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School of Medicine Career Center
Medical School Office Building, 1st Floor
1265 Welch Road
Stanford, CA 94305-5400
(650) 721-1893
(650) 725-3867 fax
somcareers@stanford.edu

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Welcome to the Stanford School of Medicine Career Center.

The School of Medicine Career Center provides critical support for the exploration of career options, development of professional skill sets, and connections to opportunities. We house career and professional development resources via in-house and online libraries. Further, as career counselors, we provide insight into the career development and job search process one on one. Finally, we partner with alumni, faculty, and experts in myriad fields around discussion groups and curricular efforts. This curriculum, aimed at increasing awareness of and marketability for these various options, supplements an already strong scientific foundation with innovative and practical skill sets. Through all of our services and offerings, we empower our trainees in both defining their individual passions and short and long term goals as well as those impacting other organizations, cultures, and communities regardless of external expectations of career choice.

Upcoming Events & Activities

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Selected On-Campus Recommendations

*Info Session: McKinsey & Company Management Consulting (Log-in to SciMed Careers to access internship opportunities with McKinsey & Company)

November 20, 2014 at 6:00pm, Tresidder Memorial Union: Oak West Lounge

RSVP Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/stan14
If you have a passion for problem solving, a drive to have significant impact in the world, and a desire to work in a supportive team-based environment, McKinsey & Company invites you to learn more about their career, internship, and summer program opportunities!   

*Open to Ph.D. students, postdocs, medical students, interns, residents, fellows and non-M.B.A. Masters*
Questions? Contact Jenn Caamano: Jenn_Caamano@mckinsey.com

 

TA Opportunity for Fall Course

Thursdays, 4-6pm, Braun Lecture Hall, Mudd (Seeley G) Chemistry Building

IMS Consulting Group – 4 – 6pm, Thur, August 21
Consultants from IMS will provide an overview of their recruiting process and a hands-on case workshop.
Please RSVP

In partnership with the School of Medicine Consulting Club.

Google Ventures Visit: August 21, 2014; 1:00pm-2:30pm:

Visit the Google Ventures (GV) campus in Mountain View and attend a presentation, including a company overview and Q+A session by General Partner and Stanford Alum, Blake Byers.
Google Ventures is the venture capital investment arm of Google Inc. and provides seed, venture, and growth stage funding to technology companies. It has invested in companies working on problems like cancer treatment, urban transportation, and energy use, including: Uber, Flatiron Health, Homejoy, Cloudera, and Docusign. Full-time partners work with portfolio companies on design and product management, marketing, engineering, and recruiting.
Please RSVP

Management Consulting and Case Preparation Program
Consultants and alumni from top consulting firms will share their insights about the profession and hiring process, as well as lead practical case workshops to prepare you for recruiting season.
Bioscience PhDs, medical residents, and postdocs in the School of Medicine may attend as many sessions as they wish. No formal course registration is required for the series, but RSVPs for individual programs are appreciated.

Information Session with UCSF Alum Guive Balooch, PhD & Rafal Pielak, PhD, August 28, 2014, 4 – 6 PM
Recruiting event for the company L'Oreal
Genentech Hall – UCSF Mission Bay Campus (16th & Owen Street)

http://connect.lorealusa.jobs

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The Mentoring Project, 12-week program
The Mentor Matching project is a 12-week program designed as a one-on-one tool to help PhD and Postdoc jobseekers regarding career matters in the same career path as their matched mentor.
This Mentoring service with Bio Careers is free for all Bio Careers members. You have to be registered with Bio Careers in order to be able to sign up for the Mentor Matching.              


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