Graduate Students and Ph.D.s
The Career Center at the University of California, Berkeley has put together
this fantastic web site for Graduate Students and Ph.D.s. Everything
from job search advice (how to write a cv, cover letter, assemble a teaching
portfolio, etc.) to profiles of what others have done with their degrees.
Keep in mind that the services mentioned are specific to the University
of California, Berkeley.
* National Association of Graduate-Professional Students
Click on “Benefits & Resources” for career advice and a job bank.
Reinvisioning the Ph.D.
Point your cursor to Ph.D. Resources and you will see topics such as Obtaining a Ph.D.,
Obtaining Employment, What do Employers Want in a Ph.D.?, and Ph.D. vignettes. You will find
other parts of the site to be helpful as well.
Great information about finding work outside of academia.
Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
fellowships for both undergraduate and graduate students at all levels in
the areas of teaching, foreign service, conservation, gender studies,
religion/ethics, etc. Available funding may be applied in the form
of salary for a career training program or may be used toward
USC - Websites for the College of Education
From another section of the University of South Carolina Career Center webpage. This page will
link you to numerous sites pertaining to education-related opportunities.