SciPhD really worked!
All the skills learned and examples offered are quite relevant for your applications to industry positions.
Also, the self-evaluations in the course are helpful to point your efforts in the right direction.
Thank you for all, Randy, Larry.
See you soon!

Scientific Affairs Manager at Colgate-Palmolive

SciPhD Certificate Program Graduate NYU 2019

SciPhD Really Works!!

Hi Randy, I am dropping a text just to let you know that among the pandemic, visa on holds I got a job at Lonza, the first year in Switzerland. I couldn’t thank you enough: SciPhD was a blast, a mindshift event, it really helped me to go over my networking fear and ace my skills. I will be delighted to give back. If you ever need me at your events and think my story could help the others, please count on me! All my very best.

Gemi- SciPhD Certificate Program, Rutgers University

Another happy SciPhD Graduate

Hi Randall,
Thank you so much for the certificate and really appreciated your effort for this really helpful program in the past few weeks.  It’ll be my honor if one day I can come back to help others! Please stay in touch and wish you and Larry all the best!

-Postdoctoral Fellow, Columbia University

SciPhD Certificate Program

Hi Randy!
Thank you and Larry for such a wonderful course. I learned so much and feel so much better equipped to apply for jobs after my PhD. Thank you for instilling confidence in us that the PhD prepares us for so much and that we can have any job we want. 

I do hope to keep in touch and will let you know my next steps. 

-Finishing Graduate Student, Albert Einstein School of Medicine

SciPhD Certificate Program

Hi Randy and Larry,
Thank you both so much for designing and teaching an incredibly helpful course. The career navigation process is challenging, but the skills and resources you provided have instilled new confidence in me. I will gladly report any new career success in the future, and would love to join in the future as a VIP to help the next cohort of job-seekers. 
Thank you,

-PhD Candidate, Yale University

SciPhD Certificate Program- Thanks!

Hi Randy!

Hope all is well with you! Wanted to let you know that I’ve been at Regeneron now for 3 months and I love it! The SciPhD program was definitely a part of how I was able to prepare for the interview process and my current role. Thank you and Larry!

-Cindy Leiton, PhD 2020 NYU SciPhD Certificate Program Graduate

Thanks SciPhD!

Great workshop! I learned a ton and was able to make new contacts at multiple companies I’m interested in working for in the future! Thanks Larry and Randy!

Breakout sections were useful and kept me even more engaged. The VIP reception was wonderful. I loved that the companies present were so well targeted to the audience and focused on our geographic area.

I thought the way Larry and Randy had it scheduled was perfect. They didn’t ask for active participation (speaking) on the first day, which allowed attendees to get comfortable with them and the zoom environment. This made it easier for me to contribute the following days (less nervous). Length of time was appropriate and breakout rooms were useful.

Hi Randy thank you for all the support. I got the job I wanted with Flamingo! Thank you! SciPhD is a phenomenal program both in person and online.

-former NYU postdoc, now Molecular Core Unit Chief, NY Dept. Health and Mental Hygiene

Flamingo Got Me A Job!

I would highly recommend SciPhD to every Ph.D. students. I have gained deep insights into career planning, as well as essential social and business that are often neglected in graduate schools. This is a vital program that every graduate students should attend!

-Graduate Student, Rutgers University

SciPhD Online Certificate Program

Project design, structuring and time management with various tools

the difference between milestones and deliverables

How to deal with different situations using you intrapersonal skills (extroversion, intuition.)

Style flexibility and success criteria and assumptions

Success criteria and Gantt charts

Breaking a goal into smaller pathsHow to deal with people and assessing projects.

Probably some of the lingo, and the 3 m&m techniquemanaging risks and having a positive attitude at work

What was the most valuable thing you learned in the series?