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The Office of Career Services provides services and resources to meet the specific needs of GSAS students and alumni who are following both academic and nonacademic career pathways.

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Careers Articles


September Events at the Office of Career Services

Posted Thursday, 28 August 2014

The Office of Career Services (OCS) offers many services and resources to help you explore and pursue your career interests, whether in academia or beyond.


Spring Career Events

Posted Tuesday, 06 May 2014

Upcoming programs from the Office of Career Services


Job Talk

Posted Friday, 28 February 2014

In March, advice for scientists and humanists seeking paths within and outside of the academy


Career Series for Life Scientists

Posted Thursday, 30 January 2014

A Spring 2014 series of workshops to help scientists position themselves for a career within and outside of academia. 


Career Events in February

Posted Monday, 27 January 2014

CVs for scientists, and job search advice for the non-academic seekers


Lessons Learned from “Becoming Faculty” Series

Posted Thursday, 09 January 2014

Key takeaways from fall academic-job series include the need to communicate broadly


Careers in Science Policy and Outreach

Posted Monday, 02 December 2013

Two upcoming events will inspire ideas and new connections.


Solving the Mysteries of the Search Committee

Posted Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Hear what search committees are looking for! October 29, 4:30 p.m., Dudley House


October Career Workshops

Posted Thursday, 12 September 2013

Big data, nonacademic pathways, and preparing for the campus interview!


The Career-Minded Grad Student

Posted Tuesday, 20 August 2013

For entering and second-year students, it’s not too early to think about professional development

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