On Wednesday, Sept. 15, from 12 to 3 p.m. ET , the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) is hosting a virtual career fair to highlight the variety of paid internships, fellowships, and research opportunities available within their Research Participation Program at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Are you looking to invest in your future career success? This two-credit course is designed to provide foundational training in career planning and professional development for graduate students and postdocs. The course spans a consecutive fall and spring term. Please discuss with your program director before registering. Apply by August 27th.
During the month of September, the PMF Program will be hosting a series of informational webinars for prospective applicants about the upcoming PMF Class of 2022 Application. The webinars will provide a general overview of the program and details about the 2022 application cycle.
A job search involves more than just applying to job postings. This session examines the job search as a process that integrates four key activities: building a productive network, creating resumes that work, establishing search strategies, and preparing for a competitive interview. July 29, 1-2pm EST
You are invited to join the U.S. DOL for a virtual career fair on June 16th from 11 am to 4 pm EST. Many component agencies will be represented and employees and managers will be providing information about their respective agencies. The sessions will give you an opportunity to learn how the DOL supports the American public through unique missions. It is a chance to ask questions and learn more before applying for an open position.
The NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education is hosting a summer lecture series designed for younger audiences. On June 15th from 11am-12pm, Dr. Anna Maria Napoles will describe her career path to becoming Scientific Director of the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities.
Pittsburgh Passport offers social, outdoor, and cultural activities and professional development events for students and recent grads interning, working, or studying in the Pittsburgh region this summer. New events are added each week! Hosted by the Allegheny Conference on Community Development.
In this webinar, Maren Wood, PhD will identify common mistakes PhDs make when applying for non-academic jobs, discuss proven strategies for success, identify resources in the Aurora e-learning platform that can help you in your job search, and recognize the most critical piece of a non-academic job search. To register, log in to Aurora using your Pitt credentials. September 9th | 12 pm
The Social Ventures Foundation is now accepting applications for their global End Poverty Innovation Challenge. EPIC is a pipeline for outstanding social ventures that provide sustainable grassroots solutions to local poverty reduction challenges. EPIC awards winning social ventures with mentorship and financial support to help them conduct commercial proofs of concepts.
Are you a student or recent grad looking for ways to connect this summer? The Pittsburgh Passport is your opportunity to discover what it’s like to live, work and play in Pittsburgh – virtually and in-person in 2021. Kickoff is June 10! Connect with local employers, take advantage of outdoor and cultural activities, and hear from local innovators. Check out the calendar on the site for a full list of upcoming events.