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February and March Workshops for Career Advisory Council

Author: Teresa Evans, PhD | Category: Career Development | February 02, 2015

The Office of Career Development in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences has formed a Career Advisory Council.

This Council is comprised of San Antonio leaders whose experience and wisdom provide unique insights into a multitude of possible career paths. The goal of the Council is to: 

• Expand the professional development and career preparedness of trainees; 

• Develop strategic ties with the San Antonio biomedical community to positively influence career opportunities for trainees;

• Provide valuable learning and networking experiences for trainees that enhance knowledge, skills, self awareness, leadership, and marketability through workshops and meetings.

You can find information about the council members and their areas of expertise here.

The Office of Career Development is excited to announce the launch of the Career Advisory Council Workshop series. These workshops will provide a unique opportunity for trainees to discuss, with council members, topics such as how to maximize your expertise as a scientific professional in your chosen field. 

The first workshop is scheduled for February 9th, 5-6:30pm, AAB 114/116, and will focus on careers in Industry and Start-Up Companies. If you wish to attend, please RSVP here.

Our second workshop will focus on careers at teaching institutions and is scheduled for March 16th, 5-6:30pm, AAB 114/116. If you wish to attend, please RSVP for this workshop here.

The Career Advisory Council program is sure to be an innovative addition to your training and we hope that you will take advantage of these unique opportunities to network with leaders in their career fields. For more information please contact the Office of Career Development Director, Dr. Teresa Evans.

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