Support

The Jackson Institute’s Career Services Office provides events, workshops, resources, and information for Yale students interested in global affairs.

Jackson’s career services office offers support and resources to Yale students interested in global affairs.

Each year, we host more than 60 career development events on campus. Check the events list below for information on upcoming events and programs during the academic year.

Jackson also offers personalized career coaching for students. Our director of career services holds weekly office hours and one-on-one advising for any interested Yale student.

Programming:
  • Campus-wide weekly e-newsletter of events and opportunities (events also listed on the Jackson Calendar)
  • Career speaker events – professionals in the field of global affairs
  • Career skills workshops relevant to global affairs

Follow Jackson on Facebook and Twitter to hear about career events. You can also connect on the Jackson Institute LinkedIn group.

Career Exploration Resources: 

The career services office has compiled resources for several common career paths. Below are links to these resource pages, which include information on position types, application processes, and helpful advice.

 

Upcoming Career And Professional Services

October 25 @ 12:30 pm EDT
Horchow Hall 106 (Seminar Room) https://map.yale.edu/place/building/HRCH? 55 Hillhouse Avenue New Haven CT 06511, 2 Hillhouse Ave
New Haven, CT United States
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Career Conversation with Claire K. Qureshi, Office of the UN Special Envoy for Health in Agenda 2030 and for Malaria

Lunch provided. Claire Qureshi leads efforts on community health and frontline delivery for the Office of the UN Special Envoy for Health, with an emphasis on supporting African countries to design, manage, and sustainability finance community health programs. In this capacity, she engages closely with ministries of health, official donors, private investors, non-government …
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October 25 @ 5:30 pm EDT
Horchow Hall BD191 https://map.yale.edu/place/building/HRCH? 55 Hillhouse Avenue New Haven CT 06511, 2 Hillhouse Ave
New Haven, CT United States
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Career Conversation with Michael Lwin, Koe Koe Tech

Michael is the son of two doctors who moved to the United States from Myanmar in the 1970s. When U.S. sanctions for Myanmar were suspended in 2012, he left his corporate law job and came to Myanmar to form Koe Koe Tech with his cousin, Dr. Yar Zar Minn Htoo, a Myanmar …
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October 26 @ 12:30 pm EDT
Horchow Hall BD191 https://map.yale.edu/place/building/HRCH? 55 Hillhouse Avenue New Haven CT 06511, 2 Hillhouse Ave
New Haven, CT United States
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Myers Briggs Workshop

The Myers Briggs can help you learn how you and others perceive the world and make decisions. This fun and interactive session will help you learn more about yourself and your interactions with those around you. Participants must take the assessment before the workshop, instructions will be emailed to those …
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