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Emerging Professionals and Students

DIA 2018

As an emerging professional or student, you will have access to the largest, longest-running event in the life sciences industry with countless opportunities to network, learn, and grow with professionals from every sector of the life sciences and every career stage.

This is your chance to share your own thoughts and create new connections for your professional development and engage with students and emerging professionals from around the world.

Program Highlights

Student and Young Professional Forum
June 27 | 11:00AM-12:00PM ET
This one hour interactive session will utilize prerecorded materials about the current state of the drug industry and jobs outlooks, as well as a live session with panelists who will share with students and young/new/emerging professionals their career paths and tips for securing those “first jobs” and answer questions from participants.

Student and Young Professionals Resume Workshop
June 27 | 1:00-2:00PM ET
This interactive workshop will introduce students and young/new/emerging professionals to the fundamentals of resume/CV writing skills. Participants will be able to understand the difference between a resume and a curriculum vitae. The workshop will also discuss components of an effective document; action verbs, transferable skills, KSAs, value-added bullet points, etc. Common mistakes and information to not include on the documents due to legal considerations and self-protection from identity theft will also be discussed.

Virtual Interviewing
June 27 | 3:00-4:00PM ET


Registration Criteria

Registration to the virtual DIA 2021 Global Annual Meeting includes the sessions selected in this program as well as access to the other 200+ live and on-demand sessions across 13 educational tracks, our ePoster gallery, networking sessions, and the virtual exhibit hall.

Students
Registration Rates: Complimentary

Students eligible for complimentary registration rates must provide documentation of enrollment of at least 12 undergraduate hours or 9 graduate hours annually in a degree or certificate-granting academic program in an accredited academic institution, whose content is consistent with the mission of DIA. Students who are currently employed full-time are not eligible. Documentation required for the application include your student identification and your 2020-2021 course schedule.
The deadline to submit an application is June 15.

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