Student Opportunities

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