Questioning Career Transition Group workshop series – Spring Quarter 2015

Questioning Career Transition Group (QCTG) for PhDs

Spring 2015 | Career Services Center

Sessions: Wednesdays, April 22 – May 20
2:00-3:30pm (5-consecutive session commitment)


This unique, five-session series of classes helps doctoral students through the often difficult decision-making process of whether to pursue an academic faculty career or an alternative.  Past participants range from 1st – 8th+ year PhD students with some questioning the completion of their doctoral degree and others their career trajectory upon earning a PhD.

Upon completion of the group, participants felt more confident in:

  • Their ability to pursue career choices that correspond with their life priorities,
    interests and personal values.
  • Identifying their transferable skills and accomplishments acquired as a Ph.D. student.
  • Taking control of their career decision making process.
  • Recognizing how their personality type and interests are compatible with potential careers.
  • Achieving their career goals!

“100% of past participants would recommend this course to a fellow PhD student!” *

Facilitators:

 Christina Lambert, PhD: Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)

Giulia Hoffmann, PhD: Graduate Student Advisor, Career Services Center (CSC)

 

 REGISTER TODAY

 FEE: $35.00, space is limited to first 15 PhD students registered and paid in full**

Register (required), directly @ https://ad-machform.ucsd.edu/forms_sso/view.php?id=61144

Questions? Please call Giulia Hoffmann at 858.534.0141

 

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