Todd Maurer, president of Versatile PhD, will present a webinar to walk PhDs and post-docs through key features, such as VPhD Career Finder, the Options4Success career discovery course, Smart Jobs initiative and discuss ways to deepen and hone your professional network. There are two sessions available: August 14th at 4pm EST and September 12th at 8pm EST. All Pitt students have access to Versatile PhD through the my.pitt portal.
Seeking on-campus or student employment? Attend the University of Pittsburgh's Student Employment Fair to meet University departments and local employers hiring for part-time positions and internships. The fair will take place on Wednesday, August 28th from 1-4 PM in the William Pitt Union.
The Institute for Clinical Research Education (ICRE) is seeking pre- and postdoctoral trainees for the CTS Fellowship, which offers individualized training, financial support, and mentoring to trainees pursuing the entire spectrum of translational science (T1-T4). All trainees must be able to commit to at least one year of training and research. Apply by September 9th.
The Office of the Provost – Graduate Studies is seeking graduate and professional student feedback on mentoring. Students: share your thoughts on experiences with mentors and how mentors can best support you during your graduate training. Attend an in-person forum on Tues, Aug 6 from 5-6pm in Cathedral of Learning 817, or submit anonymous feedback online.
Fourth River Solutions (4RS) invites you to attend a seminar series on project management with Danielle Minteer, project manager of clinical trials run by the Department of Plastic Surgery at Pitt. This is a great opportunity to learn about PMP certification and the role of a project manager. Sessions will be held on 7/24, 8/1, and 8/6 at 5pm in Benedum 102 and will last 60-90 minutes.
Meet the recruitment team from Doctors Without Borders and learn about how you can join a pool of dedicated aid workers. The organization is currently recruiting for a variety of medical and non-medical positions. The session will be held on Thursday, 7/25 from 6:30-8pm at the Thelma Lovette YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh, 2114 Centre Ave.
Hear from UPMC representatives in various leadership roles about internship and full-time opportunities across the organization in healthcare, tech, business, and more. Grab food, network, and learn how you can be a part of life changing medicine! This event is part of the Pittsburgh Summer Passport Series. Friday, 7/26 from 5-6:30pm at the US Steel Tower, Floor 31 Conference Room, 600 Grant Street, Pittsburgh.
Graduate-level interns are invited to attend a special event on Servant Leadership on Monday, July 15 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business. Two highly renowned leaders in very different fields will discuss what it means to be a servant leader and the value that confers on the leader and the organization. A cocktail reception will immediately follow.
The Allegheny Conference on Community Development has arranged a series of events open to students interning with Pittsburgh companies this summer. Connect with local employers, attend professional development seminars, and take advantage of many outdoor and cultural activities and resources.
The PMF Program Office has posted tentative dates for the upcoming 2020 application and the Assessment Preparation Guide. The application is anticipated to be open from October 3rd to October 17th, 2019. The 2020 Assessment Preparation Guide can be found under "Assessment Process" on the PMF website. This highly selective leadership program recruits advanced degree candidates for two-year paid fellowships within the Federal government.