Preparing Scientists for Professional Careers

Define Your Brand

Your scientific identity – your really great science

Your business identity – how you do great science

Your social identity – how the team does great science

SciPhD Can Show You How
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Onsite Programs

Various workshops, boot camps and certificate programs are designed to offer resources and hands-on training to identify and develop skills in communication, leadership, negotiation, team building, networking, and project management. Workshops are easily customized and can range from 1-3 hours.

Virtual Career Center

Starting in Early 2016, the SciPhD Virtual Career Center will be available anytime, anywhere. View and listen to individual pre-recorded webinars on the career development services that effect you. Institutional licenses available. A constantly growing list of topics includes a general overview of career opportunities in the life science industry, as well as focused career path webinars, other webinars focus on skill training, like teamwork, project management and communication. Additionally, we offer webinars for foreign nationals who work under visa restrictions.

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Self-Assessment

The SciPhD Online Self-Assessment training course introduces 24 competencies that are valued by industry for entry level positions. The skills correlate with success in competing for entry level positions and being successful in those positions.
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Companies across the U.S. say it is becoming increasingly tough to find job applicants who have the ‘soft skills’ to communicate clearly, take initiative, problem-solve and get along with ... See more

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