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Career Center

Visit the AGU 2009 Fall Meeting Career Center website and find a great new employee or an exciting new job opportunity! Submit your resume, browse jobs, or post a position!

Job seekers

Career Center
Monday through Friday, 0930h–1800h
Moscone South Exhibition Hall

Visit the Career Center website and find a great new employee or an exciting new job opportunity!

This year's Career Center marks the debut of AGU's new online resource designed to not only help you find the best job opportunities in the Earth and space sciences, but also connect with employers and set up interviews.

The new AGU 2009 Fall Meeting Career Center provides:

  • Pre-Event Scheduling - Via our job board, you can select your schedule by marking your availability to allow employers to set up an interview with you during the Fall Meeting.
  • Confidentiality - Registered job seekers maintain personalized calendars for quick, easy and confidential scheduling of interviews.
  • Customer Service - Customer service support available 8:30am–5:30pm EST Monday-Friday to help set you up.

Don't miss this opportunity to connect with the best employers in the Earth and space sciences!

The Student Lounge next to the Career Center will feature career-related talks and workshops throughout the week. Check the board outside the Student Lounge for details.

Employers

Career Center
Monday through Friday, 0930h–1800h
Moscone South Exhibition Hall

The American Geophysical Union (AGU) will debut the 2009 Fall Meeting Career Fair, a new online resource designed to not only help you recruit qualified Earth and space science professionals, but also connect with job seekers and set up interviews in advance of the upcoming AGU 2009 Fall Meeting in San Francisco!

The new AGU 2009 Fall Meeting Career Fair will help streamline your hiring process with:

  • Pre-Event Scheduling - Via our job board, you can search the availability of job seekers attending the meeting and schedule an interview with them.
  • Confidentiality - Registered employers maintain personalized calendars for quick, easy and confidential interview scheduling.
  • Customer Service - Customer service support available 8:30am-5:30pm EST Monday-Friday to help set you up.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to be seen by an exclusive audience of the Earth and space sciences' brightest and best!

Career Opportunities Networking Lunch

Wednesday, 16 December
1230h–1330h
InterContinental Hotel Grand Ballroom

Sharpen your networking skills and win a Flip camera! Discuss career possibilities with scientists and employers in sectors other than academia. Seating is limited; the first 250 students to collect a ticket from the Career Center beforehand will be admitted. This program has been made possible by generous support from Chevron, ExxonMobil Corporation, and Swiss Reinsurance.

Career talks in Student Lounge at the AGU 2009 Fall Meeting Career Center

Learn about AGU members' careers in areas other than academia and get advice on how to find a rewarding job!

Monday 14 December
Moscone South, Room 234
1400h–1500h Richard Bouchard of NOAA's Data Buoy Center
1500h–1600h David Porush of MentorNet, an eMentoring site
Tuesday 15 December
1000h–1100h Maeve Boland, AGU's current Congressional Science Fellow
1100h–1200h Jeremy Fisher of Synapse Energy Economics, an energy and policy consulting firm
1300h–1400h Dave Johnson of LI-COR Biosciences
1400h–1500h Lydia Dicaprio of ExxonMobil
1500h–1600h David Porush of MentorNet, an eMentoring site
Wednesday 16 December
1000h–1100h Laura Reynolds of National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON - also in Booth 335 of Exhibit Hall)
1100h–1200h Ida Buffone of I.M. Systems Group presents a workshop Resume Myths and Secrets Exposed. Documents used in presentation:
1430h–1530h Dhananjay Kumar, Research Geophysicist, Chevron Energy Technology Co
1530h–1630h Jon Price, State Geologist of Nevada
Thursday 17 December
1030h–1130h Vasily Titov of NOAA's Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
1400h–1500h Nick Austin, Imperial Oil Ltd. Canada

Check the notice board in the Student Lounge daily as more talks get scheduled!