Career Planning Workshop:
Considering Career Path Alternatives
Monday, 17 May, Delta Centre–Ville Hotel, Verriere A, 6:30 P.M.–8:00 P.M.
A panel of Earth and space scientists working in industry, government, education and academic positions will share their stories and answer questions about the benefits and challenges associated with these various career path alternatives. Recent employment trends for new Ph.D. recipients in these fields will also be summarized. A complimentary reception will follow the formal program.
Monday, 17 May, through Friday, 21 May, Palais des Congrès de Montreal, Exhibit Hall, 8:30 A.M.–5:00 P.M.
AGU continues its acclaimed and successful Career Center, a valuable source for employment positions, current career information, and the latest data on employment trends in the geosciences.
Use the AGU Career Center Employer Pre-registration Form to post your positions, or register on-site. With the Joint Assembly attracting some of the most talented and promising geoscientists, the AGU Career Center is your ideal choice to recruit for positions, meet and interview candidates and access our extensive resume database. All employers must be registered to attend the meeting to participate in this activity.
The Joint Assembly brings together top employers from academe, industry and government. The AGU Career Center provides a full range of job opportunities in the geosciences as well as post-doctoral opportunities, fellowships, and other valuable career information and services. All job candidates must bring 5 copies of their resume for consideration and be registered for the meeting to participate.
To request additional information, please contact Jill Karsten, AGU, 2000 Florida Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20009; Tel: 800-966-2481, ext. 508; Fax: +1-202-328-0566; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Programs Especially for Students
Student Travel Grants
The deadline for Student Travel Grants applications, 19 February 2004, has passed.
For student volunteer opportunities in AGU's Press Room, contact Kara LeBeau at KLeBeau@agu.org.