GSAS Compass helps doctoral and master’s students in the Arts and Sciences to identify, work toward, and achieve their post-graduation career goals. We are committed to creating an inclusive culture that fosters exploration, nurtures diverse interests, and assists in preparing GSAS students for a range of careers that are well suited to their individual skills, interests, values, and personalities. Above all, we empower students to harness their academic training in any career path they pursue.
Log into GSAS Connect to:
- Request a career advising appointment
- RSVP for workshops and events
- Explore our Resource Library
- Search for jobs and internships.
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Rachel Bernard, Director
Francesca Fanelli, Associate Director
Questions? Contact [email protected]
GSAS Connect is your online career management hub for one-on-one advising appointments, career event registration, online resources, and job and internship postings.
Get to know our experienced career advisors.
Read about our policies for one-on-one career advising sessions and what to expect in your first appointment.
Learn about services, tools, and resources that are available to GSAS master’s and doctoral students and recent alumni.
Browse a selection of resources tailored to common career paths for humanities and social science graduate students.
Browse a selection of resources tailored to common career paths for graduate students in STEM.
Visit this page for tips on how to continue your job search, even during this period of uncertainty.
GSAS Compass offers students a suite of career development workshops, networking events, and opportunities to connect with employers.
GSAS and University Resources
OADI offers a wide variety of programs and workshops that support community-building and professional development, with a focus on the unique needs of students from underrepresented groups.
Join a community of dissertators, improve your efficiency as a writer, and get dissertation writing support.
Gain experience in academic administration through this innovative fellowship program for advanced doctoral students.
Get involved in student government or a student group, connect with graduate students in other departments, and apply for funding to attend a conference or organize an event on campus.
Develop your teaching skills with CTL, which partners with faculty, students, and staff across the University to support excellence and innovation in teaching and learning.
If you are an international student, ISSO is your resource for all questions about how employment affects your visa status.
Employers and Alumni
Employers, please start here to learn more about recruiting our exceptional student and alumni talent from the Graduate School at Columbia.
GSAS alumni have lifetime access to a variety of career resources across campus.
If you are interested in recruiting students and alumni from GSAS, please review our policies and guidelines.