Job/Fellowship Resources

For advanced grad students & postdocs:

STFC Fellowship Programme

Marie Curie Fellowship(relevant? – need prior work experience in Europe)
Yale Graduate Career Services at the McDougal Center -Many valuable resources and services, including non-academic jobs.

For 1st and 2nd year graduate students:

All graduate students are encouraged to apply for the following fellowships. We have a number of research projects and outreach programs suitable for these fellowship applications. Interested students are strongly encouraged to discuss their projects and fellowship applications with Prof. Geha well in advance of the deadlines.
Fulbright Scholar Program – for those who are interested in studying or conducting research abroad
Harriet Jenkins Pre-doctoral Fellowship Program – a NASA sponsored fellowship for women, minorities, and persons with disabilities participating in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) workforce
Yale Conference Travel Fund – Conference travel support from the Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) of Yale University.
Mellon Mays Predoctoral Research Grant – travel fund and scholarships from the SSRC-Mellon Mays Graduate Initiatives Programs
NSF East Asia and Pacific Fellowship – fully paid summer program, funding research abroad for grad students in any science. Possible destinations include: Australia, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, China, Singapore, & New Zealand (8-10 weeks)

For undergraduate students:

Yale Undergraduate Career Services – for undergrads looking for jobs or graduate schools
Yale College Dean’s Research Fellowship in the Sciences – for undergrads interested in summer research at Yale.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) – NSF-funded research programs, ~ 20 programs in astronomy
ASTRON Summer Program in Radio Astronomy – International research opportunity in Netherlands
STSCI Summer Program – Summer opportunity for conducting research at Hubble’s Space Telescope’s institute

NRAO Summer Program – Summer program opportunity for conducting radio astronomy research