What is Your Brand?

Join us on September 8 and 15 for this exciting new 2-part workshop led by Amy Aines. Amy is the Founder of Talking STEM- Building Vital Communication Skills to Launch Successful Career and has a website championingscience.com with great resources! The Beyond the PhD team attended a similar workshop series last fall with Amy. Amy truly stunned us with her calm demeanor and valuable insights to the professional world of networking and communication. As a result, we immediately made plans to bring her expertise to the Beyond the PhD Community. If you are a graduate student, postdoc, or alike and you are considering changing your career or switching positions …this workshop is for you!

In this 2-part workshop attendees will learn how to promote themselves on social media and during the job application process, how to conduct informational interviews, and how to prepare for interviews. Amy has created these interactive workshops with here decades of experience working with and teaching STEM graduates and early career professionals’ vital communication methods for effectively championing their ideas and building support for their work. She also teaches essential success skills for the workplace that most scientists, technologists, engineers, and mathematicians didn’t learn in graduate school.

Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to up your game during your next career transition. Or if you are just starting to think about your next career move, Amy will help you bolster your professional social media presence to expand your network.

As an attendee, you will also gain access to our slack channel to complete exercises and review resources that will help you on your career journey. Register today and don’t miss out! Amy has a lot of valuable insights and experience that just may help you land your perfect job and new career. We look
forward to seeing you!


Published by Britt Knight PhD, Director

I received my PhD in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Connecticut. My doctoral research focused on basic mechanisms in peripheral inflammatory pain biology. After, I completed about two years of postdoctoral research understanding how biomaterials can be used to deliver analgesics for treating musculoskeletal pain I transitioned to the Program Coordinator position for the United States Association for the Study of Pain (USASP). I am also the regional Director of CT Junior Science and Humanities Symposium.

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