Interested in joining a Humanities and Social Sciences Peer Professionalization Group (PPG) with Yale Peers? This initiative is a self-directed peer mentoring program, which pairs small groups of Yale and Harvard graduate students from related fields who are interested in actively developing their professional and career plans. Taking place over the course of the fall semester, PPGs provides graduate students with the opportunity to accelerate work on career preparation in bi-monthly group meetings with the support of OCS in order to get to know your skills, interests, and values, identify career interests and goals, and produce job market materials, such as a resume and informational interviewing email templates. Most of all, you will work with like-minded peers and gain the confidence to embark on networking and career exploration plans! Interested in learning more? Join us for this 30-minute Information Session on Monday, September 14 at 7:00pm ET. This program is co-sponsored by the Office of Career Services and the Harvard GSAS Women in Social Sciences and Humanities (HGWISSH) graduate student group.
If you are a current GSAS student in the Humanities & Social Sciences interested in this program, but you cannot attend the information session, you may still sign up for the program. You will be contacted by a program administrator.