Career Services

The Search for a Graduate Program

Career Services Resources

Meeting with an adviser in Career Services or in your major department is the best way to start your search for a graduate or professional program. Together you can discuss your options and develop a plan for completing the application process.

Career Services offers:

  • Individual graduate school advising
  • Critiques of personal statements/application essays
  • Workshops on the graduate school application process in conjunction with Clark's Dean of Graduate Studies
  • Career Library resources including sample study guides for the GRE and LSAT, test registration booklets, publications such as the American Psychological Association's Guide to Graduate Programs in Psychology, U.S. News and World Report's America's Best Graduate Schools and several books on financing graduate education and writing your graduate admission essay.
  • Interfolio.com: an online letter of reference/credential management service which allows you to store graduate school recommendations (and other documents such as your resume/CV, writing samples and transcripts) and have them sent directly to graduate programs.

Useful Websites

Clark's Graduate Programs

Prelaw & Prehealth Advising

Researching Graduate School

Fellowships/Funding