You can use informational interviewing to get a job, change careers, or advance in your current role.
Learn a few easy ways to get started in science communication or SciComm in this post.
Sheeva Azma talks about why it’s okay to quit things sometimes to make room for better stuff.
Read about social media influencer and blogger — and, recently, also a homeschool teacher — Elaine Chaya.
Learn about how to affect political change in Washington, D.C. in Sheeva Azma’s guide to effective science advocacy on Capitol Hill.
As a student of science, you have many career opportunities beyond working in the ivory tower which you may not have even considered. Learn about alternative careers in science in this post by Sheeva Azma and Nidhi Parekh.
Uncertainty is one of the most stressful parts of the pandemic. Learn about how to manage stress and achieve balance in the pandemic in this post by Kelly Tabbutt of Fancy Comma, LLC.
Knowing about “soft” and “hard” skills can improve your ability to get a job across various sectors. Kelly Tabbutt of Fancy Comma, LLC talks about soft and hard skills and how to self-inventory them both to help you in a new career venture.
Learn about how to communicate science effectively on social media sites such as Twitter in this article by Fancy Comma, LLC’s Sheeva Azma, a scientist and science writer.
In this post, Nidhi Parekh of The Shared Microscope discusses entrepreneurship and travel in COVID-19, and how working from home can set you up for remote work at your favorite vacation destinations once the pandemic is over.