These user-friendly programs are designed to take relatively little time, and have the inherent rewards of new information, a talented work force and new collegial links. The goals of these programs include assisting students with job and career-path decisions, giving them realistic experiences in science careers, and guiding students as they make the leap from graduate school to academia, research, or industry.
- Alumni Career Advisory Network and Email Mentor. Add your name to an online database that serves as a resource for GSBS students who may have questions regarding a certain field or profession.
- Alumni-Sponsored Career Day.
To sign up for E-Mentoring or if you have questions, please email Linda.M.Carter@uth.tmc.edu.
If you are interested in participating online as an E-Mentor Expert, please fill out the provide the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
For new E-Mentors to participate I will need the following information from you:
Name with degrees:
Best e-mail address to use:
Broad type of employment:
(for example: academia, education, pharmaceutical, intellectual property, consulting, government, biotechnology, etc.)
Field of expertise:
(scientific area of your current job)
If you are interested in sharing your story with students in person at the June 2012 Career Day, in Houston, send the same information to email@example.com with your statement of interest.
I’d like to be a Career Day presenter: yes only___, both Career Day and E-Mentor___, or no—only an E-Mentor___.