Join the Union of Concerned Scientists' Science Network for a free webinar on 
scientific careers in public engagement on Tuesday, October 25.
More and more early career scientists are exploring career paths in science 
policy and public engagement. But what personal and professional development 
opportunities should you be looking for to help you find a job in these fields? 
How do you create a compelling CV or resume for science policy jobs? Join us 
for a webinar with leaders who work in science policy and public engagement to 
find out about resources and opportunities they recommend early career 
scientists take advantage of, and what they're looking for on applications for 
jobs or fellowships related to science policy and public engagement.

Plan Your Scientific Career: Paths in Public Engagement
<>Date: Tuesday, 
October 25
Time: 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT


-          Yaihara Fortis-Santiago - science alliance director, New York 
Academy of Sciences

-          Ashley Huderson - adjunct professor, University of the District of 
Columbia and current American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) 

-          Melanie Roberts - director, Emerging Leaders in Science and Society, 
This is part of our Science Network Workshop 
Series<>, which provides quarterly 
skills-building webinars for Science Network members who are interested in 
science communication, public engagement, and science policy. For questions, 
please email<>.

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