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Yale Specific Alumni Resources

Throughout your search, there are a number of on-line resources that will be helpful. Below are a few Yale specific resources available to alumni.

Yale Career Link: Through this password protected job database, alumni are welcome to search jobs posted by employers seeking to hire Yale alumni to fill their positions.

Jobs at Yale: Search the STARS job database to find jobs at Yale University.

Yale On-Campus Recruiting: Alumni who are within one year of graduation and meet an organization's job requirements may participate in on-campus recruiting.

Job Search Websites: While there are thousands of potentially useful job-listing sites, the Office of Career Strategy has compiled a list of commonly used resources, organized by career field.

Join a Yale Group on LinkedIn: As a member of the Yale Group you will have access to jobs posted by other Yale alumni. Below are links to some of the most popular LinkedIn groups Yale alumni have joined.

Professional Online Identity

Social media can be a powerful tool, allowing you to create connections with employers and professionals, build your personal brand, and maintain social relationships. But if not managed wisely, your online identity could be harmful. Content and photos found online could impact how potential employers perceive you, and if they are inappropriate or offensive, may cost you an opportunity. To avoid this, follow these tips for maintaining a professional online presence:

  • Search your name through Google and other search engines to see what information is available; are you comfortable with what is viewable? Take steps to remove content you would not want an employer to see and adjust your privacy settings as needed.
  • If there is information online that you would rather employers not see, focus on building your brand on professional networking sites such as LinkedIn so that less flattering information will appear lower on a search.
  • To be safe, assume content and images you post on social and professional networking sites may be seen by potential employers.