Student Veterans

Yale’s Office of Career Strategy is dedicated to supporting Student Veterans as they pursue career opportunities that align with their professional goals. With specialized resources and advice, OCS advisors can guide Student Veterans through the process of securing positions, including the career exploration process, material reviews, and assisting in searching and applying for internships, jobs, and graduate school.

Some employers may offer diversity recruitment programs aimed to address historical gaps in the workforce, and students are encouraged to research those programs to learn more.

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Making Connections

The Yale Veterans Network is the key Yale campus resource for Student Veterans. It shares its vision and mission which are to make Yale University the employer of choice for veterans, reservists, and members of the National Guard, and to create a Yale community of veterans, veteran leaders and allies who support and encourage their recruitment, career development, growth and retention.

“True to Her Traditions” is the motto of the Yale Veterans Association (YVA). Established as a shared interest group with the support of the Association of Yale Alumni, YVA is a non-partisan, non-political organization comprised of members of the Yale community who have served or are currently serving in the armed forces of the United States or its allies and their supporters.

The Yale School of Management Veterans Club is dedicated to empowering current United States Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and international military members. The Yale SOM Veterans Club has a rich history of current members and alumni contributing meaningfully within the public, private, nonprofit, and government sectors.

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Career Strategy Worksheets

OCS has many online resources, but if you’d like to put pen  🖊 to paper 📄 , we also have printable worksheets that cover the major elements of the job/internship search process. Use these worksheets in preparation for an advising appointment, or simply on your own.

💵Funding sources to fit your area of interest!

ServiceCorps Fellowship offers leadership development training and living stipends that cover 100% of student loan payments.

Harvard Kennedy School: The Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs offers research fellowships during the academic year in the fields of science and international affairs.

The Tillman Scholars Program unites and empowers remarkable military veterans and spouses as the next generation of private and public sector leaders.

Veterans in Global Leadership is a one-year fellowship program that seeks to identify and guide talented, diverse and high-achieving student veterans wishing to continue their public service by becoming foreign policy leaders.

Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is a program that enables selected officers to broaden their understanding of international relations by spending a year at CFR’s headquarters in New York.

Summer Housing Resources – U.S. and International

The following tips and list of housing resources by City are compiled annually based on referrals from Yale students and alums.

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Yale Launchpad Scholars 2024-2025

First round applications due May 1, 2024.

The Yale Law School Launchpad Scholars Program is focused on increasing opportunity and equity in education and the legal profession. With rising law school application costs and other barriers limiting access to the …

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Maximizing Your Network for Job Opportunities

In today’s job market, making connections matters—a lot! Have you ever wondered why some people seem to land great job opportunities effortlessly? It’s often because of their network.

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Job Search Resources

Service to School (S2S) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides free college and grad school application counseling to military veterans …

This course provides military veterans with a useful roadmap to transition more smoothly from military service to a new and …

Military Skills Translator

Match Your Military Experience to Civilian Jobs

FourBlock bridges the divide between transitioning veterans and the business community

We are a nation-wide community of veterans and employers …

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