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Job search out of academy in US

  • Spain-U.S. Chamber of Commerce 80 Broad Street Suite 2103 New York, NY 10004 USA (map)

In this workshop Dr. Arthee E. Jahangir will give a broad perspective of the job market out of academia together with some tips to prepare a competitive job application.

Contents:
What are the most effective techniques and channels of the job search?
Job Search on the Internet and how to enter the network
How to prepare for and succeed at a job interview
This workshop is geared toward young Spanish scientists residing in the United States. 

Instructor:

Arthee E. Jahangir, Assistant Director, Career & Professional, Development at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

"Dr. Arthee Jahangir is the Assistant Director of Career and Professional Development (CPD) at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Her primary responsibility is to create a comprehensive career development program to prepare graduate students and postdocs, a community of about 500 at Einstein, for the diverse career paths a scientist can pursue. Her other primary responsibility is to strengthen the pipeline between Einstein and its large alumni network, over 1500PhD graduates. Previously, Arthee was an Administrative Fellow, a hybrid-postdoctoral research fellow position, working both for CPD and in the lab of Dr. Claudia Gravekamp. Her research focused on developing a bacterial delivery system as a cancer immunotherapy for pancreatic and breast cancers. Her interest in commercializing cancer immunotherapies led her to pursue entrepreneurial endeavors, joining both Entrepreneurship Lab NYC (ELabNYC) and New York City Regional Innovation Node (NYCRIN). Arthee is a self-proclaimed STEM advocate, supporting women in STEM and STEM outreach. She is the co-president of New York Women in STEM (NYWISTEM), a professional community of scientists. She is also a mentor for the New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS) for K-12 students and for the NeXXt scholars program. She received her BA from Rutgers University in genetics and psychology and her MS and PhD from Albert Einstein College of Medicine”