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Student Organizations

Below are a number of student organizations that offer career exploration opportunities to Yale graduate students. Many of these groups are led by BBS students.
The YGCC is a very popular club for BBS students and offers opportunities to gain real-world consulting experience to prepare graduates for careers in management consulting in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries.
The Yale Biotech Club helps students bridge the gap between academia and the biotechnology sector. The group hosts career fairs, job treks, seminar series, and other initiatives to prepare students for future careers in the life sciences.
The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine is a quarterly journal reviewed and edited by Yale biomedical faculty and students. The journal aims to showcase outstanding research articles from all areas of biology and medicine, to publish significant case reviews, and to provide both perspectives on personal experiences in medicine and reviews of the current state of biology and medicine.
The Yale Science Diplomats are a campus group devoted to educating the public about science issues that affect them and encouraging scientists to become engaged in the political process . Motivated by the enormous impact science and technology policy decisions will have on our future and the conviction that, as scientists, we have a valuable voice that is rarely heard, our group is actively working to address and educate the public on diverse topics ranging from climate change to healthcare.

YSBS is dedicated to promoting professional development in the areas of business, leadership and management within the Yale community. Our mission is to educate and foster leadership and entrepreneurial ideas by providing educational resources, and organizing networking and career development events. 

WISAY links students with postdoctoral scholars and faculty from all science disciplines at Yale to foster career development among female scientists and to establish networks with renowned women scientists.