Recruiting Focus & Timelines
Students in the Master’s in Global Business & Society have an early career recruiting path in the US, unique to their program. Internationally, recruiting paths are in line with MIM programs. Given these complexities, GBS students should be well-versed in their unique value proposition when speaking with recruiters and hiring managers, and we recommend you stay in close touch with the Career Development Office through programming and one-on-one coaching appointments.
GBS Student Resources
Office of International Students & Scholars – all visa and work authorization questions should be directed to this office.
MyVisaJobs.com – an external database resource with information on which employers have a history of providing sponsorship.
Yale Professional Communication Center – particularly recommended for students who have not lived or worked in an English-speaking country previously.
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December & January Commonly Used Resources
December & January FAQ’s
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