If you are going to the SF meeting and want to have an incredible experience on Monday afternoon, join me in a Speed Networking session for students.=9A Here is the text of the call of participation – I cannot distribute the actual PDF due to List Serve rules
If you want more info contact Lori Betsock (L_betsock**At_Symbol_Here**acs.org )=9A
I have joined this event over many years and it is the most fun (and good food) at the meeting …
Undergraduate Speed Networking
with Chemistry Professionals
248th ACS National Meeting in San Francisco, CA
Monday, August 11, 2014 • 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Moscone Convention Center, Room 134
Chat informally with small groups of students
about chemistry and your career…
Seeking Volunteer Participants
" With careers in traditional and non-traditional areas of chemistry
" From all job sectors, including academia, industry, government, and non-profits
" Including entrepreneurs, consultants, and retired chemists.
The greater the diversity among the volunteers, the better the experience will be for the
undergraduate students. To volunteer, contact Lori Betsock at l_betsock**At_Symbol_Here**acs.org.
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Thank you for volunteering to participate in the “Undergraduate Speed Networking with Chemistry Professionals” event in San Francisco. The event will be held Monday, August 11, 2014, from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m., in the Moscone Convention Center, Room 134. A flyer and a sheet with general information and tips are attached.
We appreciate your interest in the undergraduate student members of ACS and your willingness to volunteer your time for the speed networking event.
If you think back to when you were an undergraduate student, you probably knew that you loved studying chemistry, but you weren’t at all sure about what you could do with a chemistry degree once you graduated. Imagine how helpful it would it have been to talk to real-world chemists about their careers and hear first-hand out about the opportunities that are available in the chemical field.
This event will consist of a series of eight-minute conversations with students, where the main goal is for the undergraduates learn more about the career and education pathways that are available to them as chemists. We will have 50 cocktail rounds in the room and are hoping to have a chemist available at each to speak to students. Every eight minutes, students will rotate to a new table.
If any of your colleagues will be attending the ACS national meeting in San Francisco, please let them know that we are still seeking chemists who have careers in traditional and non-traditional areas of chemistry. We’re looking for chemists from all job sectors. The greater the diversity we have among the volunteers, the better the experience will be for the students.
We are excited that you will be participating in the “Undergraduate Speed Networking with Chemistry Professionals” event and we look forward to meeting and working with you in San Francisco.
Senior Program Manager
Undergraduate Programs Office
American Chemical Society
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