Non-Profit

Nonprofit organizations hire on a need basis, typically posting full-time positions one to two months prior to hiring in the spring. Gaining related experience to your career field of interest, including volunteer work during college and post-graduation year-of-service positions, will make candidates more marketable to nonprofit agencies. Only a small portion of nonprofit positions are posted to the public; many organizations inform the public through word-of-mouth and prefer to hire interns and volunteers, who already possess the skills and knowledge to do the work.

Here’s what’s happening in Ed Studies: Researcher Needed

The Cognitive Development Lab at  Wesleyan University is still recruiting Preschool Math Ambassadors for our NSF-funded  project this Spring semester! 

We are testing a research-based, play-intensive set of math materials for early childhood  settings and are recruiting undergraduate students all …

By Stephanie Glover
Stephanie Glover Senior Administrative Assistant
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Here’s what’s happening in Ed Studies: Educators Needed

3rd Grade teacher needed at Davis Street Magnet School:
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This third grade class has had a rotating band of substitute teachers this term and the parents are working with the school to try getting someone who can finish …

By Stephanie Glover
Stephanie Glover Senior Administrative Assistant
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Here’s what’s happening in Ed Studies: Teachers Needed for Freedom Schools Literacy Academy

Freedom Schools Literacy Academy is back this summer! The Center for Black Educator Development is hiring teachers and professional educators for Summer 2023 to work in Camden, Detroit, and Philadelphia. The Academy gives scholars an opportunity to boost their literacy …

By Stephanie Glover
Stephanie Glover Senior Administrative Assistant
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YC Career Outcomes

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

Helpful Tips for 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.
  • The tool will only return results with at least five responses – For small majors, choosing ‘All Years’ is more likely to yield results
  • Default results will show the most recent Class Year.
  • Uncheck the 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.
  • First Destination Summaries are based on the knowledge rate of graduate outcomes six months after graduation according to National Association of Colleges and Employers guidelines.
  • 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
86.8% of those graduating between July 1, 2021-June 30, 2022 96.9% employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation $76,359 among graduates employed in the United States. Financial Services, Education, Technology, Consulting, 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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