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Making Decisions on Your Next Steps

Join ABRCMS for help making the tough decisions about your future.

You’ve likely reached the point where you have to make some decisions about this Summer, next Fall, or next year! ABRCMS Online presents help making the tough decisions about your future, whether you’re early in your career, considering graduate or professional school, or a later career student looking to advance.

Webinar participants will:
  • Learn about the different career paths in the biomedical sciences
  • Discuss the practical skills and expertise expected of biomedical sciences trainees
  • Review methods that recruiters use to highlight talent and how to leverage them
  • Explore process mapping techniques for navigating through decisions
  • Discuss how various degree programs affect career prospects
  • Investigate methods for weighing short-term versus long-term impacts

Note
: Participants may receive a Certificate of Completion by completing all exercises in the module, including the post-event survey.

CONTRIBUTORS


Christopher Skipwith, Ph.D.
, Education Specialist, American Society for Microbiology

Dr. Christopher Skipwith is an education specialist for the American Society for Microbiology, responsible for coordinating education and training resources for the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS), including ABRCMS Online. Trained as a biophysicist and biology educator, Christopher earned a Bachelor’s in Materials Science & Engineering from Georgia Tech and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics from The University of Pennsylvania, followed by teaching appointments at Northeastern University and Bentley University.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Email: cskipwith@asmusa.org
Twitter: @CGSkipwith

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Click "Add to Cart" below to sign up. Please also complete the pre-event survey. You must complete the pre-event survey to access the live webinar or recording.

Questions? Contact for ABRCMS Online:
Christopher Skipwith, Ph.D.
Education Specialist
202-942-9299
cskipwith@asmusa.org