Career Events for College of Sciences: March (Career) Madness Begins Today!
March (Career) Madness is Here!
Each Tuesday in March at 5:30pm, there will be a career event targeting undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Sciences. You can register for any (or all) of the March (Career) Madness events here.
3/2 – Bench to Business TODAY! (for undergrads & grads)
- Starting to think about exploring career paths outside of academia and/or teaching?
- Want to learn about moving from being a sciences student to business professional?
- Come hear from a panel of 3 NC State alumni discuss how they transitioned from sciences to corporate (2 alumni are Ph.D.s in chemistry, 1 has a BS in math).
- Zoom link for Bench to Business (please still register so we may track attendance); Meeting ID: 934 3374 3616, Passcode: 371564
3/9 – Law School for Sciences (for undergrads & grads)
- Law schools and firms are targeting STEM students for a wide range of reasons, especially because there is a big need in IP and patent law.
- Come listen to deans & senior directors from UNC Law, NCCU Law, Michigan State Law, and Georgia State Law schools discuss their unique programs for STEM students.
- Ask questions and learn about a potential career path you might have not explored!
3/16 – Pi Day (for undergrads & grads)
- This is the 4th scheduled Pi Day event! (Last year’s was canceled due to COVID)
- Not interested in research or teaching and not certain what you can do with your math, stats, and/or physics degree(s)?
- Speak with employers to learn about career paths with their organizations for math, stats, and physics undergrads & grads!
3/23 – Chem & Bio Industry Networking Night (for undergrads & grads)
- This is an opportunity for chemistry, biology, microbiology, genetics, zoology, IPN, & MCD students to speak directly with employers and learn more about potential career paths.
3/30 – How to Grad School (for undergrads)
- Curious about grad school? Know you want to go to grad school but want to hear from program coordinators and current grad students?
- This event is an opportunity to learn about grad school from the staff & faculty that run graduate programs in addition to the students currently enrolled.
- Learn about applying, managing your time & expectations, and what it’s really like.
Please reach out to the career counselor for the College of Sciences, Wes Wade at email@example.com. Also, each March (Career) Madness event can be found in ePACK under Events > Workshops > search for “madness” (Pi Day + Chem & Bio Networking Night are under Events > Career Fairs).