Developing Leaders With 100+ fellowship opportunities, the Student Executive Committee, First-Years in Support of New Haven, and Civic Allyship programming, Dwight Hall helps cultivate the next-generation of social change leaders. Get Involved Student Leaders The Student Executive Committee is elected by Cabinet each fall, and is charged with the management of all Cabinet activities and effective support of Dwight Hall at Yale as a nonprofit institution. Learn More First-Years in Support of New Haven First-Years in Support of New Haven (FIS-NH) aims to introduce first-years to the city of New Haven through community speaker events, sustainable community engagement, and service. FISers spend 1-2 hours per week participating in discussions and learning from local non-profit leaders in New Haven. Learn More Civic Allyship The Civic Allyship Initiative is both a platform to help students thoughtfully relate to local organizing and an effort to redirect resources to New Haven community leaders. Learn More ADD LINK Developing Leaders Programming Student Executive Committee (ExComm)First-Years in Support of New Haven Recent Stories March 27, 2023Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf Featured as the 5th Annual Dr. Betty Shabazz and Malcolm X Memorial Lecturer March 27, 2023Dwight Hall Alumna Spotlight: Nadja Umlauf ’22 Launches the Likoni Library Project as Fulbright Scholar March 27, 2023Dwight Hall to Feature the Reverend Dr. William J. Barber II as 2023 Curran Distinguished Mentor Open Opportunities OpportunityHAVEN Free Clinic Director Applications are Open! Dwight Hall Urban Fellows, Job Opportunity, Open Opportunities, Opportunities Archive, OpportunityUrban Fellows 2023-2024 Cohort Application Open Opportunities, Opportunities Archive, Opportunity, Volunteer Opportunity4/2 New Haven Week of the Young Child Kick-Off Festival Volunteers Needed!