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There are many online resources that Yale students and graduates can use in their job searches. This searchable database includes resources that OCS staff, Yale students, and Yale alums have found particularly useful. Individual employer sites are not included, rather this database includes sites with job listings, employer directories, career advice, and links to other useful resources.

Please note that these external sites are neither created nor maintained by Yale’s Office of Career Strategy; therefore, we are not responsible for the content presented therein. Sites are reviewed on an annual basis for relevancy, ease of use, and utility for Yale students and graduates. If you have any comments about the sites, or would like to recommend a new site to include, please contact us.

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Yale Entrepreneurial Institute

The Yale Entrepreneurial Institute is a university department that helps entrepreneurs and innovators at Yale start scalable new ventures. YEI offers three dedicated programs for accelerating ventures at Yale from early-stage conception to investable startup: the Venture Creation Program, the YEI Fellowship and the YEI Innovation Fund, which provides $100,000 in pre-seed funding. YEI is dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship across all schools at Yale and providing opportunities for students and faculty to test their ideas, develop them with expert guidance and launch companies that can make an impact in their respective industries.

Yale Entrepreneurial Society

Founded in 1999, the Yale Entrepreneurial Society (YES) is a completely undergraduate run 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to promoting innovation in the Yale community. Our programs include the ELI Speaker Series, our semesterly Entrepreneurship Bootcamp workshop series, and the annual Yale Venture Challenge. Alumni have gone on to found companies including General Assembly, Higher One, and Silviaterra.


Yale GALA is an educational and cultural organization that seeks to promote the well-being and betterment of the Yale University gay and lesbian community, including alums, faculty, students and the public at large.

Yale Global Health Field Guide

This guide was written for students who are interested in getting on-the-ground experience in global health and looking for guidance on where to begin. It provides valuable information about choosing the right type of experience, finding opportunities, accessing resources, and considering the ethics of global health field work. With the suggestions and tools listed here, we hope that students new to global health will gain a better understanding of how to find and fund a global health field experience. We hope that these experiences will help develop students' interests and, most importantly, help them engage with communities in the best way possible.

Yale Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Graduate Teaching Center

The Center supports effective course design and promotes evidence-based teaching methods for university instructors, including faculty and teaching assistants. The Center encourages student learning and provides opportunities for students and postdoctoral scholars throughout the University to develop as writers, teachers, mentors, and leaders. The graduate student focused programs of the CTL are supported in part by the McDougal Graduate Student Center Endowment.

Yale Graduate Student Consulting Club

Join us for our weekly meetings! Get to know more about management consulting careers and the interview process.Meet other students with similar aspirations. Pair up with other club members and hone your case interview skills. We welcome participants with any level of case interview experience, even none at all.

Yale Graduate Writing Center

The Graduate Writing Center (GWC) works with all Master and PhD students registered with the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences through individual writing consultations, peer review groups, workshops and seminars, and writing groups.

Yale in Hollywood

The Office of Career Strategy and the Yale in Hollywood Club, an alum group involved in the entertainment industry and part of the Yale Club of Southern California, have collaborated to offer internship opportunities and streamline the internship search process for students interested in an introduction to the various components of the film industry: talent management & representation, production, screenwriting & editing, story line generation, and various business aspects. Students will receive guidance from industry professionals as they develop their networking skills and develop a base of contacts that are integral to finding further opportunities in the film & entertainment industry.

Yale Jackson Institute for Global Affairs

The Jackson Institute for Global Affairs promotes education and scholarship on global affairs at Yale. We serve the entire university through courses and core teaching programs in global affairs, career counseling, and public lectures. Our mission is to inspire and prepare Yale students for global leadership and service.

Yale Journalism Initiative

The Yale Journalism Initiative began in 2006 with a generous grant from Yale alumnus Steven Brill ’72 LAW ’75, the founder of The American Lawyer magazine and Court TV, and his wife, Cynthia Margolin Brill ’72. Its purpose is to encourage and equip students in Yale College, and in its graduate and professional schools, who aspire to contribute to democracy in the United States and around the world by becoming journalists.

Yale Medical Professions Outreach

YMPO is an undergraduate program dedicated to broadening the horizons of Yale students interested in medicine. Members have opportunities to learn about medicine directly from professionals by shadowing physician-mentors in their working environment. Students can also learn about health-related issues through regular lectures. Lecture topics include medically-related volunteer opportunities, conversations with doctors from various specialties, and local and international outreach work. Additionally, we understand the importance of teamwork to foster a community of future doctors and leaders in medicine through big sib/little sib programs and panel discussions. N.B. Due to limited resources, we are unfortunately able to serve students at Yale College only.

Yale Net Impact

Yale Net Impact one chapter of a 300-chapter strong organization that supports social enterprise across the world.