These policies & guidelines apply to all employers recruiting Yale students, whether on or off-campus.
Yale’s Office of Career Strategy recommends that employers provide students four (4) weeks to decide on an offer or until the date below, whichever is later.
Employers extending full time offers as a result of a previous summer internship, and employers extending offers through the fall (including offers for summer 2021 start dates), are encouraged to provide students until November 6, 2020 to decide. We ask that employers consider reasonable requests for additional time on a case by case basis.
Public Service/Public Interest Exception: Candidates may request that an employer extend the deadline to accept an employer’s offer until as late as April 1, 2021 if the candidate is actively pursuing positions with public interest, government organizations or a national fellowship award. Candidates may hold open only one offer in such circumstances. Employers are encouraged to grant such requests.
Yale University Non-Discrimination Policy:
Yale University is committed to a policy against discrimination based upon age, color, handicap or disability, ethnic or national origin, race, religion, religious creed, gender (including discrimination taking the form of sexual harassment), marital, parental or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or the prejudice of clients. All employers using the services of the Office of Career Strategy, including interview programs and online job postings, are required to abide by this policy.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Guidelines:
Employers seeking to recruit Yale students for internships and jobs, whether through on-campus activities or independent recruiting processes, are expected to follow Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) guidelines, as indicated by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Professional Standards for University Relations and Recruiting, in addition to Yale’s guidelines outlined elsewhere on this website.