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THE DAVID ROCKEFELLER GRADUATE PROGRAM

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I'm in a very particular field, and though there is an incredible diversity of people and fields at Rockefeller, you never feel like you're lost in a crowd. There are many opportunities to get to know people in other fields and not only learn from them but even contribute to their work in return. The collaborative spirit is alive and well here."

Career & Professional Development

Rockefeller is committed to helping its graduate students and postdoctoral fellows pursue productive and rewarding careers that take full advantage of their Ph.D. training. The university’s Director of Career and Professional Development collaborates with the Office of Graduate Studies, the Student Representative Committee, the Postdoctoral Association, and WISeR to lead the design, implementation and evaluation of programs and services for professional development beyond the research laboratory. In keeping with Rockefeller’s philosophy of close mentorship, students and postdocs are able to customize their career development plans through individual career counseling and ongoing participation in workshops, seminars, and networking events designed to identify and prepare for a widening variety of career paths. While the majority of Rockefeller's graduates go on to careers in research or teaching, others are drawn to the pharmaceutical and technology industries, science communication fields, and businesses or nonprofit organizations.

Contact

Members of the Rockefeller community may arrange individual meetings for scientific career development advising, including job search strategies, CV/resumé review, and job talk preparations. Please email Andrea Morris (andrea.morris@rockefeller.edu), Director of Career and Professional Development, to make an appointment or inquire about an event.

Rockefeller is committed to helping its graduate students and postdoctoral fellows pursue productive and rewarding careers that take full advantage of their Ph.D. training. The university’s Dire