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Planning for a Successful STEM Career

Planning for a Successful STEM Career

Thursday, November 2, 2017

The New York Academy of Sciences, 7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich St Fl 40, New York

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Join Science Alliance and the American Chemical Society (ACS) for a two-hour interactive career planning workshop geared towards graduate students and postdocs. Workshop participants will learn about the four critical pieces of career development, how they relate to their individual situation, and finding their career “sweet spot”.  Participants will be introduced to the Individual Development Plan (IDP) concept and how IDPs can help set clear goals toward a desired career path. As an example for online IDPs, the ACS tool ChemIDPTM will be introduced.

Registration

Member
$15
Nonmember
$40
Nonmember Student, Undergrad, Grad, Fellow
$35
Member Student, Post-Doc, Fellow
$10

Speakers

Corrie Kuniyoshi, PhD, American Chemical Society
Corrie Kuniyoshi, PhD, American Chemical Society
Joerg Schlatterer, PhD, American Chemical Society
Joerg Schlatterer, PhD, American Chemical Society

Thursday

November 02, 2017

6:00 PM

Welcome Remarks

6:20 PM

Planning for a Successful Career

7:00 PM

Refreshments

7:15 PM

Part II Planning for a Successful Career

8:00 PM

Event closes

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  • Columbia University

  • CUNY-City College

  • National Science Foundation NSF

  • New York University

  • Rutgers Graduate School - Newark

  • The Albert Einstein College of Medicine

  • The CUNY Graduate Center