Beyond the Professoriate
From Canada, Jennifer Polk y Maren Wood, two of the most internationally-renowned career consultants, offer great personalized career guidance, online conferences and a large number of interesting articles.
Jobs on Toast
From UK, Jobs on Toast Chris Humphrey offers posts, workshops and guidance on transition beyond academia
Anne Krook, from Seattle (USA), helps PhD students and postdocs (including PhD in Humanities) to make a transition to non-academic jobs. You can find good articles and advise in her website.
Beyond Academia , born in the University of Berkeley (California), is run by American students and helps predocs and postdocs to open new non-academic horizons through conferences, workshops, tutorials and seminars.
PhD Career Stories
PhD Career Stories hosts very inspiring podcasts from researchers that went beyond academia.
Run by Philippe Barr, Academic EQ is a consulting firm from New York especialized in guiding PhDs betond the Ivory Tower. Good articles and practical guides.
Isaiah Hankel runs Cheeky Scientis, an international organization that offer great articles, videotutorials and infoproducts about how to transition from academia to industry. It is based in the concept of networking among their associates.
David Giltner runs Turning Science, where he guides scientists and engineers to move to the private sector. He offers great articles and videotutorials.
Beyond the Lab
From the Career Development Office in the School of Medicine in Vanderbilt (Nashville, USA), Beyond the Lab offers a series of videos and interviews to alumni that chose a large variety of professional careers.
Think Ahead is the blog of the Research Development team in the University of Sheffiled (UK). It is run by Kay Guccione and offers a large number of cases of professional transition to altac jobs.
Caminando por la Ciencia
Manolo Castellano run this radio show in the Universidad Miguel Hernández in Elche (Alicante, Spain), where he interviewed to researchers that left academia and searched for non-academic careers.