Katie Walsh, PhD
Webinar
June 2, 2020

Get to know alum from the Doctoral Alumni-in-Residence Program as you view a live informational interview conducted by one of your peers. Learn more about a variety of career fields and the paths that alum took to get there. Doctoral-level alum working in non-profit, for-profit, education, and government sectors will be interviewed.

The June 2 session will feature Katie Walsh, Senior Teaching Consultant at the Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation at Carnegie Mellon University (Education).

Learn more about Katie Walsh, PhD at: https://www.doctoral.alumni.pitt.edu/people/katie-walsh-phd

Ben Matta, PhD
Webinar
May 28, 2020

Get to know alum from the Doctoral Alumni-in-Residence Program as you view a live informational interview conducted by one of your peers. Learn more about a variety of career fields and the paths that alum took to get there. Doctoral-level alum working in non-profit, for-profit, education, and government sectors will be interviewed.

The May 28 session will feature Ben Matta, Medical Science Liaison at G1 Therapeutics (for-profit).

Learn more about Ben Matta at: https://www.doctoral.alumni.pitt.edu/people/benjamin-matta-phd

Alexander Ufelle, PhD
Webinar
May 20, 2020

Get to know alum from the Doctoral Alumni-in-Residence Program as you view a live informational interview conducted by one of your peers. Learn more about a variety of career fields and the paths that alum took to get there. Doctoral-level alum working in non-profit, for-profit, education, and government sectors will be interviewed.

The May 20 session will feature Alexander Ufelle, PhD, Assistant Professor at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania (education).

Learn more about Alexander Ufelle at: https://www.doctoral.alumni.pitt.edu/people/alexander-ufelle-phd

Alaina Levine
Webinar
May 13, 2020


In this webinar, we will discuss strategies and tactics for finding new collaborators, mentors, and career contacts as you build mutually-beneficial partnerships with professionals across the globe. We will utilize various methods to find and reach out to people, and start and nurture those critical conversations which can birth amazing collaborations. Presented by Alaina Levine.

Karen Carney, PhD
Webinar
May 7, 2020

Get to know alum from the Doctoral Alumni-in-Residence Program as you view a live informational interview conducted by one of your peers. Learn more about a variety of career fields and the paths that alum took to get there. Doctoral-level alum working in non-profit, for-profit, education, and government sectors will be interviewed.

The May 7 session will feature Karen Carney, PhD, Senior Clinical Content Analyst at ClinicalPath (for-profit).

Learn more about Karen Carney at: https://www.doctoral.alumni.pitt.edu/people/karen-carney-phd

Daniel Belenky, PhD
Webinar
April 29, 2020

Meet virtually with alum from the Doctoral Alumni-in-Residence Program for a series of informational interviews. Learn more about a variety of career fields and the paths that alum took to get there. Doctoral-level alum working in non-profit, for-profit, education, and government sectors will be featured. The April 29 session will feature Daniel Belenky, PhD (education).

Learn more about Daniel Belenky at: https://www.doctoral.alumni.pitt.edu/people/daniel-belenky-phd

Sarah Hansen, PhD
Webinar
April 23, 2020

Meet virtually with alum from the Doctoral Alumni-in-Residence Program for a series of informational interviews. Learn more about a variety of career fields and the paths that alum took to get there. Doctoral-level alum working in non-profit, for-profit, education, and government sectors will be featured. Featuring Sarah Hansen, PhD (for-profit).

Learn more about Sarah Hansen at: https://www.doctoral.alumni.pitt.edu/people/sarah-hansen-phd

Tracy Costello, PhD
Webinar
April 14, 2020

The career search process may feel like a rollercoaster, but understanding the big picture will help you navigate it successfully. For many facing an upcoming career transition, it’s natural to look at the vast landscape of career opportunities and worry about how to choose or prepare. Through discussion of each component of career exploration, participants will gain information and resources to strategize their next steps, no matter where they are in the overall process, and ultimately be successful by intentionally navigating the transition from their current role to their next.

Learning objectives:
Participants will gain perspective about the 10 components of career exploration and job searching including: self-assessment, networking, researching potential career paths and identifying potential jobs, identifying skill gaps to target for skill acquisition, conducting informational interviews, as well as preparing application materials and LinkedIn profile, excelling at interviews and negotiating job offers.


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Joan Anson, MSEd, PC
Doctoral and Postdoctoral Professionalism Series
March 3, 2020

A resume is often the determining factor in whether you are offered an interview.

During this webinar, you’ll learn effective strategies for developing a resume that clearly communicates your relevant skills and accomplishments to a prospective employer.

This webinar is the precursor to Part 2 (in-person workshop).

 

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Powerpoint Slides

Traditional Resume Example

Functional Resume Example

Sample Reference Sheet

Sample Action Verbs

Source Document Template

Bruce Freeman, PhD
Ed Jackson, PhD
Research Series
December 4, 2019