For Students and Alumni
Where Should I Begin My Postdoc Search?
Know the postdoctoral requirements from the state that you wish to become licensed. Visit the
Career Services page on the William James website for details.
CareerLink, William James College's online local and national job posting board; new opportunities are posted weekly.
- Did you see a job that interests you but it's not a postdoc? Contact that organization and ask if a post-doctoral position is possible. Some agencies will be eager to train a post-doc with the expectation that they may move into a staff position; there's no harm in asking!
- Search the
- For a
detailed list of postdoctoral sites with contact information in New England, please visits the Career Services section of
- This is a William James College generated list updated on a yearly basis.
- There are many different resources available that will assist you in your search for a postdoc. Read about them in this
article on the APA website.
Frequently asked questions about the postdoc experience
Strategies for creating your own postdoc
Memo to students from the Director of Alumni Relations
How Should I Prepare for the Application and Interview Process?
Update your curriculum vitae/resume and cover letter. Ask your advisor and/or a professor with whom you have a close
relationship to review your resume and cover letter.
Practice interviewing using
career advice from Monster.com. Meet with your advisor and/or a colleague to role play and sharpen your interview focus.
Join LinkedIn to build your professional Network! Read why you should join here:
The Value of LinkedIn.
- Students from all programs are welcome to
discuss career options with Dr. Alan Beck, Director of Alumni Relations. Please contact him at
email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
For more information, please contact Julie Polson at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 617-327-6777 x1533.