Let Your Experience Lead the Way

Master’s students are encouraged to use the time at Yale to develop academically and professionally, and leverage Yale’s resources to refine your skills through extracurricular and professional experiences. This versatility will empower you to take that next step forward and the Office of Career Strategy is here to help.

Career advisors are available to discuss career planning, resume/cover letter preparation, mock interviews, networking, and more. Our Yale platforms lists thousands of positions each year and the Cross Campus community invites you to connect with Yale alumni for purposeful connections.

For advice and resources specific to your fields of interest, please visit and sign up updates from our our Career CommunitiesAffinity/Identity Communities, and Applying to Graduate School Communities.

Webinar – All the World’s a Stage: An Improvisational Approach to Building a Post-Doctoral Career

From VersatilePhD:

How do you turn a post-MFA in Acting and an Ed.D into a 15-year career in medical education and a Principal consultant in an education consulting firm? Dr. Ryan Palmer shares lessons learned through his own career development …

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Navigating First-Gen Career Pressures

By Helen Pho. Originally posted on Inside Higher Ed

When I first told my parents I was leaving my job as an admissions officer to begin a doctoral program in history after just graduating from college a few years before, …

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Professional Development Workshops with the Yale Graduate Consulting Club

OCS and the Yale Graduate Student Consulting Club (YGCC) are co-hosting a Resume and Networking Workshop for graduate students and postdocs on Wednesday (2/24) 4-6pm. In this dedicated 2-hour workshop, we will cover essential skills of building and writing strong …

By Brian Frenette
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Professional Communication Skills on Display at RITM Research Symposium

The Yale Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity, and Transnational Migration fosters intellectual exchanges that cross institutional, disciplinary, and geographic borders; enrich and challenge academic fields; and foreground underrepresented perspectives.   In 2019, recipients of RITM Research and Conference Travel …

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Brian Frenette Senior Associate Director
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Student Employment Opportunities at the Yale Center for Business and the Environment

The Yale Center for Business and the Environment offers a variety of opportunities for students to gain professional experience working in teams on real-world problems, either through participation in the center’s programs or through student employment opportunities. While some positions …

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