FREE WEBINAR: How to succeed as a Postdoc and build valuable skills relevant for your career
Calendar of Events
December 4th, 2013
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Career Path: "How to succeed as a Post Doc and build valuable skills relevant for your career"
Lauren Celano will provide advice on how to develop skills during your postdoc which are valued by industry. Tangible examples will be provided on how to
become involved with student clubs, academic groups, industry organizations, non-profit organizations, and networking groups to build leadership,
management, presentation, communication, networking, and interpersonal skills.
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
More than 80% of jobs are filled outside of job postings and recruiters. These “hidden” jobs go to the people who get in front of decision-makers early
before the hiring process officially starts. Learn how you can be one of those first-movers. Hear what happens behind-the-scenes in the hiring process from
Caroline Ceniza-Levine, a former recruiter who has hired thousands of people for leading firms in banking, consulting, media, non-profit, pharma/ biotech,
and technology. Learn strategies to find the decision-makers, engage them with your unique background, and then stay “front-of-mind” to the real end of the
hiring process (hint: the search doesn’t end at the offer).
“Finding and Working Effectively with Mentors”-- Morningside
Calendar of Events
December 11th, 2013
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Hamilton Hall, room 303
Please be informed of the upcoming Mentoring workshop! (Must RSVP to attend)
“Finding and Working Effectively with Mentors”
This session will discuss the significance of mentoring for academic career success and
how to find and maximize mentoring relationships.
The advantages of multiple mentoring models will be discussed.
Anne L. Taylor, MD
John Lindenbaum Professor of Medicine at CUMC
Vice Dean of Academic Affairs
College of Physicians and Surgeons