The one that started them all - Bulldogs in the Bluegrass! For the past 13 years, Bulldogs in the Bluegrass has changed not only the lives of Yalies, but the entire Louisville community.
Why Louisville, Kentucky, you might ask? You'd be surprsied. Wide-eyed interns arrive in May and leave 10 weeks later Citizens for Life.
Bulldogs in the Bluegrass brings Yalies together for life long friendships, connects students to the local Yale community and provides community networking with all the best that Louisville has to offer. But, don't take our word for it. Check out what former Bulldogs have to say
For a glimpse of a typical summer, check out our video on YouTube
Program work dates are May 29-August 3, 2012
Qualities unique to the Bulldogs in the Bluegrass program:
Come see why 40 Yale graduates have chosen to return to Louisville to begin their careers.
Students: Join us for a summer you won't forget. Apply
Employers: To submit a job description, select "Submit internship description" from the drop down menu above.
For questions, contact Ann Curtis,
, 502-459-3876, or Rowan Claypool '80, at
, or 502-599-5061.
International Students: You will need to apply for permission from immigration to work off campus (Optional Practical Training) to engage in a BAA internship. OPT applications can take up to three months for immigration to process, so advance planning is required. These applications must be submitted through the Office of International Students and Scholars. For full information on the OPT application process go to http://www.yale.edu/oiss/ or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The goal of Bulldogs in the Bluegrass, sponsored by Yale in Kentucky, Inc., is to employ hardworking Yale students in meaningful internship positions, introduce these students to the assets and leadership of the Louisville community, provide benefit to local employers and enhance the community as a whole.