Time: Thursday, May 17, 2018 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: Ohio Union
Admission: Free - RSVP Required
With generous support from the Graduate School and in collaboration with the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, OUAB Grad/Prof is bringing back SciPhD for a two-day bootcamp. Get Your First Job is for graduate and professional students interested in transitioning to industry, non-profit, or government settings.
Please note: while these workshops are hosted by SciPhD, the material is easily translatable into any field including humanities, arts, education, and social science.
RSVP (Waitlist Only - those on waitlist will have first opportunity to register for future bootcamp event)
Some of workshops that will be offered as part of the bootcamp are as follows (do not be discouraged by the use of the word Science, much of this is applicable in any corporate environment):
- The Business of Science: Your Three Identities
- Types of companies and jobs
- The 24 competencies
- Dissecting a job ad to identify critical skills
- Developing your targeted resume
- Successful Communications
- Technical literacy
- EI: learn to be a learnder
- Introduction to Project Management
- Applied Networking – breaking the ice
- Initiating conversations
- Building your network
- Networking exercise
- Preparing for Interviews and the Behavioral-Based Interview Process
- Negotiations with Your Supervisor and Hiring Manager
Hear what graduate students who attended last year’s SciPhD event at Ohio State have to say:
“The presenters were clearly knowledgeable and willing to help students. What I found most helpful was tailoring your resume to the job ad and the interview feedback.” – Professional student in health sciences
“I really enjoyed this program and it's probably one of the best professional development workshops I've ever been to. The fact that they took the time to create an actual booklet of everything they talked about was incredibly helpful and thoughtful.” – Master’s student in education
“I liked the efforts made to familiarise academics with the corporate environment [and I liked] the strategies suggested for framing and structuring an approach to the job market.” – Ph.D. student in humanities
“The networking opportunities were interesting and dynamic, and being able to access the materials afterwards for reference was extremely valuable.” – Master’s student in lab based sciences/engineering
“The most valuable part of the workshop was the perspective shift that it provided between the academic and nonacademic job search. This is something I would not have realized on my own, and I believe it will greatly increase my chances of success when applying for jobs outside of academia. I felt that they made us aware of various job search and time management tools that we might not have known about otherwise.” – Ph.D. student in lab based science/engineering
May 17th please go to the Cartoon Room.
May 18th please go to the Great Hall Meeting Room.
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