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Career planning for PhD students

Webinars from 23 February - 2 March 2021

Carre after your PhD: This workshop can help you find out where you would like to go. Photo: www.leemaas.de

The majority of PhD holders does not stay in academia, but pursues careers in a variety of fields.

Still, many young scientist struggle with finding out which career path they would like to pursue.

They often do not know which career options exist, and even more importantly, they often have never taken the time to reflect on what kind of work they would actually like to do, and what their values, interests and goals in life are.

This webinar is designed for young scientists, to help them identify their goals, skills, values and interests, discover potential career options in and outside academia and design their own career development plan.

Optional coaching sessions with Dr. Köhler can be arranged during the workshop (approximately 60 minutes with individual feedback and counselling). Details:

Career planning for PhD students
Webinar dates: 23 + 26 February 2021, 2 + 5 March 2021, 10-12 noon
Venue: online via Zoom
Information & registration: https://indico.desy.de/event/27949/
Trainer: Dr. Iris Köhler (The Scientist Coach)



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