Across Yale, career services offices and other programs offer the resources to help you research positions, develop strong applications, and network.
Yale’s Office of Career Strategy
As students of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Jackson M.A. students have full access to graduate student programs and resources provided by the Office of Career Strategy. Students are encouraged to become familiar with the Symplicity system to apply for jobs and sign up for career events on campus.
Yale Library Career Databases
Access databases through the Yale Library for more information on careers, internships, networking, and other details.
Undergraduate and Graduate Career Services
Undergraduates and GSAS students can find resources and job information through the Office of Career Strategy.
Professional School Students
Professional students should take full advantage of their school’s career resources. Check your school’s website for more information.
Yale Career Network
Yale students and alumni can access a database of alumni who have offered to be resources. Search the database by profession, region, or organization to find alumni who are willing to be resources for you. Once you are an alumnus/a, please register in the system!
Yale Greenberg World Fellows
World Fellows are leaders in their professions who come to campus each fall semester to serve as resources for students and to take courses. Visit their website to learn about this year’s fellows and to find out about events where you can meet the fellows.
Interested in a particular region of the world? Check out area studies at Yale’s MacMillan Center and join the list serves of those regions that interest you. MacMillan provides a great way to get in touch with faculty and students with similar interests and to learn about events and networking opportunities.