Field Experience

  • Hong Bui presents research conducted as part of the University of Wisconsin Madison's Education Research Program
  • Ana Barros interns with Teach for America in Louisiana
  • Ethan Young teaches high school students about cephalopods for Splash Yale workshops.
  • Chris Rice teaches history on board the Amistad ship in New Haven
  • Alejandra Corona Ortega (standing in back) works as a Public School Intern at the Fair Haven school
  • Edward Maza is a docent at the Yale Art Gallery
  • Wayne Zhang co-directs the US Grant summer enrichment program in New Haven
  • Annie Chen teaches coding with New Haven students
August 10, 2017

All Education Studies scholars complete a field experience, which can be a full summer internship/fellowship or be conducted part-time during the academic year. The Education Studies Scholars program offers a summer Field Experience Fellowship to support Scholars in unpaid internships or other projects during the summer. The fellowship has supported Scholars in a range of placements including the Brookings Institute, Head Start, the New York State Department of Education,  the Musee de l’Illustration Jeunesse, the West Virginia Department of Education’s Office of Early Learning, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the Center for Arts Education, the Campaign for Educational Equity, and the US State Department, as well as research in Denmark, Japan, and Washington state.

Read student-created guides to courses and internships here.