Professional Confidence

Do you worry that you are less prepared than your peers for your chosen job markets?  Or do you have too much confidence, alienating your peers and leaving you unprepared? Being able to take a realistic stock of your skills and achievements, removing negative mindsets that prevent you from moving forward productively, and taking action to improve the way you present yourself to the world are all important steps to career success.

  • Beat impostor syndrome
  • Develop a supportive network of mentors and peers
  • Recognize and build your professional skills
  • Learn how to communicate your value effectively

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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Yale 2020 3-Minute Thesis Competition Winners Announced!

There are predictable hurdles in turning a massive research project into a succinct 3 minute summary.  More so when that 3 minute summary is intended for a lay-audience, as opposed to experts in that given field!  In any other year,

By Brian Frenette
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Yale 2020 3-Minute Thesis Competition: View Finalists

There are predictable hurdles in turning a massive research project into a succinct 3 minute summary.  More so when that 3 minute summary is intended for a lay-audience, as opposed to experts in that given field!  In any other year,

By Brian Frenette
Brian Frenette Senior Associate Director Brian Frenette
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Self-Reflection and Assessment: Taking the Time to Learn about YOU

This often-neglected step shouldn’t just be something you do during a job search or career change. It’s important to check in with yourself every few years as you navigate your professional life. What motivates and energizes you in your work? …

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Feel Like A Fraud? American Psychological Association

You’re not alone. Many graduate students question whether they are prepared to do the work they do. Here’s how to overcome that feeling and recognize your strengths. Read advice from the American Psychological Association.

 

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