OCS expands education career resources
The Office of Career Strategy is working to publicize and make accessible the wide range of opportunities for students seeking work in education straight out of college.
Alumni offer more, better reported interviews
A redesigned alumni portal, an increased number of alumni volunteers and virtual interviewing capabilities have allowed the University to extend interviews to a greater number of prospective students this year.
OCS expands government opportunities
Having received complaints from students concerning the murky process of applying to government jobs — with their long applications and security clearances — the Office of Career Strategy is expanding its resources in this area.
For some international students, taxes bring an extra cost
International students receiving financial aid above tuition in order to cover the additional costs of attending the University are often subject to extra fees. For international students on full financial aid, this adds up to roughly $900 per semester that students are responsible for paying.
Yale woos top science students
More than 100 high school students flooded Kroon Hall over the weekend, attending master classes, learning about undergraduate research and taking a closer look at the University’s science and engineering resources.
Yale employs targeted outreach strategies
Yale is the only school in the Ivy League that did not see an overall increase in applications this year — an outcome that may have resulted from new outreach strategies targeted at specific groups of applicants.
OCS offers new job shadowing program
Over spring break, students will have the opportunity to participate in Yale Treks, a new job-shadowing program sponsored by the Office of Career Strategy.
OCS expands public service resources
After more than a third of the class of 2014 went into public service following graduation, the Office of Career Strategy has increased the number of resources available for students interested in these opportunities.
Yale slides in donation rankings
For the first time since 2005, Yale did not rank in the top 10 for annual fundraising among colleges and universities nationwide.