PCS: How to Evaluate, Build, and Highlight Transferable and Career Relevant Skills 


Thursday, February 20, 2020, 3:00pm to 4:30pm


TMEC 306, 260 Longwood Ave.

This event is part of the Preparing for Career Success series
Workshop Description: In this seminar, Propel Careers will provide insight on how to evaluate transferable skills and which skills are valued in various careers. Through this seminar, Propel will highlight common non‐scientific skills that scientists can apply towards their desired career for research and non‐research based roles. Propel will provide guidance on how to package scientific and non‐scientific skills on resumes, cover letters, and during interviews.
Speaker Info: Lauren Celano is the co-founder and CEO of Propel Careers, a life science search and career development firm focused on connecting talented individuals with entrepreneurial life sciences companies.  Propel works with current leaders and actively cultivates future leaders through full time placement, internships, mentoring, career coaching, and networking.  Propel Careers is engaged  across all areas of life sciences, including therapeutics, medical devices, healthcare IT, diagnostics, consulting, venture capital, and investment banking. Full bio
Upcoming workshops in this series:
How to Identify Opportunities and Roles and Best Practices for Job Searching (4.2.20)
Looking your Best on Paper: Building a Resume and Cover Letter for Industry (5.6.20)