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.

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Careers, Life, and Yale Events

Careers in Medicine – A Candid View (4-530pm Tues, 10/10)

Want to find an alumni/ae mentor?  To explore, one-to-one, life after Yale? To find common ground while also learning from different viewpoints?  Wondering what it means to be a doctor? Or where the profession is headed? Or what medical career paths look like? Or how to separate hype from reality? Or who does well…and who doesn’t (and why or why not)? Or – if... READ MORE

CCE is Hiring

Interested in becoming a CCE? The CCE mission is to create a more positive sexual climate on campus. The CCEs themselves are an exceptionally diverse, creative group of students who collaborate with each other and with their own communities to create space-both literally and figuratively-for to make it easier for students to make mindful social and sexual choices. The CCEs also serve as a resource for students who have experienced or heard about sexual misconduct, providing a peer... READ MORE

Co-Op High School After School Program

Co-Op High School’s After School Program is looking for a volunteer to run its drop-in tutoring program on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 2:30-4:30pm. They will regularly show up attend all or some tutoring dates, and work with Co-Op’s intern to find volunteers. Generally, tutors show up for general assistance—and are not assigned specific subjects. The majority of students are struggling with subjects (algebra, intro biology or chemistry, writing) that I would... READ MORE

First-Years in Service

Do you want to be involved with service at Yale?
Do you want to explore New Haven while contributing to the community?
Do you want to become a leader of service and activism on campus?

If so, then you may be interested in applying to Dwight Hall’s First-Years in Service (FIS). FIS is a year-long initiative designed to be both a learning experience and a grassroots activist network for students who are... READ MORE

Redstone Strategy Group Coffee Chats

“Redstone Strategy Group, a boutique social sector consulting firm, is hiring Analysts for our offices in Boulder, Colorado and Redwood City, California. We are eager to hire driven and talented graduating seniors to join our team. For more details, please see our position announcement and description on our ... READ MORE

New Climate/Public Health Projects Need Leaders

New Climate/Public Health Projects Need Leadership

Launch Live! Car Free:  goNewHavengo is introducing a new Live! Car Free! Campaign to invite residents/students to consider adopting a car free lifestyle to improve their health, save money, and better take care of the environment. 

Create Climate Health and Energy Week:   Goal: Broaden climate change awareness and knowledge in high schools with an emphasis on concrete action to cut greenhouse gases, improve... READ MORE

NHS is Hiring a Deputy Director!

Homelessness & Housing
NHS is looking to hire a Deputy Director to serve as a key part of the organization’s management team to assist with the oversight and strategic development of programs in accordance with our by-laws. 
Reporting directly to our Executive Director, the Deputy Director will be responsible for analyzing daily operations and production of all departments and provide insight and strategies to inspire and promote... READ MORE

Food Delivery

Hunger & Nutrition

United Way: FISH of Greater New Haven needs some support! Because of the state budget crisis, FISH says they need help covering their food delivery routes, primarily in New Haven. Each route takes about 2 hours and most routes have 3 to 5 stops. Ready to roll? Contact Jilan Crowley at 203-530-3033 and tell her United Way sent you!

Cook, Collect, and Deliver Food

Hunger & Nutrition

United Way: Our friends at the Community Dining Room in Branford need your help. Pantry shelves are low on food, and they would love organizations to run a food drive or even a back to school drive to help their clients. They are also looking for volunteers to deliver meals, pick up donations from CT Food Bank, cook meals, and wash dishes. Interested? Contact Courtney Rosenberg at 203-488-0447.

Planned Parenthood Volunteer Night: 3rd Thursday of Every Month

Health & Medicine
Women's Rights

Interested in volunteering with Planned Parenthood in New Haven? 

Join us on the third Wednesday of every month from 5:30-8:30 PM at our admin office in New Haven, CT (345 Whitney Ave) for our monthly Volunteer Night! 

Dinner is on us! Bring your friends, we have lots of fun projects to work on. Thank you!