Careers, Life, and Yale Events

Summary of Opportunity: 

Careers in Medicine – A Candid View (4-530pm Tues, 10/10)

Want to find an alumni/ae mentor?  To explore, one-to-one, life after Yale? To find common ground while also learning from different viewpoints?  Wondering what it means to be a doctor? Or where the profession is headed? Or what medical career paths look like? Or how to separate hype from reality? Or who does well…and who doesn’t (and why or why not)? Or – if it’s time to leave – how to migrate to other fields?  On October 10, live in New York City, or at your screen, listen to and then trade notes with Yale alums and others to explore these questions and more. Learn how to start, survive, and succeed in medicine.   Limited capacity. Registration deadline October 8. 

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Creating Your Career and Life Vision (Noon-330pm Sat, 11/11)

Want to take an interactive deep-dive to understand yourself better and sync your career and life decisions? Navigate the tension between the path your parents thought you should take and the unbeaten trail to your heart? Spend Saturday afternoon, November 11th with Yale alumnus Pulin Sanghvi ’92. An alum of McKinsey, Morgan Stanley, and the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Pulin subsequently led Stanford’s and then Princeton’s career offices. (  Career and Life Vision (CLV) will give you insights about yourself and achieving a more meaningful career and life. CLV uses a conceptual foundation, introspection, and group exercises. Since launching 4 years ago, CLV has drawn thousands of Ivy League students and alumni.  Interested? Space is limited.

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Humanities in Action – Career Workshops – Sunday, November 12th (1-5pm)

Want insights from amazing alums with fascinating medical, nursing, and/or public health careers that began with Yale degrees in the humanities? Want to learn from them – in a panel format followed by small, intimate, themed workshops – in an elegant on-campus setting? With good food and a networking reception to top it off?

Register for our 4th annual Humanities in Action (HIA) workshop taking place on Sunday, November 12th (1-5pm) at Whitney Humanities Center (53 Wall St):

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The Art of Public Speaking – Skill-Based Workshop – Friday, December 1st (1-330pm)

Want public speaking pointers from a Yale Drama grad who’s also a stand-up comic, a producer, and a college public speaking professor? Join Robert Russell for his 4th visit to campus. But be prepared: he’ll also ask a few attendees to do 2-minute presentations on whatever moves them. And then everyone can make suggestions.

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Opportunity Type: 
Conference and Presentation Proposals