The Graduate School-New Brunswick, and other organizations at Rutgers, provide a wealth of professional development workshops, courses, and resources to supplement graduate student's and postdoc's academic, scholarly endeavors while at Rutgers.  More information about each of the following can be found on their respective websites.

Teaching Assistant Project (TAP)
A multitiered initiative to promote excellence in undergraduate and graduate education at Rutgers–New Brunswick, through the professional development of the graduate student teaching staff.

Advancing Graduate Education at Rutgers (Project AGER)
Project AGER is a National Science Foundation initiative based at the Graduate School–New Brunswick, and funded by an Innovation through Institutional Integration grant.  Project AGER organizes professional development and career workshops for graduate students.

The resource center for graduate student external support. Information on how to apply for external merit-based grants and fellowships as a graduate student.

Rutgers Graduate Student Blog
This blog aims to foster a sense of community among the many graduate programs and schools, as well as to give prospective students, and the broader community, a sense of graduate school life at Rutgers.

PreDoctoral Leadership Development Institute (PLDI)
Traditional discipline-based doctoral education is devoted to preparing students for careers in scholarship and teaching, however, a critical need exists for individuals who also understand the structure and dynamics of colleges and universities, know the challenges these institutions face, and possess the interpersonal and organizational knowledge to provide effective and ethical leadership in addressing the critical issues confronting higher education.

Career Services
Career Services provides resources and workshops to enable you to pursue a meaningful career following completion of your graduate program.