Category: Opportunities

Mauro Sheridan School is looking for Yale student volunteers to work in an after-school journalism program at Mauro Sheridan school (191 Fountain Street). Students are in Grades 4-8, and participate in this program every Tuesday from 3:30-5. ( beginning on Nov.18th) The goal is to create a few issues of a school newspaper. Many students […]

Seniors – Find out about the USPIRG Organizing Fellowship Next Year Coffee Chat 12 pm – 2 pm November 10th; Coffee Shop at Yale Bookstore Hi, my name is Sujatha Jahagirdar (TC’98), and I’ve been working with the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG) for fifteen years, ever since I graduated from Yale.  U.S. […]

     Move To Matter!™ is a private, not-for-profit, non-denominational 501C3 organization founded by Sandy Cooper and her daughters, Ally and Galina. Sandy ran an international importing business for over 30 years, allowing her to witness the economic and political climate in many overseas regions. These circumstances inspired her to work on change, and most importantly, […]

This is an important event for anyone interested in social entrepreneurship and in competing for a $25,000 award to launch your enterprise or product. InnovateHealth Yale will hold an information session and team formation event on Thursday, November 6th at 7PM on central campus: Harkness Hall, 100 Wall Street, Room 119. Dinner will be served. […]

How will you make a difference this summer?   Join the millions of volunteers, public servants and nonprofit professionals who heard the call to serve in the nation’s capital. The Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service offers you a chance to make an impact this summer. Spend either 4 or 8 weeks taking action while […]

PromiseNet 2014 National Conference November 19-21 New Haven, CT This interactive meeting will provide ample opportunity for informal and formal networking. We will share experiences and best practices; make the case for investing in education as an economic development strategy; explore new partnerships with the business community, political leaders, and donors; and address the tough […]

Early Application Deadline: Friday, October 10th – Apply Today! Change Corps is looking for graduating seniors who are passionate about getting change unstuck on the issues we care about most. Are you in? Change Corps is a salaried, one-year, full-immersion training program in grassroots organizing. When Change Corps organizers complete their training, they’ll know how […]

Our middle school College Access Program: E.X.C.E.L (Education of Excellence to Create Empowering Leaders provides middle school students that are transitioning to high school with an academic information lesson plan about graduation requirements, courses of study, grade point average, career opportunity, and self-respect. The E.X.C.E.L program focuses on: Extra- curricular activities, helping students become aware […]

Higher Heights is looking for committed volunteer college coaches for our new Middle School Program. Many of our students are first generation college-bound, and need guidance in the many steps leading to college. College Coaches are asked to dedicate approximately 2 hours per week to be here at our site. Our College Coaches will work […]

Summer Enrichment Session LOOKING FOR TUTORS! The ALPHA Achievement Program for Girls is looking for college students to teach one of the summer classes in Math, English, Character Development, and Computer Skills. Teacher training and books will be provided. Applicants may send resumes as soon as possible to Divinia Hofilena: For more information: 203-393-3396 […]