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

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.

Finance Manager for United Way

Education & Literacy
Employment & Job Training
Health & Medicine
Paid
Open

United Way of Greater New Haven is in search of a Finance Manager!

A great candidate for this position would be a detail-oriented keeper of the numbers, contracts, and structures to ensure that we steward our resources for our partners and the community.  This person will work closely with the new CFO and across all departments to bring new ideas, energy, and a commitment to effective and efficient systems!    

Position... READ MORE

Senior Director of Marketing and Engagement at United Way

Education & Literacy
Employment & Job Training
Health & Medicine
Paid
Open

United Way of Greater New Haven is in search of a vibrant and keen marketing strategist with a pulse and talent on how to build volunteers and community!

United Way is in its 100th anniversary, and we are celebrating with a number of events over the course of the year.  While we have some things planned, this person will be able to come in and bring their creativity and honed sense of execution to the team.  It’s an opportunity to build and... READ MORE

Teaching Fellow in Community Engagement

Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Paid
Open

Location: Phillips Academy, a private boarding school in Andover, Massachusetts

Position: Teaching Fellow

The teaching fellow in community engagement mentors student leaders, oversees weekly community engagement programming, and helps to organize various events sponsored by our small and busy office. 

The teaching fellow receives a stipend of $30,000, free health insurance, free housing on... READ MORE

Grant Writer for Leadership, Education and Athletics in Partnership (LEAP)

Employment & Job Training
Paid
Description of the Organization:
For over 27 years, LEAP has worked with children, teenagers, and young adults in New Haven,
Connecticut in some of the poorest inner city neighborhoods in America. As the largest youth
agency in our city, we provide academic supports, social enrichment, and leadership
development, but we do so in a unique way. We give older students (ages 16-24) the training,
education, and resources... READ MORE

Co-Op After School Tutor

Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Paid
Open

Student Employment Reference #: 23883

Co-Op After School is an afterschool partnership between Dwight Hall at Yale, Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School, and New Haven Public Schools. We are looking for tutors to work in the library from 2:30 - 4:30 on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursdays on a recurring schedule on a drop-in basis on a range of high school academic subjects.

 
Requirements: Work Study Eligible, able to commit... READ MORE

Yale UNICEF: Now Recruiting Coordinators!

Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Employment & Job Training
Unpaid
Join anytime!

Yale UNICEF is recruiting coordinators for any one of its committees!

Join the UNICEF team in one of four committees: Community Outreach, Fundraising, Advocacy, and Conference. 

Coordinators work directly with Committee Directors and assist with projects and initiatives for each of the four teams. We have mandatory biweekly meetings, and you will be responsible for keeping in touch with your Committee Directors. Please... READ MORE