Resource Directory

The OACD Resource Directory contains a list of websites, organizations, and resources on a variety of topics related to your career development and success. You can refine the results by using any combination of the search options below including keyword, category, and audience.

Career Exploration, Career Specific Development
Postdocs, Grad & Med Students, Administrators

Versatile PhD is an online resource designed to help humanities, social science and STEM PhDs identify, prepare for, and succeed in non-academic careers. 

Pittsburgh Information
Faculty, Postdocs, Residents & Clinical Fellows, Grad & Med Students, Administrators

A website full of fun and surprises whether you're brand new to town or a long-time local resident.

Employment Postings, Professional Development
Faculty, Postdocs, Residents & Clinical Fellows, Grad & Med Students, Administrators

Women in Higher Education's goal is to provide women on campus with practical ideas and insights to be more effective in their careers and lives. This resource offers a chance to connect with prospective employers as well as a multitude of educational articles. The organization seeks to enlighten, encourage, empower and enrage women on campus, as well as to win the acceptance of women in higher education and our larger culture.

Career Specific Development, Professional Development
Faculty, Residents & Clinical Fellows, Grad & Med Students, Administrators

The AAMC leads and serves the academic medicine community to improve the health of people everywhere. They are dedicated to advancing medical education to meet society’s evolving needs; making patient care safer, more affordable, and more equitable; and sustaining the discovery of scientific advances.

Career Specific Development, Employment Postings
Faculty, Postdocs, Grad & Med Students

The Association for Women in Science (AWIS) is a global network that inspires bold leadership, research, and solutions that advance women in STEM, spark innovation, promote organizational success and drive systemic change.