URBEST Career Services
It's never too soon to start planning for your dream job. Whether you want to be a professor, a forensic toxicologist, a medical science liaison, or if you are still uncertain of your options, planning is your key to an impactful, fulfilling and prosperous career. The many resources of myHub Professional Development will be invaluable as you navigate through the varied options available to you as an emerging scientific professional.
The URBEST program seeks to better prepare graduate students and postdoctoral trainees for careers outside of academia. To do this, it funds instruction in leadership and professionalism, provides training pathways in industry, manufacturing and entrepreneurship; regulatory affairs, compliance and review; and science and technology policy - and creates new opportunities for experiential learning through internships and externships.
For an overview of the program, please visit Overview of Program.
Services that Eric provides are available to all SMD PhD and MS graduate students, postbac and summer scholars, and postdoctoral appointees. Make an appointment with Eric by completing the myHub Service Request Form. Eric is located in MRB G-9627 and can be reached at (585) 273-1629.
To make an appointment please complete the myHub Service Request Form.
Services offered (Including, but not limited to):
- Meet and greet to learn more about services available
- Career Exploration
- Cover Letter Writing
- CV & Resume Services
- Individual Development Plan
- Informational Interviews
- Job Search Strategies including academia, industry, postdoc, etc.
- LinkedIn Profile Development
- Negotiation Skills
- Networking Strategy
- Professional Email/Communication Basics
myHub Resources and Events
Books from the myHub Lending Library
Check out books from the myHub Lending Library. To check something out, visit our office in G-9556 or email us with your request.
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Hear from Dr. Joseph Ross and Dr. Samantha Hindle to learn about medRxiv and bioRxiv, the most influential health science and biology preprint servers.
Dr. Joseph Ross, medRxiv Co-Founder
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From Inside Higher Education, advice column by graduate career advisors
Webinars from the NIH
Women Leaders in Academic Research: Re-Thinking Mentoring: Perspectives from a Biomedical Engineer
Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Jenna Mueller, PhD, Assistant Professor, Fischell Department of Bioengineering, University of Maryland
Checkout the NIH Videocast Website for more information on future and past presentations.
Elsevier Publishing Campus College of Career Planning
Tips to get you ready to take the next step
From PhD to Life
Features resources and a Q&A series on transitioning from being a PhD student to finding fulfilling work.
Connecting leading candidates to science jobs
Excellent site for career articles, resources, and employer profiles.
Preparing scientists for professional careers.
Vitae from the Chronicle of Higher Education
Get news and advice from CHE's online career hub.