CSS Professional Development Event

November 7, 2019 @ 6:00 pm 8:00 pm

The purpose of the event is to provide an additional professional development opportunity for attendees of the Carolina Science Symposium and foster collaboration between local universities. In addition, attendees can explore different types of careers and get advice and guidance from professionals in industry, government, academia, and non-profits. The event will last for ~2 hours with a mix of informal and formal networking. There will also be opportunities for one-on-one resume review and interview practice. Each attendee will receive a booklet with the names, contact information, and brief bio of participants.

For any questions/concerns, please contact Maude Cuchiara (maude_cuchiara@ncsu.edu).

Free

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To apply to the program, complete this application and email as an attachment to Andra Williams at andra.williams@asu.edu or fax to (480-727-8791). Application deadline: March 1, 2019. 

For more information, please see the program flier. Contact Andra Williams with any questions.

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To apply to the program, complete this application and email as an attachment to Andra Williams at andra.williams@asu.edu or fax to (480-727-8791). Application deadline: March 2, 2018. 

For more information, please see the program flier. Contact Andra Williams with any questions.

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