DocEntreprise. Docteurs en SHS acteurs de leur projet professionnelSéminaire 1/5 :"S’OUVRIR. Travailler dans le secteur privé après le doctorat" DocEntreprise.
Docteurs en SHS acteurs de leur projet professionnel Séminaire n°1/5 / « S’OUVRIR. Travailler dans le secteur privé après le doctorat » organisé par l’association Hist’Art ! Si la France forme entre 10000 et 11000 docteurs par an, moins de 15 % envisageraient une poursuite de carrière hors du secteur académique. Considérant ces éléments, l’objectif du projet « DocEntreprise. Ce cycle de séminaires professionnels, soutenu par la Région Île-de-France, l'ISCC et Adoc Talent Management, s’adresse à tous les doctorants et jeunes docteurs en SHS.
Nous espérons vous y retrouver nombreux pour réfléchir avec nous à l'insertion, la mobilité et l’épanouissement professionnels des docteurs en SHS dans le secteur privé. 12h45 Accueil des participants. MyGradSkills.ca – Top 10 Tips on Making the Transition from PhD to Whatever Comes Next. Schuman - The Graduate Student Caucus of the Modern Languages. Quelques conseils pour préparer son insertion professionnelle extra-universitaire. Le lundi 18 juin 2012, ENthèSe organisait, en partenariat avec trois autres associations de jeunes chercheurs, un après-midi d’information sur l’insertion professionnelle des docteurs en SHS.
Sujet à la mode, cette question a déjà fait l’objet de plusieurs enquêtes et rencontres entre les représentants de l’Université et ceux de l’entreprise : Association Bernard Grégory (ABG) et MEDEF en 2007 : « Pourquoi se priver des docteurs ? »Mise en place du Contrat doctoral unique et contrat CIFREConfédération des jeunes chercheurs : reconnaître le doctorat comme expérience proEnquête APEC – Deloitte conseil : « Les besoins en compétences dans les métiers de la recherche à l’horizon 2020 » décembre 2010Enquête Adoc Talent Management, Compétences et employabilité des docteurs, janvier 2012Journée pour l’Emploi des Doctorants en SHS, janvier 2012, Universités Lyon 2 et Lyon 3 La valorisation des compétences Le projet professionnel et le réseau. Le profil professionnel des docteurs. ABG - L'intelli'agence - La référence internationale pour l'information, l'accompagnement et l'emploi des docteurs.
Confessions of a raging experimentaholic: Letters to a young academic. I enjoyed Rainer Marie Rilke’s excellent book Letters to a Young Poet, where the older poet gave advice to a younger, aspiring poet.
Recently, a few undergraduates asked me about whether they should attend psychology graduate school. The following is the essence of my reply: In my method and theory class, I give assignments to students in which they have to design and carry out their own experiment. Since they have never had to do this, most students express dismay and frustration, and they complain like there’s no tomorrow, but I don’t relent. But the funny thing is that the most common thing they do is look around the room, notice the horrible shade of yellow in the walls of the Armitage Hall where I teach, and they look down and see a quiz before them. Advanced Degrees at BCG - Advanced Degrees at BCG - PhDs. Many PhDs and post-docs at BCG say they considered a consulting career for the growth and challenge a career beyond academia can offer, and because of their true curiosity about business problems.
As BCG consultants, they find they can apply their intellectual and problem-solving skills in the business setting while working with BCG project teams to make a real impact on their client's most pressing issues. Whether someone's background is in life science, physical science, or a humanities field, PhDs and post-docs who come to BCG know that we will give them the opportunity to apply their expertise in a particular field, like health care.
And others know they can choose to work in industries that they may have never been exposed to, such as financial services, consumer goods, insurance, or energy. The Six Ways You’re Acting Like a Grad Student (And how that’s killing you on the job market) For the next few months I will be posting the “best of the best” Professor is in blog posts on the job market, for the benefit of all those girding their loins for the 2013-2014 market.
Today we have another Special Request post, this one coming from Liz, who asks, “You’re always telling us ‘not to act like graduate students.’ But how do I know when I’m doing it??” Thanks for asking this, Liz. It is an excellent question, especially at the start of the conference and job season. O, you graduate students! Wandering Scientist: Becoming Me, Part II. As I mentioned in the weekend links post, I've been really busy lately.
