Student Opportunities

December 4, 2020:

YYGS hires Yale graduate and undergraduate students to work as instructional staff in our summer academic enrichment program for high school students.  Our instructional staff gain valuable experience designing their own curriculum, organizing and conducting academic seminars, and mentoring high school students. 

For a detailed job description and the application link, click HERE.
YYGS will be conducting a remote informational webinar for prospective instructional staff applicants on Friday, December 11 at 7pm (EST).  You may register to attend the webinar HERE.

Prospective applicants are also encouraged to contact me with any questions or comments at:
Zoom Link:

November 30, 2020:

Want to excel as a mentor to undergraduates? Join the Academic Strategies Office and a panel of undergrads to learn about how to best support your undergraduate mentee! The event is on December 1 at 8:00pm EST.
Registration Link:
Zoom Link:

November 30, 2020:

The Yale Interpreter Network (YIN) provides high-quality, pro-bono interpretation and translation services to bridge the gap between Limited English Proficient community members and social services. The immigrant community often faces language barriers when seeking services like mental health care and legal assistance. Many organizations would like to accommodate this community but often lack the resources to do so. Time commitment can be anywhere from once a year to once a week, and you will make a significant impact in our community. Please complete this form if you’re interested in participating and contact with any questions.

November 17, 2020:

The Flipped Science Fair (FSF) will be holding information sessions (12/1 and 12/3) to generate interest and recruit presenters for virtual events in the spring! Please join us for an info session, where you will learn about the FSF and begin to distill your research message to effectively communicate with a broad audience. RSVP here:

The FSF flips the traditional science fair format on its head: middle school student judges evaluate graduate students and postdocs presenting their current research in all aspects of STEM and social sciences. In our virtual format, two presenters go head to head in a friendly science battle and the student audience decides the winner! Workshops leading up to the event help presenters tailor their research pitch to a general audience, with emphasis on keeping things exciting, understandable, and relevant.

Info session dates and times are as follows:
Tuesday, 12/1, 10 AM - 11 AM
Thursday, 12/3, 7 PM - 8 PM

Please feel free to reach out to Richard Crouse with any questions.