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.

AR/VR engineers replace blockchain programmers as hottest commodity

“Augmented reality and virtual reality jobs are hot, with demand surging 1,400% in 2019, according to a new State of Software Engineers report by job site Hired. This means that AR/VR knowledge is the hot new thing, supplanting blockchain engineers, who …

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SELECTING: What to know about Architecture Programs

“So, you wish to become an architect – Congratulations! But what is the process – Just recently, we outlined the three major steps, namely 1) education, 2) experience, and 3) examination. You are encouraged to review these steps as we start our …

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Poets & Writers: Writing Contests, Grants & Awards Database

The Writing Contests, Grants & Awards database includes details about the creative writing contests—including poetry contests, short story competitions, essay contests, awards for novels, and more—that have been published in Poets & Writers Magazine during the past year. The practices …

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Coding vs Programming: The Crucial Differences

If you’ve spent time around the development world, you’ve likely heard the terms coding and programming used interchangeably. In most people’s minds, coders and programmers are the same thing and bring to mind a person using a language only computers …

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GUMI Mentor Database is Live!

The Graduate-Undergraduate Mentorship Initiative (GUMI) Mentor Database is now live! There are over 150 (and counting!) listings of knowledgeable postdocs, graduate, and professional students from every school and department at Yale, eager to provide their experience, wisdom, and advice to …

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