Finding a Job in the Life Sciences Just Got Easier

By Stephanie Stevens


 

If you're interested in attending future workshops, please contact UC San Diego's Career Center for future dates or other career expanding opportunities.

With extensive academic capital, research organizations and an educated workforce, San Diego consistently lands in the top five cities for life sciences companies, earning it the nickname Biotech Beach. The industry is still growing at nearly double-digit rates, according to Biocom, the association representing California’s life science industry, with more than three times the national average concentration of biochemists and biophysicists in the San Diego area.
 
So how do you make your resume stand out when you’re looking for a life sciences position? Make sure that you’ve got the skills and education you need to qualify for the position you’re applying to and tailor your resume to the industry.
 
UC San Diego’s Career Center is offering a free series of life science-focused workshops that are focused on helping UC San Diego students and alumni highlight their skills and feel competitive in this quick-moving job market. Make sure to bring a hard copy of your resume and your laptop to each event, as well as questions for panelists when applicable.
 
A limited number of seats are open to Extension students. To reserve a seat, email Melissa Hoon at mhoon@UCSD.EDU.

SCHEDULE

Resume Workshop: What Hiring Managers Want (Open to All)
February 25 at 12 PM and March 10, 2020 at 12 PM at the Women’s Center
 
Life Sciences Resume Workshop: What Hiring Managers Want
March 3 at 11AM in Pacific Hall, Room 3500
 
Soft Skills Training with Life Sciences Hiring Managers
March 4 at 5 PM in the Career Services Center, Horizon Room
 
Network with Life Sciences Companies
March 5 at 11:30 AM in the Career Services Center, Horizon Room
 
Spring Career Fair
April 7, 2020 (UC San Diego students and alumni only. Register through Handshake by March 27.)
 
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Posted: 2/19/2020 4:37:21 PM by StephanieStevens | with 0 comments
Filed under: biotech, biotechnology, career, life-sciences, resume-writing


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