WE@Yale Breakfast Series
Tuesdays 9/11–12/11, 8:30am–9:30am
Yale Women Innovators is a weekly breakfast speaker series designed to foster community discussion, idea sharing, best practices, business fundamentals, networking, and team-building opportunities in support of Yale women students, alumni, faculty, and staff interested in entrepreneurship and innovation at any level. Each session hosts a speaker, followed by Q&A. Upcoming sessions »
FUTURE TEACHERS OF COLOR WORKING GROUP
Co-sponsored by the Yale Education Studies Program and CITY, this application-based working group is designed to address and discuss specific issues that students of color will face in entering the K-12 teacher workforce in order to create an innovative and diverse teacher pipeline. Issues discussed in the monthly workshop include relationships with students, discipline, and being a change agent within an institution. Workshop leader Cecil Barnes has been a high school music and history teacher at public district and charter schools in Los Angeles, Kansas City, Boston, and New York and currently works as Dean of Culture at Amistad Academy in New Haven.
Applications are due on September 21. Apply now!
Pitch Slams + Storytelling NIGHTS
Get your ideas HEARD. CITY hosts evening events focused on sharing ideas and stories with the broader community. Pitch slams are open mic nights to share your innovative idea and find co-founders and collaborators. Storytelling nights focus on connecting through narrative and shared experiences.
Wellness Pump-Up Sessions
10/1 8:30–9:30am and 12/3 8:30–9:30am
CITY hosts Wellness Pump-Up Sessions that feature a fun, low-key mix of meditation, yoga, dancing, and more to get you relaxed and ready to take on new things. Upcoming sessions »