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Internships are Career-building Experiences
The internship experience is an investment towards your future. If you are looking for an opportunity to explore potential career paths that complement your interests and educational background, consider an internship at Yale.
Why Intern at Yale?
Most people know Yale as a renowned global teaching and research university with world-class libraries and museums and home to famous graduates, professors, and Nobel prize winners. This is all true. It’s also true that it takes many talented administrative and operational people –from IT, Human Resources, Finance, Business Operations and more–to support the teaching and research mission of the university.
Yale is deeply committed to its New Haven Community Hiring Initiative and provides internship opportunities for eligible candidates. Once accepted into an internship program, you can expect to gain valuable real-world work experience at a world-class higher education institution. In addition to helping identify candidates for future hiring, a Yale internship:
- Builds your resume and work experience
- Develops your skills and competencies
- Provides opportunities to network
Yale has internship experiences designed for career exploration at these levels: high school, college, and early career development.
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Available to New Haven, West Haven, and Orange high school students, the internship offers an introduction to the world of work, an opportunity to observe alongside a Yale professional and build communication and time management skills. Program length: 4-6 weeks.
Applications Accepted: beginning in March
|Early career engagement through mentoring, job shadowing, and real-work experiences, fosters future talent and supports the well-being of the local community.|
Available to rising college sophomores, juniors, and seniors during the summer months, this program offers students the opportunity to experiment and pursue careers that match their academic and personal interest. Program length: 8-12 weeks in the summer ranging from 20 hours to 37.5 hours per week.
Applications Accepted: January 1 – February 28
|Exposure to career paths at Yale develops well-trained and talented candidates for possible future employment.|
|Early Career Development||
This program is open to recent and post-graduate students seeking further experience in their field of interest. This internship provides training, mentoring, and practical experiences to help young professionals get started in their careers at Yale.
|Research, scholarship, education, preservation and practice opportunities develop leadership and technical skills for program participants. Interns further expand their knowledge, skills and experiences through each rotating experience.|
For Internship Candidates
We can help you navigate the internship process. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about internship possibilities. Please take a moment to review the helpful links below.
Ensuring a valuable experience for both your department and your intern is key to a successful program. Please take a moment to review the helpful tips below. Contact us at email@example.com for help with the details.
- Managing Your Intern
- Creating a successful internship experience
- Instructions for setting up an internship requisition:
- Fill out the following form. It will ask for details regarding the nature of the internship.
- Once your intern is identified, create a requisition in Workday. Instructions on how to create a requisition for a non-Yale paid intern, follow these instructions.
- Guide to pay rates at Yale
- Frequently asked questions
2018 Internships at Yale
Yale Finance Interns pose in the courtyard of the Benjamin Franklin College
Resume review with the Director of New Haven Promise
Hiring Manager training
National Intern Day celebration
Taking a break at National Intern Day
Yale University Library interns pose with Handsome Dan
National Intern Day celebration
Yale Information Technology interns visit the Yale Farm
Yale University Art Gallery interns
A Yale University Art Gallery intern leading a discussion
Yale IT interns visiting the Yale University Art Gallery
Mapping out goals
Interns discussing future career goals
Yale University Library intern leading a workshop on Geographic Information System Mapping Technology
Taking a foosball break
National Intern Day games
Interns testing virtual reality equipment
Yale University Library interns addressing the crowd
Yale Information Technology and Yale Finance interns