There are excellent opportunities for organizations to create a presence at Yale and engage with students in Yale College, the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and the postdoctoral scholars. Please contact the Employer Relations team to discuss a customized recruiting strategy.

Important Notes about Fall 2021 Recruiting:
We understand that many of our employer partners are beginning to plan for Fall 2021 recruiting. In light of the continued uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to share as much as we know pertaining to plans for the Fall recruiting cycle.

Students and Staff On-Campus
Yale plans to have a fully residential program for undergraduates, on-campus studies for graduate and professional school students, and a return to on-campus activities for faculty and staff. The realization of these plans will depend on favorable public health conditions and the guidance of public health experts.

Recruiting Activities to Remain Virtual
Because of the number of unknowns about what types of gatherings will be permitted, and if visitors will be allowed on campus, we will be conducting recruiting events on a virtual basis for Fall 2021. This will include career fairs and networking events, information sessions, meeting with student organizations, and other meet-ups. We will delay making firm plans for the Spring 2022 term until later in the year.

A word of caution for employers who might consider holding events in New Haven at hotels, or other public meeting places. It is possible that the University could place restrictions on students attending off-campus events. We will keep you informed just as soon as this information is available.

Please visit https://covid19.yale.edu/ for other Yale information and announcements concerning COVID-19.

Best Practices for Navigating Virtual Networking Events


The following steps will help you successfully navigate the virtual networking events organized by the Office of Career Strategy.

Log into your Yale Career Link account before the virtual networking event and upload the most recent version of your resume …

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How to Start Making Real Change in Your Organization – From Yale SOM’s Heidi Brooks

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“How should leaders respond to structural inequality and racism? Yale SOM leadership expert Heidi Brooks says that many companies have a bias toward taking quick action that is ill-suited to a complex and ambiguous issue. Instead, organizations should reflect on …

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Gen Z is Shaping A New Era of Learning


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“Nearly all agree skills today are changing faster than ever, and Gen Z is keen to learn them.”

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Want to know more about the workplace preferences of Gen Z students? Contact Employer Relations.

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Tips & Guidelines for Employers to Create a Remote Internship


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The Covid-19 situation poses challenges for companies regarding workforce management, business continuity, talent acquisition, and campus recruiting. Yale’s Office of Career Strategy is encouraged by the number of employers who have advised that, while adjustments may …

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How to Create Job Postings That Stand Out

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In a good talent market, it’s important to boost your institution’s brand and show prospective hires why they should beat a path to your door. In today’s excruciatingly tight talent market, it’s absolutely mandatory. The race for qualified applicants is …

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Career Resources

Connect with Yale Student Clubs

We encourage employers to connect with students through Yale clubs and organizations. There are more than 500 active student clubs …

Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 – Recruiting Calendar


August 31: Fall term classes begin September 9: Industry recruiting events begin September 10: Employer information sessions begin September …
Job and Internship Offer Guidelines

The following guidelines have been created to balance the needs of both students and employers.  These guidelines apply to all …


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