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New Haven Promise 2020 Internship and Career Fair

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New Haven Promise 2020 Internship and Career Fair

Time: January 8, 2020 all day
Location: Yale University
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map:…
Phone: 203-776-6473
Event Type: internship, fair, career, volunteer, opportunity
Organized By: New Haven Promise
Latest Activity: Jan 6

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Event Description

New Haven's top college-educated talent is ready to join your team in an internship or entry-level job.

New Haven Promise — an incentive-based scholarship program and economic development engine funded by Yale University, The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven and Yale-New Haven Hospital — brings to hiring managers our seventh annual Internship & Career Fair. This event, where more than 275 students are expected, will take place on Yale University’s campus on the afternoon of Jan. 8, 2020 (snow date: Jan. 10, 2020).

Our scholars have been placed in more than 700+ high-quality paid internships at 73 hiring agencies and earned more than $2 million from Yale University, Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven Public Schools, the City of New Haven and other local New Haven businesses over the last six years. To learn more, please preview our Internship brochure here:

The City's best and brightest are eager to keep their talent in Greater New Haven. More than 1,900 students have received in excess of $17 million in New Haven Promise scholarship and many more millions in Promise-leveraged scholarships. Here is a list of our career partners to date (

Reserve your spot today. Our bright, hardworking and diverse Promise scholars are anxious to meet you and begin their career, financial and civic lives and to make the Elm City a hub of Connecticut. Please complete the 2020 Intake Form ( Once you complete the form, we will send out fair details.

If you have any questions or are interested in volunteering, please contact Jorgieliz Casanova (

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