Calling all Yale students! Have an interest in international affairs, travel, cultural exchange, connecting to the world? Get involved with Yale Greenberg World Fellows - there are so many ways. Check out what students have done in the past and read on for ways to get involved.
Become a Greenberg World fellows liaison
Each Greenberg World Fellow has four liaisons (a mix of Yale undergraduate and graduate students). Liaisons are assigned specific roles in support of World Fellows, for example: planning, publicity, arranging events, and social activities. Through these activities, and a weekly dinner, liaisons build lasting relationships with their Greenberg World Fellow and benefit from mentorship.
Associate Greenberg World Fellows
Associate Greenberg World Fellows are Yale graduate or professional school students who become fully integrated into the World Fellows program. They are important contributors to the group, joining all academic, intellectual and social aspects of the Yale World Fellows’ experience. It is an intensive program specifically for Yale graduate/professional students who are willing to make a major time commitment and want to become fully immersed in the life and culture of the Greenberg World Fellows Program.
ATTEND AN EVENT
There are many Greenberg World Fellows events throughout the fall semester and beyond: they take place on and off campus, in New York, D.C. and elsewhere. To start, please come to World Fellows Night, a cultural celebration where you can interact with each and every Greenberg World Fellow on campus in the fall. Each Fellow sets up a booth with photos, artifacts and information about their work and country.
Throughout the semester, each Fellow is asked to participate events on campus and in the larger New Haven community. This includes panels, lectures, brown bag lunches, keynote speeches, interviews and more. Take a look at our event calendar for a full listing.
get an internship with a Greenberg world Fellow
Undergraduate internships with Greenberg World Fellows are coordinated by the Office of Career Strategy. If you have questions about international experiences, funding, or internships in general, make an appointment with an adviser at the Center for International and Professional Experience.
Make a personal connection
Don’t be intimidated! You can easily reach any Greenberg World Fellow by using the contact form on each of their pages. For Fellows who are currently on campus, you can also search for them using the Yale directory or simply approach them in person. They are always eager to speak with students and share experiences.