The weekend started with the CSG members voting for the kind of topics they would like to hear more about from us at Club SciWri. I believe the list of topics will grow as per the requirements of the group. But for this week we will focus on what and where are the different job opportunities that exist for PhD holders outside academia and how to apply for these jobs.
- Different styles for different audience: Know the difference between scientific writing, and science writing and communication
Choose what is to your taste as there are multiple options open for scientific writers at La Jolla, for science writers at Philadelphia, Greater Boston and Massachusetts and a workshop on science communications at Harvard and Rockefeller Universities.
The science/scientific writing enthusiasts, learn how to make effective scientific illustrations to convey your messages clearly to a wide audience.
Early career scientist position at Takeda Pharmaceuticals, primarily for toxicologists.
P&G offers an unique setting to know its research and development settings and experience its innovation centre in Europe via its R&D European PhD Seminar. Gear up soon, for the deadlines are fast approaching for Belgium and Germany.
Choose the right locations to help you find the right opportunities in the USA.
If you are feeling you need to explore beyond academia and yet haven’t sorted how and where it should be, here is a guide to sort you.
Keep yourself in shoes of the prospective employer and judge your application.
Attention, young PIs: Learn to strategize to ensure growth of your team members as you grow into a successful team leader.
Let CSG grow its wings to cover the brethren of PhD and postdocs. Let it reach newer cities, find newer members. For now, there is a possibility for the CSG members to meet altogether at Cambridge, Boston on 19th Jan.
A reminder to apply for the mentor mentee program by CSG by Jan 31st, 2017. Make most of our kind mentors to apply for your next dream job. After all, we at CSG are here to create, share and grow.