It has been a good busy- a lot of things I set in motion in the early part of January came back around in the last couple of weeks. (I write in more detail about my business activities in my monthly newsletter- I prefer to keep those details out of this blog. The next issue comes out this upcoming Friday.) I'd also agreed back in December to give a talk based on the first part of Navigating the Path to Industry, and that talk was on Friday. Five Transferable Skills All Ph.D. Holders Have That Others Don’t… PhD Career Ladder Program. Stories of people who found their niche - The Niche Movement.
“Lean In & Show Yourself “ This interview with Alena Gerst covers everything from how to get into the psychology field, performing arts or just how to make it as a 20 something year old.
After coming to NYC to pursue her career in performing arts a few years later she was worn down and became ill. That is when she discovered mind/body wellness practices to complement her healing, and was inspired to become a licensed psychotherapist and certified yoga instructor. The Only Online Career Hub Dedicated to Higher Education.
A Scholar's Touch. Researcher professional development. Public Humanities at Western - Western University. What can you do with that PhD?: FAQs about non-academic jobs. Oystir. Get a PhD—but leave academia as soon as you graduate - Quartz. 'How to secure a job after your PhD' - #jobsQ Hangout On Air. Transition Q & A: Sarah-Louise Quinnell. Transition Q & A: Sarah-Louise Quinnell Posted on February 6, 2014 by Jennifer Polk Sarah-Louise Quinnell earned her PhD in geography from King’s College London.
She’s now the learning and development manager for the online tutoring service Mactrac, which is part of Macmillan Digital Education. Find Sarah online at her website, SarahLouQ.co.uk, and follow her @sarahthesheepu. PhD Talk: Preparing for life after the PhD: re-train your brain. Today, I have the pleasure to host Dr Chris Humphrey who shines his light on that dreaded topic of getting a job after the PhD.
Dr Humphrey is the founder of Jobs on Toast, a blog dedicated to helping masters students and PhDs to find fulfilling careers outside of academia. Chris obtained his PhD in Medieval Studies from the University of York (UK) in 1997, and he is the author of The Politics of Carnival: Festive Misrule in Medieval England. Since leaving academia in 2000, Chris has worked in a range of project and programme management roles in the areas of sustainability, finance, transport and training. Helping graduate students and PhDs envision, prepare for, and excel in non-academic careers since 1999. Home » Escape the Ivory Tower.
Lilli Research Group. How to get help and advice when applying for jobs outside academia. As a PhD applying for jobs outside academia, getting help and advice with your job search can be a real challenge.
While PhDs looking for academic posts can ask their supervisors and careers staff for assistance, those of us wanting to work outside of higher education may find ourselves with no-one to turn to. Feelings of isolation, low self-confidence and failure can often creep in. But when we’re starting out on the journey and adventure of forging a new career, we ought to be feeling positive, energised and upbeat about what we can offer the world! 10 Things Smart PhDs Do NOT Put On Their Industry Résumés. What are you supposed to do when you send hundreds of résumés out and get nothing back but a few automated responses?
This is the question I was trying to answer my last year of graduate school. I literally sent out hundreds of résumés. I posted my resume to Monster.com and waited for the tidal wave of industry job offers to roll in. Yeah…that didn’t happen. I polished up a generic résumé and uploaded it to dozens of industry job websites. Job-Seeker, Market Thyself! Thoughts on Not Finding My “Brand” The following is a guest post from Sarah S. If you would like to contribute your own post about leaving academia, finding new employment, or any other topic, please contact us! A current trend in career advice is to build your “brand” in order to better “sell” yourself to prospective employers and control your career trajectory.(*) In this digital age, the thinking goes, employers can find out all about people online and it behooves the jobseeker/career builder to stand out from the crowd with focused, personalized branding.
I mean, if it works for soda and tennis shoes and software companies, why not you? Transitioning academics likewise receive this branding advice. In fact, the difficulty of translating academic experience to employers in the “real world” makes concise, coherent branding particularly attractive. The Academy, at least in the Humanities, traditionally eschews this kind of corporate speak. I tried the branding thing. Get Started. PhDs.org: graduate school rankings and career resources. Home > Resources > Finding a Job. PhDs.org: Jobs for PhDs, graduate school rankings, and career resources. Integrative Academic Solutions. All In Networking. I help PhDs find jobs and careers outside academia. SellOutYourSoul. PhDs at Work - A Professional Network for PhDs working across Industries. The Personal MBA - Master the Art of Business.