Advertising, Marketing & PR

Advertising & Marketing

Advertising and marketing are words that tend to be synonymous in the minds of many, and rightfully so; the two functions are complimentary and intertwined. In the simplest terms, marketers determine packaging, pricing and promotion strategy (marketing campaign) for current and new products, keeping the Brand, or the image the company is trying to convey with their products, in mind. Advertisers carry out the product promotion through development and strategic placement of memorable and persuasive advertisements, both subtle and overt, to get the message out to the target market.

Advertising and marketing functions take place at all types of businesses, from large corporations to small businesses. Additionally, companies and organizations may outsource some or all of their marketing and advertising functions to agencies. Advertising and marketing are not limited to for-profit organizations but are also necessities at non-profit organizations as well. Museums, health care organizations, universities, government agencies and other non-profits all advertise and market their programs and services. Examples of Advertising and Marketing Jobs include; Account Executive, Copywriter, Creative Director, Production Assistant, Graphic Designer, Digital Analyst and Media Buyer.

Public Relations

Public relations is about developing effective relationships and maintaining a particular image. The reputation, profitability, and success of a product, organization, or even an individual, can depend on public support of their goals, policies or actions. PR is a field focused on creating and advocating a particular image of the product and/or service(s) for the clients that they represent and helping the general public become both aware and engaged with their client. Public Relations work is done in all sectors and work with diverse clients such as hospitals, politicians and multinational companies.

Resume Builder! Forage’s Virtual Work Experiences

Forage offers virtual work experiences, which are online programs built and endorsed by leading companies. Each virtual work experience contains a series of resources and tasks designed to simulate the real-world experience of starting a career. They are 5-6 hours …

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Are UX Bootcamps Worth It? How to Choose the Right UI/UX Design Bootcamp

Every day, over 500,000 new websites are created on the Internet. In the last year, accelerated by the pandemic, everyone from small business owners and enterprise leaders to national governments began embracing digital channels to connect with their stakeholders. Digital …

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Bridging the world's skills gap through affordable, high-quality, online education.
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Marketing EDGE First-Gen Virtual Mentoring Program

Interested in the marketing field?

The First-Gen Virtual Mentoring Program provides an opportunity for students to grow personally and professionally while building their networks.
To apply and find out more:  EDGE First-Gen Virtual Mentoring Program APPLY BY 8/6

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RocketBlocks Interview Prep

Yale OCS is pleased to offer students RocketBlocks an interactive web application that helps students prepare for case interviews in consulting, product management, product marketing and strategy + biz ops. Their approach is simple: decompose interviews into atomic skills and give …

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Forté Foundation’s Rising Star Initiative (Free for Yale College students)

Yale OCS is pleased to offer our students the opportunity to join the Forté Foundation’s Rising Star Initiative for free. As a sponsor school, the Rising Star Initiative offers undergraduate women at Yale, across majors, the opportunity to develop skills …

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Case Interview Prep Timeline

Timeline, tips and resources for preparing for case interviews.

Career Outcomes

The Office of Career Strategy collects information about Yale College graduates after graduation. This interactive tool allows users to search these outcomes by year and major. Please visit Statistics & Reports for the more detailed reports.

Helpful Tips on using the Interactive Tool:

  • There is no Enter or Submit Button  Results will appear automatically with your selections
  • Choose ‘All Years’ or ‘All Majors’- For results across years and majors or check one for more granular results.
    • Default results will show the most recent Class Year.
    • Uncheck selected major(s) to reset your search.
    • To ensure student confidentiality, results are only reported in the aggregate and more granular data is not available through this public tool.
    • The tool will return results with at least five responses. If you require additional information contact the Office of Career Strategy

Most Recent Class Overview

Knowledge Rate Success Rate Mean Starting Salary Top Five Industries
91.6% of those graduating between July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020 91.7% employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation $71,030 among graduates employed in the United States. Financial Services, Education, Consulting, Technology and Healthcare

 

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First Destination

First Destination refers to the postgraduate plans of Yale College graduates six months after graduation. The pursuits of Yale graduates include employment, graduate school, independent research, military service, and more.

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