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?
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.
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I worked as a laboratory analysist and quality control also sometimes I walked in the fill n parking unit of the production.
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!
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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I have had extensive work experience in synthesis and growth of graphene on conductive substrate by different methods for photovoltaic applications (DSSCs and polymer solar cell). I also have had many collaborations in the field of graphene’s applications in sensor, supercapacitor, photocatalytic and biomedical devices. Moreover, I have 12 years experience in teaching various courses which is related to the physics department, giving me varied skills and the ability to work with many different types of students.