Resume ‘How To’ Workshop for Biomedical Research and Science Graduate Students

You’ll spend years of your PhD or Masters degree developing lab skills and publishing research – but how do you present that to potential employers? The MGA at CCS has invited Ana Rusulet from the Monash Career Connect deliver a workshop on resume and CV writing specifically for graduates in biomedical research and science.

This session won’t cover the usual “spell your name right” tips – it’s about presenting lab and academic based experience. She will cover how to showcase your published papers, conference proceedings, grants and more . The workshop will also focus on the different requirements between industry and academia and get tips on what employers are looking for.