Student Opportunities

January 13, 2023:

Yale UCLouvain Echange Program

The application for the summer 2023 program is now open. Sophomores and juniors are eligible to apply. Yale students can investigate the labs connected to the 4 research institutes linked to Louvain School of Engineering. Contact,, for more information.

November 18, 2022:

Spring Energy Systems Workshop

Calling all innovators, creators, problem-solvers, and environmentalists! The School of Engineering & Applied Science is partnering with Schneider Electric on an eight-week workshop series exploring and developing solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  Focusing on technologies for the built environment, the workshops will be centered on the buildings sector and the nexus of digital, sustainability, and energy. 

An information session will be held on MON DEC 5 from 5:00-6:00 PM in the Yale Center for Engineering Innovation and Design (15 Becton Street) to learn more about the workshop series and design challenge.  The session will also be broadcast on ZOOM at 768-922-8244. 

You will work with a team to develop solutions to address a real-world problem provided by Schneider Electric based on optimizing energy use within commercial buildings. Your team’s innovations will consider energy, carbon, and data flows for buildings and new paradigms for efficiency, solar panel remuneration, and smart controls.  Teams will work with an energy user database and use this information to garner insights on the optimal use of energy for building archetypes within specific geographic regions. The results will be presented to a panel that includes members from Yale and Schneider Electric. 

For this workshop, you can apply as an established team or as an individual that will be assigned a team during selection process. Don't worry if you have not yet identified a team-- you will be able to network with potential team members to form teams of interest during the information session on December 5th. We envision that competitive teams will include students from SEAS (including CS students), Yale School of the Environment, and the Yale School of Architecture. 

The workshop series will include eight lectures hosted on Monday evenings from 5-7pm during the 2023 Spring Semester, including sessions with industry experts and visionaries. These lectures will give you the foundational knowledge and skill sets needed to create successful projects. You will be expected to meet with your team outside of this lecture time for at least two hours per week to discuss and deliver solutions. Twenty students will be selected by January 23 to participate in this innovative workshop. If you feel inspired to find solutions to big problems, we invite you to fill out this form expressing your interest.

October 3, 2022:

Blue Origin Information Session

At Blue Origin we envision a future where millions of people are living and working in space for the benefit of earth. We are developing human spaceflight systems, including reusable launch vehicles and rocket engines, that will dramatically lower the cost of access to space. Internships and full-time opportunities available.

Friday, October 7, 4:00 PM

Register with QR Code below to receive the Zoom Meeting Link.

September 27, 2022:

The Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science and the Yale School of Medicine are holding two informational sessions about their Master's Program in Personalized Medicine and Applied Engineering. This one year masters degree's goal is to prepare biomedical, mechanical and electrical engineers, computer science majors, medical students, and physicians with the tools to develop innovative 3D solutions for personalized medicine and surgery.

The flyer gives a brief overview of the program, and there are more details on our website.

Session 1: Thursday, October 6, 6 pm: Link
Session 2: Wednesday, October 19, 6 pm: Link

Please send questions to, and

March 23, 2022:

The Yale Biotech Club is excited to announce that the 2022 YBC Life Science Career Fair will be on Friday April 22nd! We welcome all graduate students, professional students, post-docs, undergraduates, and alumni interested in the life sciences to participate in networking and career exploration opportunities at this hybrid event. The Life Science Career Fair will feature 30+ industry-leading companies in Biotech, Pharma, Consulting, Venture Capital, Law, and other Non-academic Careers

Josh Geballe, the Senior Associate Provost for Entrepreneurship & Innovation at Yale, and former COO of Connecticut, will be giving the fireside address. Attendees can learn more about different careers through company presentations, virtual company booths, and alumni panels. In addition, limited spots are available for 1-on-1 conversations with company representatives, 1-on-1 chats with Yale professor and entrepreneur Dr. Craig Crews, and an in-person industry night for students to network with various companies. You are encouraged to register early to secure your spots!  

Register via the following links for an information session if you are interested in learning more about the career fair!

Info Session #1: Thursday (3/31) 12 - 12:30pm: RSVP here.

