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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
2 months ago

FEMA - Diversity Virtual Career Fair - April 23

FEMA and the Equal Opportunity Publications are hosting a (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) STEM Diversity Career Expo on Friday , April 23.

The expo is designed to bring industry and government together with members of minority groups, women and people with disabilities in the Science, Technology Engineering, and Math, (STEM) career disciplines.

Who is encouraged to attend?

  • Current college students
  • Recent college graduates
  • Entry-level job seekers
  • Experienced professionals

Anyone in who fits within these target of candidates with career interests in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.

Job candidates represent all members of minority groups and diverse cultures, including people with disabilities, women and veterans.

For more expo details and to register for this exciting FEMA career opportunity go to FEMA - STEM Diversity Career Expo

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Find Your Future LA
over 6 months ago

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Find Your Future LA
over 6 months ago

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over 6 months ago

entry level psychology research assistant

Hi, I am looking for a part time, full time, volunteer, or internship.

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Michael Sorgenfrei
over 6 months ago

Senior Exploration Geophysicist

I am a senior exploration geophysicist with extensive Atlantic Margin experience seeking new opportunities.

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Nurullah Arslan
over 6 months ago

Researcher

Research in Biomedical Technology and Bioengineering

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Robert Lewis
over 6 months ago

Out-of-State Job Hunt

I am currently searching for biotech/pharma opportunities in some of the biotech 'hotbeds' of Boston, San Diego, San Fran, Seattle, etc. but unfortunately reside in South Carolina. Would love to hear advice from anyone that has successfully found an out-of-state job!

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Lori Gonzalez
over 6 months ago

terminated back in may

I was told i wasnt needed anymore after working for 5 years at a well known hospital in my area. I was temporary relief. I made a small mistake that my manager fired me. He was overheard saying that he wanted me out because he got into trouble for not doing his job and I was involved. My career as a nuclear medicine technologist is ruined. It is very hard to find a job in my field but now it is worse I tried fighting it with the union but because we are not allowed to pay dues they couldnt help. I even went to the CEO. No help

I need a job Im also a certified respiratory thereapist doing treatments in private offices for stress tests. I havent worked in a hospital as a crtt since 1997. I have keep up my license and my ceus. I just need someone to give me a chance. I just want to work.

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Diana Hardt
over 6 months ago

Parent

I have a 24 year old who is a graduate from Texas A & M, bio medical science and wildlife and fisheries bachelor's degree. She loves photography and traveling and would very much like to find something related to her fields. Any job opportunities or referrals would be appreciated.

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Gabriel Garcia
over 6 months ago

So fustrating

I have been working on a career change for almost 2 years now. I have my BS in molecular microbiology and can't get hired anywhere. I have over 10 years of experience as a project manager that almost got me divorced. I apply to at least 5 different positions every morning and never hear anything back. I've only been on one interview that I felt went really well I sent a thank you letter and never heard back. The crazy part is is I did what everyone told me to do by getting another degree and all it left me is underemployed working part time tutoring kids of the very wealthy. I am at the point of giving up throwing in the towel and going back to a job that gave me high stress, low pay and endless weekends working instead of spending time with my family.

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