The Bio Careers® Virtual Summit scheduled on October 3rd and 4th provides graduate students, postdocs, and alumni an opportunity to learn about companies that are hiring and also gain insight from the presenters about job search tips and career strategy. The summit provides an opportunity for jobseekers to interact with hiring professionals and express interest in roles. As a recruiter, I like to see the following when a candidate talks with me about a role: Self-awareness for your career choice:
We’re very excited about the upcoming Virtual Job Summit, and all of the events and recruiting that’s going to happen. Already, 400 of you talented scientists have signed up for the Event, and there are still 2 weeks to go. We’ve got a great slate of employers, and are building virtual booths for still more.
The Virtual Job Summit is a great deal for Employers. Here are the top 10 reasons you should contact us about a booth:1. You can attend 35 career fairs at once! With the event open to all of our 35 Members, you can recruit from all of these top training centers at the same time. Very efficient.
I haven’t yet pointed out a specific article on the site for special attention. We publish so many strong articles of interest that I’ve thought it best that you explore in your areas of interest.However, Lauren Celano recently wrote an article entitled Building Your Online Presence that I thought was not only well written, but really important for today’s job searchers.
I'm really excited to be part of the Bio Careers blogosphere and am looking forward to interacting with you all. I'm a molecular immunologist by training and came up through the well-worn academic path-- Biochemistry/Physiology undergrad program (McGill University) followed by PhD program in immunology at University of Connecticut that led to a post-doc at the NIH in the Laboratory of Immunology, NIAID. My career path sort of happened to me rather than me guiding it. Through some good networking and a little bit of good science, luck and publications, I was offered a PI po
Not too long ago my neighborhood had a street festival, the kind that’s celebrated with a community parade, a Ferris wheel, and 26 dedicated street blocks for booths. One of those booths happened to be the local Department of Energy (DOE) Lab’s booth, where I volunteered to work.