HDP 98: Career Development
Wednesday 12:00-1:50pm–Career Services Horizon Room
(section 810530, 1 or 2 units)
Which career path is right for you and how do you land your first internship or job? Through this interactive, hands-on course students are guided in exploring their interests and personality and how it relates to the career search. Through class lectures on career development concepts, guest speakers, practice sessions, and assignments, students will conduct research on various careers; receive professional development training; as well as practice and gain confidence in networking and other job search strategies. The course concludes with a career action plan to help the student move forward in their career.
For enrollment, download the HDP 98 add form here: http://Tinyurl.com/hdp98
Positions available at Oxbridge Biotech Roundtable San Diego
Marketing and Outreach Lead - The San Diego chapter of OBR is currently recruiting a new Marketing and Outreach Lead as well as a Chapter Correspondent. The Marketing and Outreach Lead is responsible for promoting and marketing OBR’s brand and events and will have the opportunity to learn how to sell any idea and develop valuable marketing experience while building and expanding the OBR network and his or her own along the way. The Outreach and Marketing Lead will develop skills in strategic marketing, time management, effective communications, and make numerous new professional connections around the world. Applicants should send a CV and cover letter to email@example.com. Please apply by February 20, 2014, to be considered for this position.
Chapter Correspondent - The OBR Chapter Correspondent plays an integral role in helping the OBR community learn about new OBR initiatives and science and business news from the chapter. The position entails crafting the monthly Roundup newsletter, contributing articles to the Roundtable Review and establishing meaningful connections within the community. The Chapter Correspondent will have the opportunity to further develop their written communication skills and have their work published. Applicants should send a CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please apply by February 20, 2014, to be considered for this position.
OBR Ambassadors - Are you interested in getting involved with Oxbridge Biotech Roundtable but not sure you have the time? We are always searching for new and enthusiastic individuals to fill Ambassador positions. OBR Ambassadors will help bring OBR activities to local institutions, participate in OBR-related activities and meetings, and communicate science and business. Not only can OBR Ambassadors get their voices heard and ideas implemented, they also get an inside view of how OBR works, opportunities to directly network with industry professionals, and also get priority when OBR is selecting chapter leaders. If you are interested in becoming an OBR Ambassador please send a cover letter CV to email@example.com.
Lyft is looking for a few sociable, savvy students to roll out their campus marketing plan and join our elite Campus Ambassador Program. It’s a great (paid) experience for business/marketing/sales students to get real experience, making a big impact at a startup while working hand in hand with the Lyft Growth Managers.
More details here, where students can also apply - http://get.lyft.com/ambassador/
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be Chairman of the Federal Reserve?
Rady is excited to invite you to attend a special symposium presented by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco! The Symposium includes engaging presentations from Fed Reserve staff on:
• Purposes & Functions of the Federal Reserve
• Challenges and trends in the banking industry
• Current economic forecast presented by a Fed economist
• The Fed’s role in setting monetary policy
• The effect of monetary policy decisions on the U.S. economy
This event is relevant for all students interested in Finance, Banking, and Economics.
Federal Reserve University Symposium
When: February 24th, 9:30am-12:30pm
Where: Rady School, Wells Fargo Hall room 1N108
Event is open to all students. More info online: http://www.frbsf.org/education/activities/university-symposium.
Do you have a knack for innovative thinking and like to initiate, organize, and execute projects? Are you interested in strategic planning to help organizations reach their business goals?
If so, UIS invites you to join us this Tuesday to learn more about the project management field. Our special guest speaker, Kathleen Hedges, the Sr. Vice President & Corporate Director of Program Execution of SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation), will provide first hand insight on what a project manager really does through her experience in the industry.
Kathleen Hedges has over 33 years of experience working with SAIC. Her experience in Project Management has earned her recognition as one of the 25 international “Influential Women in Project Management” by the Project Management Institute. She was also awarded the Tribute to Women in Industry Award.
Kathleen Hedges is not only an internationally renowned project manager, but she also teaches program/project management at UCSD’s own Rady School of Management.
When: Tuesday, February 11th @ 8:00pm
Where: Rady School of Management- Otterson Hall 1S114
We hope to see you there!