The following opportunities are available to all Yale undergraduates, not only those interested in or eligible for the Multidisciplinary Academic Program.

Join the Human Rights EliList:

To receive information about human rights at Yale, join the humanrightsatyale EliList. To publicize an event related to human rights, send an email directly to humanrightsatyale[at]elilists.yale.edu.

Attend Events at the Schell Center:

The Orville H. Schell, Jr. Center for International Human Rights at Yale Law School organizes open events on a wide range of human rights issues throughout the year. Undergraduates are welcome to attend the biweekly Human Rights Workshop as well as other events. Email schell.law@yale.edu if you would like to be added to the email list for announcements about upcoming events.

Collaborate with the Schell Center:

The Schell Center offers support to undergraduate groups for events and activities related to human rights. Support can take the form of providing limited funding, suggesting and connecting groups to relevant speakers, and publicizing events. If you are the head of an undergraduate group interested in collaborating with the Schell Center, email Schell Center Undergraduate Assistants Ruth Lee (ruth.lee@yale.edu) and Maddy Corson (maddy.corson@yale.edu).

Obtain Summer Funding for Human Rights Work:

See here for a list of Yale fellowships that may be applicable to research, projects, or internships related to human rights.

Career Events for Undergraduates

In past years, the Schell Center for International Human Rights has held events for undergraduates interested in human rights careers. Events typically feature panels of recent graduates who have pursued human rights careers. To make sure you are aware of any events related to human rights careers, join our EliList (above).