Thursday’s CGCC Peer Networking Event will give you the inside scoop on employers for your summer internship!

Are you interested in hearing from your peers how their summer internships went so you can get ideas for your summer plans? Do you want to get the inside scoop on what it was like to work for an employer in the Common Good & Creative Careers space? This event will have Yale College students representing their summer employers in the areas of the arts, education, government, nonprofit, publishing & journalism. It will be a career fair format in which you can walk around the room and speak to various Yale students who worked at summer positions. We have over 60 employers/fellowships being represented by 40 students!  See below for list of employers. 

Water & Cookies will be provided. Casual dress & No Formal Speeches. Stop by for as long or short as you want and get the information about employers straight from your peers! 

This event is co-sponsored by Dwight Hall.

Common Good & Creative Careers is an initiative from Yale’s Office of Career Strategy to support Yale students in pursuing careers that make a difference and encourage their creativity.

Common Good & Creative Careers Peer to Peer Networking Event – Office of Career Strategy – Yale University

Below is the list of Employers that will be represented at the fair by Yale students who have interned with them:

ACE Entertainment
African American Civil War Museum & Memorial
Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village
Alliance for Affordable Energy
Appalachian Mountain Club
Atlas Entertainment
Breakthrough Collaborative
Brennan Center for Justice
Brown Institute for Media Innovation
Campfire Productions
Capital Area Immigrant Rights Organization
CEDRO (Centro de Información y Educación para la Prevención del Abuso de Drogas)
Center for American Progress
Center for Economic Research Pakistan
Congressman Ro Khanna
Council on Foreign Relations
CT Green Bank
Dwight Hall Editorial Writer
Executive Office of the President
Federal Defenders of CT
Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project
Future Coalition
Haley House
Hon. Suzanne Adams, New York Supreme Court (Civil Division)
Houston Cinema Arts Society
Hudson Institute
Hudson Institute Political Studies
Institut Jean Nicod
Institute for the Study of War
Instituto para las Mujeres en la Migración, A.C
International Rescue Committee
Justice Center for Legal Aid
JuVee Productions
LEAP – Leadership Education Athletics in Partnership
Liman Center for PI Law Summer Fellow
Me4Real International
Napa Valley Writers’ Conference
NBCUniversal (Universal Studios Group)
New Criterion
New York Lawyers for the Public Interest
New York Legal Assistance Group
Northwestern’s Center for Talent Development
NY Green Bank
Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs
Rank the Vote
Rwanda Basic Education Board
The Advocates for Human Rights
The Carter Center
The Center for Reproductive Rights
The Gotham Film & Media Institute
The White House (Climate Policy Office)
United States Department of Justice, Office of the Solicitor General
Universal Creative
Uptown Stories
US Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher
US Hunger
US Public Defender Service
US Senator Mark Kelly
US State Department
UTA – United Talent Agency
Whitney Museum of American Art
Yale’s Woodbridge Fellowship

By Robyn Acampora
Robyn Acampora Director of Strategic Initiatives and Public Service Careers