Each year UCS hosts over one hundred programs and workshops throughout the year. Through these programs students learn about careers and graduate programs, interact with professionals, and build basic career skills. UCS offers a variety of workshops and career panels to support students with their career development. These programs focus on equipping students with job/internship search strategies and resources; creating and organizing application materials for graduate school, internships and jobs, and preparing students for the workforce.
In addition, UCS works with employers to coordinate information sessions to enable students to learn more about the nature of the work and potential career opportunities. The information sessions usually take place at the beginning of each semester and are held across campus. Students who choose to attend have the opportunity to learn about the organization as well as network with representatives.
Event dates and times are available on our Events Calendar.
Yale in Washington, Yale in New York, and Yale in San Francisco, provide unique opportunities and communities for Yale students living in these three cities during the summer. Each program offers career, cultural, political and social events for students and young alumni interning and working in these metropolitan areas. These events are not limited to but include: panels on careers in a number of industries, conversations with renowned individuals from around the world, trips to shows, museums, concerts, potluck picnics, charity events, and socials. All three programs are managed by a student director under the leadership of UCS and are cosponsored by the Office of the President and Yale College Dean’s Office.
Sign ups to receive information about Yale events in Washington, New York and San Francisco will be available in the Spring of 2014 through the Yale UCS Symplicity System.
Legal notice: There will be alcohol at some Yale summer events. For those under 21 who attend events open to all ages where alcohol is served, such as happy hours and barbeques, you are reminded that the law forbids anyone under 21 from consuming alcohol. Students in attendance at these events acknowledge that Yale University is not responsible for, and will be held harmless against, any injury, loss, or other damage arising from or related in any manner to a student who does not abide by this law.