Mol Alumni Career Support Network
Database for Postdocs – connect with Princeton MOL alumni representing a variety of different career paths who are willing to provide career development support, advice and mentorship.
If you are interested in exploring career options outside of academia, Kate Hammond at the Center for Career Development provides individual career advising appointments for current Princeton postdocs appointed at the ranks of Postdoctoral Research Associate (PDRA), Postdoctoral Research Fellow (PDRF), Postgraduate Research Associate (PGRA), and Associate Research Scholar (ARS). She can help you define your career exploration, develop an action plan for your job search, coach you to expand your network, convert your CV into a resume, build a LinkedIn profile, write a targeted cover letter, and prepare for your next step. To make a 30 minute phone or Skype appointment with Kate, e-mail your resume and a brief note regarding what you would like to discuss to Kate Hammond.
Scientific Career Development
My IDP (Individual Development Plan)
Improving Your Writing
Grant and Fellowship Applications
Giving Great Presentations
Time Management Concepts
Rutgers iJOBS (Interdisciplinary Job Opportunities for Biomedical Scientists); an exciting, new program funded by the NIH initiative “Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training”. The government recognizes the need for preparing trainees for their future and the U.S. Office of Management and Budget recently officially proclaimed that career training is one of the dual roles of grad students and postdocs. Rutgers iJOBS exposes PhD graduate students and postdocs to the many career options available to them and consists primarily of career panels, workshops and site visits.
NIH Office of Intramural Training & Education networking videos: