Career Center

SoMCC Course



Professional Development in Skill Building and Life Science: Career Transition Planning
Course Number: Medical Interdisciplinary 228 (INDE 228)

Date:   Spring Quarter 2010
Time:   Tuesdays: 3/30, 4/6, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 2010
5:00-6:15 PM (Presentation and Q&A)
Location:   Alway M-114 Classroom
Sponsor:   SoMCC
Course details:  

In order to build a satisfying career, it is important to have a keen understanding of your abilities and interests along with knowledge of the myriad career options available to you.  The earlier one develops such awareness, the easier it is to tailor the Stanford training experience to best support your professional goals and aspirations.  This course offers career exploration tools and exercises to help clarify your priorities, and introduces you to alumni, faculty and industry speakers from a variety of fields to highlight a wide range of settings where your skills are useful and relevant.  Open to all Stanford graduate students, post docs and residents, we encourage both early- and later-stage trainees to register – it’s never too soon to take action for a successful tomorrow!

Session Descriptions

Additional information and/or registration:  

Interested graduate students may register through Axess.  Interested postdoctoral fellows and residents are invited to audit.

For more information or to audit, please contact Stephanie Eberle, , in the School of Medicine Career Center

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