This 6-week course will guide you through nationally recognized and evidence-based career exploration curricula. It is intended for DBBS Ph.D. students and bioscience postdocs who want to jump-start career planning and professional skills needed for a broad range of scientific careers. Topics include self-assessment, career exploration, and goal-setting for long-term success. You will work on a team to research the scientific career path of your choice. Each team will study the specific required knowledge, skills, and attributes of their career interest or employment sector. As part of this research project, you will complete a simulated job exercise and network with alumni or local leaders in your chosen field, gaining valuable real-world insights and creating essential professional connections. Meets October 21, 2019-December 2, 2019. Same as U29 Bio 4867.
Section 01Career Planning for Biological Scientists
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