Networking

Studies report that up to 80% of jobs are found through referrals. As a result, learning how to network and build a strong base of professional connections is essential to a successful career search. Through networking, you can gather information about careers and hone in on options that fit with your interests, skills, and values. Networking can also uncover opportunities that are not advertised.

The OCS Peer Networking Lists

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Are you wondering where Yalies go after graduation? Perhaps you want to see what kind of summer internships are realistic for a specific class year? Interested in searching by a specific major to see what industries and job functions are …

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How to Improve Your Networking Skills in 2021

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If you’re not networking, you’re not growing your career. It’s that simple. Networking is your career lifeblood—whether you work for someone else or are an entrepreneur. You can have the best skills or concept in the world, but if you …

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A comprehensive resource for students and job seekers looking for career advice, job postings, company reviews from employees, and rankings of the best companies and industry employers.
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