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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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The Fine Art Fund Group

The Fine Art Group was founded by Philip Hoffman in 2001 as a new endeavor to help clients approach the art market with a view to investing as well as collecting. They combine art and finance experts who work together to place The Group at the center of the art market. The Fine Art Group has grown from operating one long-term investment fund to advising eight subsequent funds, offering to private collectors expert art advice, collection management and art financing.

The GI Bill Web Site

If you would like to learn more about the GI Bill or if you have specific questions about your benefits, please visit the official source of information about the GI Bill at

The Greenlining Institute Leadership Academy

Thriving communities of color urgently need a generation of young people who are informed and engaged in addressing the most critical issues facing their communities. The Greenlining Academy works to empower and develop the next generation of multi-ethnic leaders to advance racial and economic equity and create positive social change. We seek to develop a network of visionary leaders ready to work across racial and ethnic lines to address America’s most pressing problems and develop sustainable solutions rooted in equity and justice.

The Greenlining Institute Leadership Academy: Fellows Program

As part of Greenlining's overall mission to impact state and national policy and secure community reinvestment on behalf of low-income and communities of color, the Greenlining Academy works to develop the next generation of multi-ethnic leaders and informed community members through its leadership training programs. The Fellowship program is a year-long training program for young leaders that have completed, at minimum, their undergraduate degrees by the start of the program.

The Institute for Healthcare Improvement

The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), an independent not-for-profit organization based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is a leading innovator, convener, partner, and driver of results in health and health care improvement worldwide. At our core, we believe everyone should get the best care and health possible. This passionate belief fuels our mission to improve health and health care.

The Jon R. Tuttle Journalism and Production Minority Internship

Jon R. Tuttle was one of Oregon's most respected broadcast journalists, who passed away in 1991. In honor of his memory OPB established the Jon R. Tuttle Minority Internship in 1994 to encourage future generations of compassionate broadcasters and journalists. The internship will enable an outstanding student to spend the summer studying the field, full-time, in a hands-on environment.

The Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC)

LANIC's mission is to facilitate access to Internet-based information to, from, or on Latin America. Our target audience includes people living in Latin America, as well as those around the world who have an interest in this region. While many of our resources are designed to facilitate research and academic endeavors, our site has also become an important gateway to Latin America for primary and secondary school teachers and students, private and public sector professionals, and just about anyone looking for information about this important region.

The Mind Trust: Education Entrepreneur Fellowship

The Mind Trust actively engages the communities & neighborhoods we serve to create buy-in for the schools we launch, as well as for broader efforts to reshape education. We also support and conduct research on critical issues and advance bold policy initiatives to create a landscape that fosters the growth of quality schools.

The New York Institute for Special Education

NYISE is a private, nonprofit, nonsectarian educational facility which provides quality programs for children who are blind or visually disabled, emotionally and learning disabled and preschoolers who are developmentally delayed.

The New York Teaching Fellows

For individuals looking to embark on a career in education but do not have an education degree, the New York Teaching Fellows program offers a high-quality teacher training program to begin a post-graduation education and career with hands-on training and experience. Fellows are trained during the summer, and most Fellows find employment in the New York Public School system in the following year.

The Riley Guide

These are resources specifically set up to meet the needs or address the interests of various groups, such as women, persons of varied nationalities or ethnic backgrounds, and so on. The Riley Guide also provides pages of resources and information specifically intended for military personnel, ex-offenders and former felons, and disabled individuals.

The Riley Guide to Veteran Job Search

These are resources specifically set up to meet the needs or address the interests of current and separated military personnel and their families. You're certainly not limited to these resources, but they may have ideas or topics which speak directly to you. You may also want to review the many resources listed on The Riley Guide's page on Government and Defense, especially the Go-Defense site under US Department of Defense. Quite a few contractors - as well as your own government - are very interested in hiring veterans, which means you'll get priority in consideration for jobs with Uncle Sam. We also have information on the U.S. Armed Forces, including Military Music Organizations. It's also worth your while to check out, a portal designed to provide improved, personalized access to government assistance programs. You don't need to enter any personal information to access this site, but you can search for various federal, state and local programs that you might approach for assistance. There's a category specifically for veterans, but you can also review other possible sources for aid. And for lots more resources designed to help veterans and their families, read on.