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PREPARING TO TEACH AND ADVISE BIOMEDICAL GRAD STUDENTS AND POSTDOCS AROUND CAREER AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A TRAIN-THE-TRAINERS EVENT

The NIH Office of Intramural Training & Education is hosting the third "Train-the-Trainers" event for advisors, staff and faculty who provide career and professional development programming and guidance to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers in the biomedical sciences.

Audience:

  • Leaders and administrators of graduate programs and postdoctoral offices
  • Career development professionals working with biomedical scientists/trainees

Why should you attend?

Start or add-to the trainings that you provide at your campus! Our goal is for you to gain the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to implement the content at your institution.

Take a look at the agenda

Content themes:

  • Career Advising: improve your career consultations using theories and practices from career counseling
  • Conflict and Feedback: understand conflict theories and feedback methods that you can utilize to develop your own presentations and improve your 1:1 conflict advising with trainees
  • Wellness and resiliency: build knowledge and advising skills to address common challenges our trainees face that hinder their success as scientists. Topics include, wellness, resiliency, stress, anxiety, depression, stereotype threat, imposter phenomenon, and more

Dates: July 20-21, 2020

Location: Bethesda, Maryland on the NIH campus

Registration:

  • Registration is now open!  Click here to register.  If you have any questions regarding registration, please email us at OITE-T3@od.nih.gov
  • There is no fee to attend this training, however advance registration is required and total attendance will be capped at 250 people
  • Participants are responsible for their own travel, food and lodging.