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Yale Pathways to Arts and Humanities: WYBC Teen Takeover Radio Internship

Imagine being passed the aux cable for a wide audience to appreciate your taste in music, or hosting your very own talk show to discuss love, relationships, or politics. At WYBC Tale College Teen Takeover, you will learn how to run your very own radio show.

Who can apply: New Haven Public High School Students in Grades 9-12

When: Mondays from 4:00pm-6:00pm

APPLY NOW: onhsa.yale.edu/radio

Questions? Email: ryan.howzell@yale.edu

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Yale Pathways to Arts and Humanities: Secrets of Middle Eastern Art

Date: Sunday, February 17th
Time: 10:00am – 12:00
Middle Eastern pastries and hot cocoa will be served!
Location: 17 Hillhouse Ave, New Haven
Open to the Public!

Join Yale’s Greenberg World Fellow and Barjeel Art Foundation founder Sultan Al Qassemi for a morning of wondrous contemporary Middle Eastern Art. You will learn about calligraffiti, explore unique contemporary art, and taste some delicious Middle Eastern pastries. Registration required at: onhsa.yale.edu/MiddleEast

Yale Pathways to Arts and Humanities: Alley Cats A Capella Workshop

Date: Saturday, February 16th
Time: 1:00pm – 2:30pm
Snacks and water will be provided
Location: 100 Wall Street, New Haven
Who can come?
Students in grades 8 – 12*

Meet Yale’s Alley Cats A Cappella group for an afternoon of song! You will work with the Alley Cats on breathing and blending techniques, collaborate in small groups to learn vocal arrangements, and see an exclusive performance. No singing experience necessary!
To register, visit: onhsa.yale.edu/sing
*Parental consent forms required for non Pathways students

Yale Pathways to Arts and Humanities: Spoken Word Poetry Workshop Series

Want to find your voice and tell your story? Join two of Yale’s powerhouse spoken word poetry groups for a series of workshops. You will practice writing, hone your creative skills, and work in small groups with other students. The series will end with a closing ceremony dinner with members from both spoken word groups. Snacks and water will be provided.

To apply for the Spoken Word Poetry Workshop Series please visit: onhsa.yale.edu/poetry

Dates: Saturday March 30th, April 6th, April 13th
Time: 11:00am – 12:30pm
Snacks and water will be provided
Location: 211 Park Street, New Haven
Who can come? Public school students in grades 8 – 12
APPLICATIONS DUE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST!

Yale Pathways to Arts & Humanities: Yale Heritage Theater Ensemble Workshops

Interested in theater? Have a desire for drama? Join the Heritage Theater Ensemble, Yale’s premier Black undergraduate drama group, for a series of engaging workshops. Learn Stella Adler’s techniques, play theater games, and hone your improvisational skills! No theater experience necessary!

To register for one or both of the Theater Workshops please visit: onhsa.yale.edu/HTE

Dates: Friday, February 1st
& Friday March 1st
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Pizza will be served!
Location: 211 Park Street, New Haven
Who can come? Public school students in grades 8 – 12

***IMPORTANT*** College Before College Student Info

Yale Shopping Period Begins: 1/14

SCSU Registration: 1/15 @ 12:30 PM

Gateway Registration: 1/16 @ 1:00 PM

SEE/CONTACT YOUR ISSP COORDINATOR IMMEDIATELY FOR COURSE PRE-APPROVAL

Yale Pathways to Arts and Humanities: Yale Ex!t Players Improv Showcase

Join us for an afternoon of laughs!

SATURDAY DECEMBER 8TH 12:00PM – 1:30PM
LOCATION: 68 HIGH STREET, NEW HAVEN
WHO CAN COME: STUDENTS IN GRADES 8 – 12
PIZZA WILL BE SERVED!

Want to try theater…off script? Come join Yale’s Ex!t Players for an afternoon of improv performances and an interactive workshop. No theater experience necessary!

The Exit Players are Yale’s oldest improv comedy group, specializing in a long form style they’ve honed through their work with the famous UCB, Magnet, and iO Theaters. They’ve taught and performed with students from all over the country on their twice-annual tours, including in Chicago, NYC, Los Angeles, and Austin, TX, and they’ve even worked with Facebook in San Francisco! Exit loves teaching emotionally-grounded and playful improv, and they are super excited to offer a special workshop and show for New Haven students!

Register at: onhsa.yale.edu/improv