Are you curious about industry careers but unsure how to begin taking steps to transition from academia to an industry? The Postdoc to Industry series aims to help you get started planning your transition to a career in industry.Register for Postdoc To Industry Sessions
Tamara Mandell, M.E.d.
Director of Biotility
Business Chair, BioFlorida Northeast Chapter
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Anita Rao MS, MBA
Program Director, UF Innovate I Pathways and Tech Licensing
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Medical Science Liaison, AbbVie
Wednesday, May 19th, 2021
Research Scientists, Procter & Gamble
Wednesday, June 23rd, 2021
Blueberry and Genomics Head Breeder, Hortifruit
Wednesday, July 7th, 2021
An informational interview is an informal conversation you have with someone working in an area of interest to you. It is an effective research tool to help you learn about new fields and to broaden your professional network. The Industry Informational Interviews Accountability Group will work together via Microsoft Teams to stay on track with informational interviewing goals.
When, How and Why to Conduct Informational Interviews - Brandy L. Simula, Insider Higher Ed
How to Make the Most of Informational Interviews - Caroline Castrillon, Forbes
How to Get the Most Out of an Informational Interview - Rebecca Knight, Harvard Business Review
The more mentors, the merrier - Erika Moore, Science Magazine
Schedule: Each week members of the accountability group will be asked to briefly post their progress and provide feedback to peers’ progress reports. Accountatilby group tasks will be structured around the UF Career Connections Center Information Interviews worksheet.