Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce
The Greater New Haven Chamber provides value through business resources and services to its partner companies and leads regional economic growth through bold and effective advocacy. The Fellow will work with staff to research economic develoment opportunities, and will also prepare public policy briefs.
Agency website: gnhcc.com
Havenly is a nonprofit food business on a mission to build the community power of refugee and immigrant women through job training, education, and organizing. The Fellow work in fund development, and donor cultivation and engagement.
Agency website: havenlynhv.org
Ludwig Center for Community & Economic Development (CED) at Yale Law School
The Ludwig Center for Community & Economic Development (CED) is an interdisciplinary, transactional legal clinic that emphasizes collaboration with community organizations to promote economic growth and empowerment in underserved neighborhoods. CED focuses on neighborhood revitalization, social entrepreneurship, sustainable development, and financial access. The Fellow, under the supervision of Law School faculty members, would perform transactional legal work for community organizations focused on neighborhood revitalization, social entrepreneurship, sustainable development, and financial access. Eligible students must be currently-enrolled Yale Law School students not in their final year of study, and must have completed one semester of law school. Candidates must first apply, and be accepted to particpate in the 2022 LSO Summer Fellowship Program.
Agency website: law.yale.edu/ludwig
Sanctuary Kitchen, a program of CitySeed, partners with immigrant and refugee chefs to build economic opportunity and authentic connections through food. The Fellow will support the development, growth, and implementation of Sanctuary Kitchen programming.
Agency website: sanctuarykitchen.org