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Eight Dimensions of Wellness at Yale
Eight Pillars of Wellness at Yale
As you move into the work force, it will be important to find personal satisfaction and enrichment from that work. While your time at YLS may be dominated more by the intellectual than the occupational, we look to help you identify professional paths that will fulfill you after leaving YLS, and gain skills that will provide you entry into that field. When the problem is having too many options, the various resources at YLS can likewise help you discover which of those many opportunities you should focus on.
What YLS Offers:
- A broad array of classes, clinics, externships, extracurriculars, and independent study programs.
- One-on-one counseling with the Career Development Office or Office of Student Affairs for career path guidance and academic planning. CDO offers specialists in various career areas that can help with almost any career goal.
- Numerous YLS publications about various career options.
- An extensive alumni network, including over 17,000 alums who have offered to discuss their career paths with current students.
- A detailed survey of career satisfaction among YLS’s graduates so that students can assess which career choices may produce the best chances of a satisfying career.
- A wide variety of career-related panels held throughout the academic year.