Summer Fellows

Mission: 

Since 1968, the Dwight Hall Summer Fellows has offered the unique opportunity for students to dedicate themselves to creating social change.  Designed for community-engaged students who need the time and resources to enact a socially good idea, students are employed full-time, usually eight weeks.

In addition to funding, Summer Fellows also engage in a series of community-building and boundary expanding activities with their peers.  Weekly meetings revolve around food, conversation, trainings, reflection, speakers, and collective learning.
 
Summary of Activities: 
The following are details for the summer of 2021:
 
Applications deadlines and selection will be done in three rounds.
 
  • Application Deadline: Monday, April 5th
  • Decision Notifications: Friday, April 23rd
Accepted students will earn $515.62 per week, for up to 12 weeks.
 
Guidance for applicants can be found at dwighthall.org/summerguidance.
 
Link to the application can be found here: dwighthall.org/2021summerfellows
Cause(s): 
Animals
Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Crisis Support
Education & Literacy
Employment & Job Training
Environment
Health & Medicine
Homelessness & Housing
Human Rights
Hunger & Nutrition
Immigrants & Refugees
International Affairs
LGBTQ Rights
People with Disabilities
Prison Reform & Reentry
Racial Inequality
Seniors
Veterans & Veterans' Families
Victims' Rights
Women's Rights
Program Email: 
mark.fopeano@yale.edu
Membership Open To: 
Undergraduates

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