Info Session #2: Monday (4/18) 6 - 6:30pm: RSVP here.

Register now to participate in the Life Science Career Fair! General Registration will remain open until Wednesday, April 20th. The one-on-one company conversation slots and in-person industry night will be first come first serve. More information about the career fair can be found on our website and flyer.

Email Yaqing Huang ( or Jiaying Chen ( if you have any questions.

Interested in updates on the Career Fair and more industry-related events? Stay tuned by subscribing to the YBC listserv!

March 9, 2022:

Summer Research Program with the Louvain School of Engineering

The Summer Research Program with the Louvain School of Engineering allows qualified candidates to advance both their studies and global competencies with HANDS-ON-INTERNSHIPS overseas.
Each summer,Yale students will be able to complete an internship in a lab linked to the Louvain School of Engineering, in one of the following research institutes:

  • Institute for Information and Communication Technologies, Electronics and Applied Mathematics (ICTEAM)
  • Institute of Condensed Matter and Nanosciences (IMCN)
  • Institute of Mechanics, Materials and Civil Engineering (IMMC)
  • Louvain Institute of Data Analysis and Modeling in Economics and Statistics (LIDAM)

Or in a Belgian company partner of UCLouvain on the Science Park. Although some students may choose this program to improve their French proficiency, knowledge of French is not a prerequisite to participating in this exchange. The focus is really on the opportunity to offer students at the Bachelor's and Master's level an enriching experience.

For further information on the program, please contact the Louvain School of Engineering's International Office.

February 17, 2022:

Yale Spring Symposium for Underrepresented Minorities—Application Outreach

The Spring Symposium gives selected Yale undergraduates the opportunity to present, discuss, and defend research across multiple disciplines including the sciences, social sciences, and humanities; faculty judges and attendees thoroughly enhance the experience for presenting students.

Application Link:

April 12, 2021:

The Yale Mentorship for Minority Students in STEM (YMMSS)

The Yale Mentorship for Minority Students in STEM (YMMSS) is a new program that aims to establish mentorships for underrepresented students (racial/ethnic minorities, LGBTQ+ students, students with disabilities, etc.) in STEM at Yale. By facilitating mentorship connections, we hope to encourage students from traditionally underrepresented groups to persist in STEM and STEM-related fields. Mentors and mentees will be paired such that first-years and sophomores are matched with junior and senior mentors, and juniors and seniors are paired with graduate student mentors. We hope to match students that share similar identities or fields of interest, based on what the mentors and mentees prefer.

We’ll be matching students based off of their responses to this Google Form, which can be filled out at any time of the year. An initial batch of responses will be collected on the 23rd of April so as to be able to put mentors and mentees in contact before the end of the semester.

January 11, 2021:

Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps at Yale Information Session

Wednesday, February 3 between 6-7PM

  • The NROTC program enables you to commission as an officer in the United States Navy or Marine Corps upon graduation from Yale.
  • Current students are eligible to apply prior to beginning their Senior year.
  • You are invited to a discussion on how to join, how the program works, and what it is like to serve as an officer in the Armed Forces.

Please contact for Zoom ID#

December 11, 2020:

Yale Undergraduate Research Journal Call for Submissions

The Yale University President’s Public Service Fellowship seeks outstanding Yale undergraduate, graduate and professional students not in their final year of study to work with organizations that promote economic growth, human development, and neighborhood vitality in New Haven.

Fellowship awards range from $5,850 to $9,000 based on experience, degree pending, and weeks worked.
Fellowship placements range from 8-11 weeks from June 1st through August 13th.
All students may apply for placements proposed by local non-profit and public sector organizations that are posted on the PPSF website.
Please note: at this time, in light of the ongoing pandemic, all Summer 2021 PPSF Fellowship placements will be remote, work-from-home placements. If restrictions are lifted by the University, all students accepted as 2021 Fellows will be notified of any changes to the program.

For more information, and to download the application materials, log on to the PPSF website or contact PPSF Director Karen King (

Application Deadline:
Friday, February 19, 2021 at 4pm