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Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Associate Dean's Message - December 2, 2019

Monday, December 2, 2019
Exciting career exploration and career preparedness programs are coming in 2020.
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As we continue to work toward our mission of training for careers across the biomedical workforce, we have a number of career focused programs and activities over the next few months. I want to highlight some of these.

Career Workshop – This workshop, on Monday, January 13, is the first step in working with our Career Strategist, Sarah Cardozo Duncan, and enables students to schedule one-on-one meetings with her. More details are below and on the registration form.

Career Workshop Registration Form

Taking Ownership of Your Career – This mandatory session for first year students is designed to help them start thinking and acting on career strategies. All first-year students will receive an e-mail from Dan Jay with details, and should register here using the form below.

Taking Ownership Registration Form

Internships – We have launched a Sackler School Industry Internship program for 2020. Details are below, and can also be found on the info sheet sent out last week. The deadline for application is January 2.

Internship Info Sheet

Handshake – We have joined with the Schools of Public Health and Nutrition to begin using the Tufts Medford online job listing service called Handshake. A detailed e-mail will be sent shortly on how to register and use this service. We are encouraging all our contacts in industry and academia to utilize Handshake to post their job listings.

Career Expo – The Annual Health Science Career Expo will be held on Tuesday, March 3 from 3 – 6 pm, in conjunction with Public Health and the Friedman School of Nutrition. Details and registration will be announced soon. Please save the date.

As we continue to grow our career services, feel free to contact me with suggestions on how we can support you in your career exploration.

Regards, Dan Volchok