Yale-China: Upcoming Fellowships, Programs, and Opportunities

Applications for all Yale-China programs are now open, and the first deadlines are approaching! The application deadline for each of our programs is listed below:

Final application deadline: March 5

Our first information session for all programs in this Thursday at 12PM. Come to 442 Temple St for some delicious snacks and the chance to learn more about all our programs. Please RSVP to education@yalechina.org; Zoom link available by request.

We will have several more info sessions as the semester progresses—each session will cover all currently open programs.

  • September 19th, 12PM 
  • September 27th, 12PM
  • October 6th, 2PM
  • October 26th, 2PM
  • November 8th, 12PM
  • November 14th, 4-6PM (Informational Teahouse with former Yale-China Fellows)

You can also learn more about all of our programs at www.yalechina.org. If you have any questions, please email education@yalechina.org.

We’re also passing along a message from our friends at China Hands Magazine:

China Hands Magazine is recruiting for the upcoming academic year! We are Yale’s only China-related student publication, publishing writing ranging from foreign policy analysis to original fiction. We publish our annual issue in the spring. We’re looking for writers, editors, and designers to join us in creating a space to discuss US-China relations on campus and beyond. Please fill out this form if you’re interested.

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By Jorimel Zaldivar
Jorimel Zaldivar Senior Associate Director for Common Good Careers