The International Network supports Dwight Hall groups who focus on international service and advocacy to foster a community promoting student service abroad. As Dwight Hall groups, they have access to Dwight Hall’s many resources – which include transportation, funding, space, publicity. The International Network additionally provides helpful events and workshops, as well as human support to assist these groups with their projects.
Dwight Hall International Network (IN) Membership Coordinator
XinXin Xu SY ’16
Dwight Hall International Network (IN) Member Organizations
AIESEC provides students with international internship opportunities and provides local businesses with international interns in order to fulfill the organization’s mission of promoting global cultural understanding.
Building Bridges seeks to involve college students in pooling educational resources and capital to teach English and science to disadvantaged children in rural China.
College Council for CARE
The College Council for CARE is the first-ever college youth program for CARE, and international humanitarian organization, and one of the first Yale organizations to focus on international development.
Engineers Without Borders
Engineers Without Borders is a chapter of a national non-profit organization that aims to teach undergraduates about engineering through partnerships with communities in developing countries to improve quality of life.
Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity at Yale is committed to helping build homes for families in need in the greater New Haven area.
Reach Out is committed to providing Yale students with opportunities to learn about, travel to, and work in developing countries around the world.
Uganda Hope Network
Uganda Hope Network is an undergraduate organization at Yale that works to improve the lives of children affected by HIV/AIDS in Uganda.
World Micro Market
World Micro Market strives to economically empower disadvantaged artisans around the world by connecting them to university communities and providing them access to larger markets and services for business development.
Yale Undergraduate Association for African Peace and Development
The mission of Yale Undergraduate Association for African Peace and Development is threefold: develop networks among students and professionals across a spectrum of fields and interests with the aim of promoting peace and development within Africa, discuss strategic ways that students on the continent and abroad can resolve these issues; and encourage and develop conflict resolution and development initatives of students interested in Africa.