Career Development Programming at the 2016 AAPS Annual Meeting
Collaborate & Communicate to Integrate Into a Team
Career Fair & Exhibiting Opportunities | Resume Review | Mentoring Breakfast | Career Development Sessions
AAPS’ mission is to help pharmaceutical scientists develop
products and therapies that improve global health. Through the organization’s
career development programming, pharmaceutical scientists become better
collaborators and communicators who are equipped to both share their science,
and to guide a team in advancing a drug’s movement from discovery to development.
Career Fair & Exhibiting Opportunities
Career Fair Schedule:
|Monday, November 14, 2016
||8:30 am–5:00 pm
|Tuesday, November 15, 2016
||8:30 am–5:00 pm
|Wednesday, November 16, 2016
||8:30 am–1:30 pm
Career Fair Exhibiting Opportunities
Would you like to polish your resume? Getting ready for a new job? Schedule an appointment to meet with a resume advisor (AAPS member) in the Career Zone. You must contact email@example.com in advance of the Annual Meeting in order to set an appointment time. Appointments will be scheduled for Monday, 11/14 and Tuesday, 11/15 between 1 PM - 4 PM. Each appointment will be 30 minutes.
Date: Monday, November 14th
Time: 7:00 AM –8:30 AM
Location: Colorado Convention Center, Mile High Ballroom, 2A/3A
Are you a student interested in gaining career advice from a seasoned scientist? Or, are you a professional with words of advice to pass along to students and emerging professionals? If you fit in either category, please join us at the Mentoring Breakfast to engage in informal, one-on-one conversation related to career development and, if desired, to find an appropriate mentor-mentee match. No sign-up needed; breakfast will be served!
Career Development Sessions
The goal of this year’s career development program is to
help participants develop skills in collaboration
and communication, giving them the
experience and tools they need to become the team players and team
leaders that human resources professionals and top-level management are
seeking. AAPS is creating an interactive career development program that encourages participants to discuss their
questions and real-life problems with their peers, and to experiment with new
skills. Don’t miss these sessions!
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Contact Meredith Voelkel at VoelkelM@aaps.org with questions.