Getting ready to look for your first “real” job? Afraid your position may be eliminated in the future? Stuck in a job you hate, and looking for a way to change? St Louis Section of the American Chemical Society and the Washington University Department of Chemistry announce a series of workshops aimed at helping chemists develop their careers, not just find another job.
March 20 - Resumes (Kerry Gamber, Sigma-Aldrich)
March 27 - Interviewing (Ken Manley, Spherion)
April 17 - Power Networking (Billie Bright, Dale Carnegie Training)
April 24 - How to work with Recruiters (Jeff Kammermeyer, kForce)
& Working for Large vs. Small Companies (Kevin Tibbs, Chemia)
All talks are free and open to the public, and will take place from 6-7:30 pm on Washington University’s hilltop campus The first 3 lectures will be in the Laboratory Sciences building #250, the fourth in McDonnell 162. See campus map at http://visitor.wustl.edu/map/hilltop.html. Lab Sciences is building #5, McDonnell is # 54, parking is #67.
For more information, contact Lisa Balbes at 314-966-5298 or email@example.com.