Propel Your Career Forward

Take the next steps to advance your career by attending Early Career Forum or any of the 12 Career Development Workshops during ENDO 2019. Whether you are just starting your career, are looking to transition or to explore new options, or just want advice, we’ve got you covered. Early Career Forum is held Friday, March 22, from 8:00 AM–6:00 PM, and the 12 Career Development Workshops are held throughout the conference (Saturday, March 23–Tuesday, March 26).

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Early Career Forum

Designed exclusively for students and fellows, this interactive forum provides a robust schedule of career development sessions in basic science and clinical endocrinology. Hear from distinguished scientists and clinicians as they share advice and perspectives on career choices and the importance of building a strong career strategy to get you where you want to be. With over forty sessions on topic areas such as:

  • How Did I Get Here? - Tracing Career Journeys
  • Master the Art of the Search: CV and Job Search Tips
  • Master the Art of the Search: Interview Skills and Chalk Talk Tips
  • Know Your Options: Career Paths Within Clinical Endocrinology and Research
  • Maximize the Value of Your Deal: Negotiations Strategies
  • Practical Tips to Consider for Early Career Scientists: Finding Your Fit in Clinical Practice
  • Funding Options for Early Career Scientists
  • Funding for Foreign Medical Graduates and Scientists
  • Invest in Mentoring: How to Develop and Optimize a Mentoring Relationship
  • Get Your Groove Back! Tips to Achieving Life Balance and Personal Resilience

View all the sessions and presenters in our Online Meeting Planner.

See why your peers are participating in Early Career programs at ENDO 2019 and why you should too.

Note: Early Career Forum is a preconference event and requires a separate registration. Register today or add to an existing ENDO registration.

Career Development Workshops

These professional development sessions are for anyone seeking help navigating their career. From learning how to communicate your work to the public to grant writing for specific aims and from tips setting up your clinical practice to hearing from program directors, our sessions tackle your biggest challenges.

Meet the Program Directors: Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development—Representatives from NICHD will discuss the Institute's new Strategic Plan and what it means for investigators.

Early Career Forum

Career Pathways

Practical Skills

Career Transitions