderness camp.
Max Huber’s recent professional experience includes using his leadership and literary skills honed at Harvard to tutor and mentor as a MATCH Corps member with MATCH Charter Middle School in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. He currently lives in Los Angeles.