Yale-China Community Service Exchange
About the Community Service Exchange
Yale-China’s Community Service Exchange places Yale students at nonprofit organizations in New Haven and Hong Kong for internships in June and July. Interns organize conferences, work on grant proposals, conduct research on migration and community issues, and learn about the nonprofit sector in the United States and China—all in collaboration with a partner from New Asia College.
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Apply to the Community Service Exchange
The Yale-China Community Service Exchange will begin accepting applications for summer 2015 in January. Application and info session information will be posted later in the fall. More >
What do Yale-China interns do?
Community Service Exchange participants spend four weeks in New Haven and four weeks in Hong Kong; they work with a Chinese partner and explore one of three themes: Education, Mental Healthcare, and HIV/AIDS Care and Education. more >
From the Field
"Discussions with other Yale-China interns gave me a chance to look at the issues from the perspectives of other non-profit organizations, government offices, and individuals…Being one of the few people in the city actually working at a non-profit (common responses from people I met at Yale Club and alumni events: “You came to Hong Kong to intern...at a non-profit?” or “Hong Kong has non-profits?”) was enlightening.” – Charlotte Martin, 2009 Intern More >