Professional Development Series at EOAS
for Grad Students and Post Docs
Managing your Professional
Career – The Nuts and Bolts
Audience: Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows in
Goal: Provide grad students and post docs of EOAS with the
skills to actively manage their professional career and development.
- Non-credit, one one- or two-hour session per week in winter terms 1 and 2, 2006-2007.
- Taught by volunteers as service to the department. Volunteers
can be faculty, graduate students with prior work experience,
career coaches, and guest speakers of government and private
- Focus on practical aspects of the entire process from
determining a suitable career to landing a job. The
goal is to provide all the nuts and bolts and practice required
to be successful in the job hunt.
- The syllabus is driven by the chronological order of the job-hunting
process. In particular, the academically focused sessions are scheduled
to prepare grads and postdocs for the typical academic recruitment cycle.
Current Series 2006-2007:
| Schedule 2006-2007 |
Session outlines 2006-2007 |
Previous Series 2005-2006:
| Schedule 2005-2006 | Session
outlines 2005-2006 |
Previous Series 2004:
| Schedule 2004 | Session
outlines 2004 |