The mission of Dwight Hall is to foster to civic-minded student leaders and to promote service and activism in New Haven and around the world. Dwight Hall is the Center for Public Service and Social Justice at Yale. It is an independent, nonprofit umbrella organization that provides support to and fosters communication between over 60 student-run Member Organizations whose primary purposes fall within Dwight Hall’s mission. Dwight Hall itself sponsors a number of Institutional Programs, Projects, and Networks that help Dwight Hall achieve its mission, and Dwight Hall also lends assistance to a variety of Community and Associate Organizations.
Johnny Scafidi, Program Director
Dwight Hall at Yale
P.O. Box 209008
New Haven, CT 06520-9008
Tecnológico de Monterrey
Tecnológico de Monterrey, one of Latin America’s premier research universities, has served as a key partner and facilitator for the Yale Service Tour in Monterrey. Monterrey Tech’s mission is to educate individuals who are committed to the social, economic, and political improvement of their communities, and to prepare citizens to be internationally competitive in their area of specialty.
Consejo de Desarrollo Social
The Consejo de Desarrollo Social is a public entity dedicated to empowering and strengthening communities in the state of Nuevo León, through educational opportunity, economic and social development, and critical services to enable a healthy, productive lifestyle. The Consejo works with a Council for Civic Participation that includes entrepreneurs, community representatives, reasearchers, academics, and civic leaders, who serve as the voice for their communities. Through engagement with this Council, the Consejo’s multifaceted programs are driven by citizen input and volunteer leadership.
Yale University Office of International Affairs
has played a central role in fostering the collaboration between the Association of Yale Alumni and Yale’s partners in Monterrey.
Gran Hotel Ancira
The AYA gratefully acknowledges the support of Gran Hotel Ancira, which helped to make the 2009 Monterrey Service Tour possible.