If you are interested in applying to be on the Yale Entrepreneur Magazine’s team please fill out this form and send relevant samples to yaleentrepreneur[at]gmail[dot]com. Check out our flyer.

Online Manager

Manage the content that goes on our website. Make sure we always have content going up and that it’s attractive and well written.

Print Manager

The YE publishes a hard copy twice a year. Interface with our publisher and make sure our design team hits deadlines. Decide what the theme will be and what content will be featured. Help us coordinate our release party.

Managing Editor

Do you have a strong writing background? Do you want to contribute but don’t have the time to write full articles? We welcome lovers of language to our editorial staff. Please include a writing sample of at least 5 pages double spaced.

Social Media

Help us broaden our audience. Update our Facebook and Twitter with the YE’s new articles and events. Scan the internet for entrepreneurial developments and innovations. Strong social media presence preferred.

Recruitment & Marketing

Do you have a talent for recruiting great writers and designers? Are you interested in deciding what the YE will look like in the next few years? Do you enjoy networking with partners on campus? Do you thrive in an environment where you decide your own day to day tasks? This role will enable you to be one of the YE’s visionaries.


Help us make money. Help us spend money.


The following roles don’t require an application. Just show up to a pitch meeting if you are interested!


The Yale Entrepreneur enables students to write about innovations that inspire them. We welcome any level of commitment. Feel free to email relevant articles you’ve written to yaleentrepreneur[at]gmail[dot]com at any time.  Staff writers not only have the freedom to choose their stories, but are also able to interview notable entrepreneurs and travel to conferences.


Travel cool places. Meet cool people. Take cool pictures. The YE will reimburse you for all travel associated with the magazine.

Graphic Designer

Help us create edgy and functional layouts; we aim to be informative and  memorable. The workload picks up only in November for the winter issue and April for the spring issue. Please include a sample of any relevant design work when you come to your first pitch meeting.