SILS career lunch

SILS Career Lunches aim to expose you to a variety of different career paths and stimulate you to start your own career development. The concept? 1,5 hours around lunchtime to let yourself be inspired by people who faced the same difficult decisions and fears about the future and eventually found the right path.

For every event, we invite 3-4 guests with a Life Science PhD to talk about their specific career choices and experiences. In small groups, you have the opportunity to ask questions about those choices, ranging from the decision-making process in the beginning to specific job requirements or simple descriptions of day-to-day tasks. All of that while enjoying a free lunch!

Joining a Career Lunch is not about finding your dream job right now.  But it will get you started with networking and provide you with more insights to make an informed decision in the future.

Upcoming Career Lunch dates

6 September 2018 (SILS Career Borrel)

For this 11th edition we will host:
            • Gabriela Plucinska, PhD – Freelance Scientific Writer / Data Visualization Designer,  Self employed

            • Cathy Cailotto, PhD – Project manager, Elsevier

            • Rafael Chan, PhD – Biotech Breeder, Enza Zaden

Register via this link


Other FNWI Institutes have similar career events where you are welcome as well.

Keep an eye out for the posters and invitation emails with registration details!

 

Questions about the lunches or suggestions for themes?

Contact Chiat, Eike, Ernesto, Katrin and Stefania

  • dr. S.C. (Chiat) Cheong

    FNWI career service

    C.Cheong@uva.nl | T: 0205255886

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  • Dr K.E. (Katrin) Wiese

    Postdoc at Molecular Cytology

    K.E.Wiese@uva.nl | T: 0205257936

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  • Ms E.K. (Eike) Mahlandt MSc

    PhD candidate at Molecular Cytology

    e.k.mahlandt@uva.nl |

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  • Ms S. (Stefania) Astrologo MSc

    PhD candidate at Synthetic Systems Biology and Nuclear Organisation

    S.Astrologo@uva.nl |

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Published by  Swammerdam Institute

28 August 2018