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There are many online resources that Yale students and graduates can use in their job searches. This searchable database includes resources that OCS staff, Yale students, and Yale alumni have found particularly useful. Individual employer sites are not included, rather this database includes sites with job listings, employer directories, career advice, and links to other useful resources.

Please note that these external sites are neither created nor maintained by Yale’s Office of Career Strategy; therefore, we are not responsible for the content presented therein. Sites are reviewed on an annual basis for relevancy, ease of use, and utility for Yale students and graduates. If you have any comments about the sites, or would like to recommend a new site to include, please contact us.

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March of Dimes

The March of Dimes offers internship opportunities for college students and recent graduates in our National Office in White Plain, NY, our Office of Government Affairs in Washington, DC, and select regional offices. Internship are based on the March of Dimes needs and are assigned to candidates with the appropriate skills and interests.


Martindale-Hubbell offers solutions for both professional and consumer markets. Their online destinations contain profiles for over one million lawyers and firms in the United States, Canada and 160 other countries, serving as a fundamental legal resource and marketing tool.


Masa Israel journey offers a range of Jewish Studies programs designed to deepen your connection to our traditions and to the Jewish people. Programs range from rigorous interdisciplinary studies of the Jewish people and civilization at some of the world’s top universities to Torah instruction and study at Israel’s leading yeshivas and seminaries. Delve into the history of the Jewish people, explore your own Jewish identity, gain familiarity with a wide variety of Jewish texts or study to become a Jewish communal professional.

Massachusetts Promise Fellowship Program

This program is a part of Americorps that places Fellows who commit to a year of service at non-profit organizations, schools, and city agencies across Massachusetts to create, lead, and manage youth development projects.

MATCH Corps Urban Education/Teaching Fellowship

This is an 11 month (August through June) residential fellowship program. It pairs Corps members with 6-7 MATCH High or Middle School students. Corps members run small group or 1-on-1 tutorials every day, run extra-curriculars, coach sports, and serve as a Teaching Assistant to one of our classroom teachers or as an Administrative Assistant in each of the school departments.

Math for America

The mission of Math for America is to improve mathematics and science education in US public secondary schools by building a corps of outstanding STEM teachers and leaders. Our goal is to support those outstanding STEM teachers already in the classroom and to increase the number of mathematically talented individuals entering teaching. The Math for America Fellowship is for individuals with a degree, substantial mathematics coursework, and provides for a scholarship for a Master’s or teacher certification program, as well as teacher training.

Medical Billing and Coding

MB&CC is your source for vital information on medical billing and coding. We know that the medical billing and coding field can seem complicated and intimidating, but it doesn't have to be. The videos and downloadable materials you'll find on MB&CC will help you learn the basics of medical billing and coding at your own pace, and they'll prepare you for whatever formal training you pursue.

MENC (National Association for Music Education)

National Association for Music Education (NAfME), among the world’s largest arts education organizations, is the only association that addresses all aspects of music education. NAfME advocates at the local, state, and national levels; provides resources for teachers, parents, and administrators; hosts professional development events; and offers a variety of opportunities for students and teachers. The Association orchestrates success for millions of students nationwide and has supported music educators at all teaching levels for more than a century.

MENC Career Center

Every year the National Association for Music Education sponsors a conference for thousands of music educators, future music educators, students, and performers to gain in-depth practical knowledge through hundreds of professional development sessions. The music education community is Stronger Together. This is one of the most exciting times in music education history and there is no greater time to band together, learn from each other, and bring new innovative techniques to your classroom from across the country. Music helps shape the way our students understand themselves and the world around them, and allows for a deeper engagement with learning.

Mentor Net

Pairs communicate 15-20 minutes weekly during MentorNet's four-month mentoring cycle in which 16 prompts are presented for discussion. Following a cycle, protégés may invite their current mentor or a new one to begin a new mentorship. As the protégé advances, MentorNet provides prompts relevant to their current educational level and personal interests.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Met presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The Museum lives in three iconic sites in New York City—The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer, and The Met Cloisters. Millions of people also take part in The Met experience online.

Mickey Leland International Hunger Fellows Program

The Mickey Leland International Hunger Fellowship is a unique leadership development opportunity for experienced, motivated individuals seeking to make a difference in the struggle to eliminate hunger and poverty worldwide. This two-year program begins with a one-year field placement in countries throughout Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Fellows are assigned to national and international non-governmental organizations, private sector entities, and bi-lateral and multi-lateral organizations. Fellows spend their second year in a policy environment, usually at the headquarters of the organizations where they served during their field placements.