Career Transition Courses at the NIH
for details and registration see www.training.nih.gov/events/upcoming
|Focus on Careers |
May 18, 2017, 3-5 pm followed by BioBuzz
Johns Hopkins University A/R Building
Join us in the back parking lot at Johns Hopkins Montgomery County campus to explore local biotech careers w/ Employers who have open jobs, and two great workforce training organizations that can help you advance your career – Worksource Montgomery & BioTrain. As an added bonus you get to explore the brand new Mobile Exploration Lab (MXLab).
Training Modules Download registration form, sign it, scan it, and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Details and past events on Training Modules tab.)
Biotechnology thrives on talented employees that add to their abilities over time through work experience, seminars, meetings and short courses
|BioInformatics||May 16 and May 18, 2017 6:30pm - 9:00pm Education Center Montgomery College 20200 Observation Dr Germantown, MD 20876 BE160|
Overview of Bioinformatic applications May 16 Employment opportunities and requirements May 18
|Operating in a regulated environment||April 27 and May 4, 11, 2017 6:30pm - 9:00pm Education Center Montgomery College 20200 Observation Dr Germantown, MD 20876 BE160|
Contract Research Organizations (Apr 27) Quality Assurance (May 4) Pharmaceutical Operation and Project Management (May 11)
BIOTrain is a sector partnership of biotechnology companies, government, nonprofits, led by Montgomery College and working together to shape a technical workforce that is ready for today and tomorrow
|April 26, 2017||INDUSTRY: NEGOTIATING OFFERS AND MAKING THE TRANSITION|
11 am- 12 noon Building 35, Room 620/630
NIH Campus, Bethesda MD
(Open and scroll down to Careers)
MOBILE MDBIOLAB VISITS GERMANTOWN
“We are here today to actually introduce job seekers here in Montgomery County to opportunities and careers in biotechnology, life sciences and health sciences,” said Brian Gaines, CEO, MdBio Foundation.
According to Gaines, Montgomery County is the epicenter for biotechnology in the state of Maryland.
“In Maryland, there are over 500 companies that are engaged in biotech, life sciences, health sciences, healthcare information technology, so it is a wide range of companies,” Gaines said. “There are literally thousands of jobs right here in Montgomery County as well as across the state of Maryland.”
The idea of the visit was so job seekers at the county’s One Stop Career Center could learn firsthand about this growing industry. For one, you don’t have to have a college degree in science to land a job in the biotech industry. Read more.