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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Paid Tutor Opportunity

Employment & Job Training

A great opportunity awaits a tutor who possess basic knowledge in the following subject areas: AP World History, Chemistry, Geometry, and Spanish. The student is a sophomore in the New Haven area. Tutoring would occur two days/week with the preference for one of those days being a Sunday or Thursday (with flexibility for Monday and/or Wednesday if this works best for your schedule). Transportation or access to a vehicle is required. Pay is determined based on experience. Please contact... READ MORE

Collab Accelerator


Are you a Connecticut builder, entrepreneur, or activist? 

Collab is a statewide accelerator for Connecticut entrepreneurs. Our main mission is to make entrepreneurship accessible in the State of Connecticut.

We believe that if we prioritize building up the incredible talent already in our state — that will lead to the broadest and deepest progress for the most number of people in the state that we call home.

Through our programming and... READ MORE

Online Public Health Programs in Connecticut

Health & Medicine

Interested in Public Health?

publichealth.org has put together a series of resources useful for individuals who want to learn more about the field in CT.  Information spans from degree programs, state initiatives, internships and other considerations.

More can be found ... READ MORE

Co-Op After School Program Coordinator

Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy


Dwight Hall is seeking a full-time coordinator for Co-Op After School.  

The program is designed to give high school students daily options of engaging after school programs to choose from.  By offering engaging, rewarding programming for teenagers, Co-Op After School aims to improve regular school day attendance and performance by improving students’ relationships with the school and reduce the achievement gap evidenced in district assessments.

Co-Op After... READ MORE

JOBS at All Our Kin - Development Associate

Development Associate, All Our Kin

Location: New Haven, CT with occasional travel around southern Connecticut and New York City

All Our Kin is seeking a highly organized, driven, and skilled communicator to join the organization as Development Associate. The Development Associate will play a critical role in securing the... READ MORE

Program Intern, Youth Activation Yale University, Yawkey Community Service Fellowship 2018


Program Intern, Youth Activation

Yale University, Yawkey Community Service Fellowship 2018

Organizational  Overview

Founded 25 years ago, Peace First is an international nonprofit organization that exists to create the next generation of peacemakers... READ MORE

The Yale Harbor Scholars Program

Dwight Hall at Yale is pleased to announce a new program called The Yale Harbor Scholars
Program to support undergraduate students who are or were in out-of- home care. The
Program will provide these students with three deliverables to plan for their success: academic
mentorship, financial assistance, and social support.
● Academic mentorship: each incoming Scholar will be connected with a mentor from
the Academic Strategies Program.... READ MORE

Startup Yale

Startup Yale showcases a more inclusive vision of entrepreneurship

Take Back the Night 2018

Take Back the Night is a weeklong event happening April 13-20th and is co-hosted by the CCEs, the Women’s Center, and USAY. TBTN is an annual event centered around promoting sexual respect and supporting survivors in Yale College. 

At Yale, Take Back the Night centers on community wide reflection on our broader sexual culture in order to stop violence as well as promote sexual ethics and respect. It’s an opportunity to discuss how... READ MORE

Columbus House Intern

The Columbus House Development Intern is primarily responsible for assisting the Grant
Specialist in identifying, researching, tracking and writing all proposals for new and existing
public (federal/state/local government) and private (corporate, community, family and
individual) funding sources to support current and future Columbus House initiatives.