Career Activities

The Annual Meeting is the place to be for networking, professional development, and career opportunities. There is something for attendees in all stages of their careers.

Student Conference

Listen to invited speakers from various sectors on potential career options, submit a student poster, and enjoy an exclusive career fair and networking event.

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Career Resources and Graduate School Fair

Meet with organizations with job opportunities looking to hire highly talented individuals and learn about graduate school offerings in one event.

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Identify Yourself as a Job Seeker

Let employers know that you are looking for job opportunities by wearing a job seeker ribbon on your badge! Ribbons will be available in the registration and poster areas for your convenience. This will alert hiring managers and organizations with available positions that you are a job seeker making it much easier for potential employers to reach out to you.

Need a Professional Headshot?

Get your complimentary professional headshot taken at the Annual Meeting to use on LinkedIn and your other social media sites.

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Conference for Early Career Professionals

The conference will consist of interactive sessions and panels covering a wide breadth of topics, including tips on succeeding in the workplace, mental health, curriculum gaps and challenges, and more.

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Short Courses

Enrich your professional experience by attending one of the many short courses being offered at the Annual Meeting. Hybrid options are available for those that would like to participate virtually.

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Career Related Talks & Sessions

Browse through a list of talks and sessions at the Annual Meeting focused on career building. 

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Network in the Exhibit Hall

Visiting the exhibit hall throughout the week is a great way to network and learn more about different organizations. Those marked with a 'handshake' symbol in the exhibitor list have information on open positions.

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