Over dinner, learn how you can create change through the Neighbors-in-Residence program, a program of Dwight Hall at Yale | Center for Public Service and Social Justice and the Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale (Tsai CITY). We're looking for New Haven residents with a deep understanding of our city and prior participation in a community leadership role — whether in a parent-teacher organization, religious group, nonprofit, or something else entirely. At this dinner, we'll discuss the program and how to apply.
As a Neighbor-in-Residence (NiR), you’ll work alongside Yale stakeholders and students to advance social change in New Haven, sharing insights on the people and systems that make up the New Haven community. You’ll focus on your own innovative project, with support from Yale resources, staff, and funding: $500 for project support and $1500 for personal use.
Applications are open through 1/17. Learn more and apply here.