The Career Development Office (CDO) supports F&ES students in developing careers as environmental leaders. Our expectation is to meet with all students during the fall semester to develop individual career action plans.
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TT Map provides up-to-date information and quick links to think tanks globally, with the aim to "provide a complete overview of every active think tank in the field of climate change economics and policy."
Find a Job or Internship
Our Global eRecruiting Outreach (GeO) is a searchable database with job and internship listings in a wide variety of environmental fields, comprised mainly of opportunities specifically targeting F&ES.
The official LinkedIn group for current students, graduates, faculty, and staff of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES). Environmental Studies majors from Yale College may also join. Learn more about setting up and using your LinkedIn account in this video.
Yale Career Network
The Yale Career Network (YaleCN) is a database of alumni who are interested in networking with you.
Practice Interviewing with OptimalResume's Interview Practice Technology
OptimalResume, the award-winning web-based resume builder, is not just for resumes. Log-in or create an account to use the interview practice module. All masters students are eligible to create an account to participate in the resume book and for personal use.
Vault's Career Insider: Career e-books, internship database, discussion boards, and articles about companies, careers and industries.
Going Global: 10,000+ pages of constantly-updated content on job search sources, employment trends, salaries and more.
Hoover's Company Records: Profiles 40,000 companies, 600 industries, and 225,000 key executives.
The Leadership Library: Personnel contact database of institutional leadership of the United States, with information on more than 400,000 individuals leading U.S. government, business, professional, and nonprofit organizations.
CDO is open to F&ES master's and doctoral students and alumni. Students' spouses and significant others may seek assistance in local job searches. Other Yale students interested in environmental careers must seek a referral from their “home” career office.