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SCEC Transitions Program: The Breakfast Club—It's Never too Early to Start

Space is limited!

Dates: September 11 and 12, 2017
Time: 7:00am-8:00am
Location: Hilton Palm Springs Resort (Tapestry Room)

Organizers: Gaby NoriegaDeborah Gormley, and Jozi Pearson

SUMMARY: The Office of Experiential Learning and Career Advancement (ELCA) is proud to launch the SCEC Transitions Program to provide junior members of the SCEC community with resources and mentoring across key career transitions. At the 2017 SCEC Annual Meeting, ELCA will host two breakfasts to connect early career attendees with peers and mentors for the purpose of sharing experiences and strategies to navigate the challenging career transitions—from undergraduate to graduate school, from graduate school to professional career, from academia to industry...or back again.

Beyond the Baccalaureate—Charting a Course for Grad School
Monday, September 11, 2017 (07:00-08:00)
Undergraduate and recently enrolled graduate students are encouraged to come meet almost-PhDs, recent-PhDs, Postdoctoral Scholars, Early Career Faculty and experienced Faculty Advisors over breakfast. This breakfast session will focus on how to choose the right graduate programs, strategies for applying to graduate schools, and how to make the most of the opportunities while in grad school.

Life After Graduate School—Now What?
Tuesday, September 12, 2017 (07:00-08:00)
This breakfast session will focus on choosing and pursuing a career after graduate school. Students within sight of their doctorate, recent graduates, and Postdocs are invited to meet with a diverse group of professionals in academia and beyond to explore career opportunities in different fields.

Sinan Akciz
Ramon Arrowsmith
Nic Barth
Nicholas Beeler
Tim Dawson
Gareth Funning
 
Christine Goulet
Lisa Grant Ludwig
Ruth Harris
Sally McGill
 

Space is limited. Click to register for these events.

Questions? Email Gaby Noriega.