Opportunities

Below is a growing list of opportunities on campus and within the community. Please note that this list is not yet comprehensive, and that students can reach out to Dwight Hall staff for opportunity inquiries.

If you are looking for post-graduation opportunities, the Yale OCS page has a comprehensive list of short-term opportunities in public service.

Overview Description

Student Organizations Consultant

Employment & Job Training
Paid

Do you love learning about what is going on around campus? Are you interested in supporting other student leaders at Yale? Apply to become a Student Organizations Consultant!

SOCs work for the Office of Student Affairs as the liaison to 30-40 student organizations. SOCs often work remotely and have the flexibility to develop their own projects that support undergraduate organizations at Yale. Consultants... READ MORE

Living Transitional Justice: Integrated Community Learning Program, Hawai’i

Open

Living Transitional Justice: Integrated Community Learning Program

Cohort Model (1 Year, February 2020- January 2021)

Location: New Haven, Connecticut, Honolulu, Hawai’i

Program Travel Dates: June 2020... READ MORE

FOCUS Pre-Orientation Leader

FOCUS on New Haven is looking for leaders and support crew members for its 2020 program! Through 2 days of NHV exploration and 4 full days of volunteering at local non-profits, a daily guest speaker series, and guided discussions, FOCUS encourages students to think critically about ways in which they understand and have an impact on the city Yale calls home.

We’re looking for leaders and support crew members who have interest in or experience with community... READ MORE

Dwight Hall Research Fellow

Employment & Job Training
Paid

Dwight Hall at Yale seeks a student that is interested in working directly with the Assistant Director for Innovation and Leadership Development, Marquita Taylor, PhD, on research projects contributing to the support of inclusive programming at the Center for Public Service and Social Justice, across campus and in New Haven. This individual will be knowledgeable about data collection methods.... READ MORE

Executive Director, New Haven Land Trust - New Haven Farms

Employment & Job Training
Hunger & Nutrition
Paid

New Haven Land Trust -New Haven Farms is actively recruiting for a new executive director!

This newly merged organization unites two nonprofits that have been leaders and innovators of New Haven’s urban environmental movement. It synergizes closely aligned missions, values, programming, and diverse support networks into a powerhouse leader for advancing engagement and stewardship of urban nature as a resource for healthy people and communities.... READ MORE

Go South Summer Fellowship Program

Education & Literacy
Employment & Job Training
Health & Medicine
Human Rights

This summer, Go South will be in two cities: Charleston, West Virginia and Savannah, Georgia. Our partner organizations in both cities are pursuing equity and justice-oriented work in a number of fields, from public health to community organizing, and we’re hoping to put together a summer cohort as diverse as they are.

Students who are interested in being a part of Go South can visit our website, ... READ MORE

Summer Internship Opportunity

Education & Literacy
Employment & Job Training
Immigrants & Refugees
Unpaid

Havenly Treats is a non-profit bakery that provides paid job training fellowships to refugee women. Our mission is to provide refugee and immigrant women in New Haven with the resources, knowledge, and networks they need to prosper, uplift their families, and shape the communities they live in. We do this by offering a 6-month fellowship during which the women in our program earn while they learn, working at least 15 hours per week in our bakery as well as attending workshops to build... READ MORE

Become a J-Z AMP mentor today!

Children & Youth
Paid

The Jones-Zimmerman Academic Mentoring Program is a three-year program in which college students are paired with local middle school students in order to create long-lasting mentoring relationships. The Jones Zimmerman foundation runs cohorts at various universities that work with many public schools. At Yale, we conduct mentoring at Wexler-Grant Community School and Celentano Biotech Health and Medical Magnet School.

As a J-Z AMP mentor, you will be... READ MORE

Pathways to Science Summer Scholars TA and RA/TA team

Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Paid

We’re hiring for two positions for this special, free STEM program for local New Haven students!

YALE PATHWAYS TO SCIENCE SUMMER SCHOLARS: JULY 8-24

TEACHING ASSISTANTS: Our classroom and lab-based TAs support our workshop leaders and help with activities in the Day Program. Hours are 9am-4pm, but part time positions are available. $13.25/hour, and daily lunch included. To apply: ... READ MORE

Know Your Numbers Health Screenings—Recruiting Volunteers

Health & Medicine
Unpaid

YNHH and Dwight Hall at Yale are partnering to host two Know Your Numbers Health Screenings this Spring! These screenings will take place on 2/28 and 3/31.

We are currently looking for volunteers! Please sign up at this link if you are interested. Manual blood pressure training will be provided.