There are predictable hurdles in turning a massive research project into a succinct 3 minute summary. More so when that 3 minute summary is intended for a lay-audience, as opposed to experts in that given field! In any other year, …
Post-Secondary/Higher Education Teaching
Postsecondary teachers educate students in diverse academic subjects and vocational areas that extend beyond the high school level. Teaching positions in colleges and universities require a PhD, and at minimum, a master’s degree for a community college. …
Interested in working for a nonprofit organization? Get started by taking advantage of the many resources offered by OCS’ Common Good and Creative Careers initiative which focuses on support and advising on education, government, nonprofit and arts careers.
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Visit our Common Good and Creative Careers community which offers resources, advice, and job postings on communications and arts careers.
Interested in the tech industry? There are many functional roles for non-technical backgrounds. Learn more here:
Jumpstart your exploration of PhD museum careers with these resources:
“From bench to museum—an unlikely journey” – Molecular Biology of the Cell
“Humanities PhDs in Museums” – The Humanities PhD Project
“Historians in Museums” – American Historical Association
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Start with our Common Good and Creative Careers community which offers resources, advice and job postings on media and communications careers.
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Interested in Institutional Research? Start with these resources:
Q&As with professionals and real-life PhD narratives in corporate and institutional research- VersatilePhD
“From Doctoral Study to … Institutional Research” – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Panel on Careers in Corporate and Institutional …
Curious about starting your own enterprise? Consider these resources:
Entrepreneurship Career Exploration, Networking, and Skill-Building Resources – ImaginePhD
Non-Academic Careers for STEM: Entrepreneurship, VersatilePhD (free to Yale students and postdocs)
“Bring Me A Philosopher: Why Tech Startups Need More Specialists …