Graduate Students & PH.D.s


Graduate Students and Ph.D.s
http://career.berkeley.edu/Phds/Phds.stm
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
http://www.nagps.org/
Click on “Benefits & Resources” for career advice and a job bank.

Reinvisioning the Ph.D.
http://www.grad.washington.edu/envision/
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.

Sell Out
http://www.ironstring.com/sellout/
Great information about finding work outside of academia.

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
http://woodrow.org/fellowships/
Research 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 research/dissertation expenses..

USC - Websites for the College of Education
http://career.sa.sc.edu/education.html
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.