Everyone talks about the need networking in research. Everyone always tell you networking is how to make job connections. And, everyone says they intend to do a lot of networking “at that big meeting coming up.” Everyone says that stuff – but do they really know what they’re doing? And, especially if you are a young science professional, how do you even start to learn anything about networking?
The American Association for the Advancement of Science may have the answers. The AAAS is sponsoring a free, live webinar titled Networking: Building Solid Career Connections on Wednesday, April 14 at 12 noon Eastern Time.
“This webinar will look at various networking strategies and focus on giving you nuts and bolts advice that you can apply to your own networking attempts. After the event, you’ll be better prepared to build strong professional relationships with networking.”
Check it out.