Bulldogs by the Bay is a volunteer effort by Yale alumni in the San Francisco Bay Area to provide a network of contacts to local employers so Yale students can find meaningful internships in the Bay Area.
The Bay program is different from other Bulldogs Across America programs in that students secure their own housing. Former Bulldogs who don't already live in the Bay area, often find housing together. Feel free to contact Ann Curtis once you secure your internship and she can help hook you up with students who are spending the summer in San Francisco.
While some of the internships are not paid, all the jobs offer valuable experiences.
Qualities unique to the Bulldogs by the Bay program:
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International Students: You will need to apply for permission from immigration to work off campus (Optional Practical Training) to engage in a BAA internship if it is a paid position. 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 email@example.com
Employers: To submit a job description, click on the "Submit internship description" link from the drop down menu above.
For questions, contact Ann Curtis,
, 502-459-3876, or
Gerry Barañano ‘79, Co-Chairman of Bulldogs by the Bay,
The goal of Bulldogs by the Bay is to employ hardworking Yale students in meaningful internship positions, introduce these students to the assets and leadership of the San Francisco community, provide benefit to local employers and enhance the community as a whole.