Whether you’re a first-semester doctoral candidate or about to defend your dissertation, it’s never too early or late to sharpen skills for career success while still in academia. Learn how to better communicate your work at conferences and when informally networking and how to cultivate leadership skills for career advancement.
Individual Development Plans
Individual Development Plans (IDPs) allow trainees to explore career opportunities and leverage the skills gained throughout doctoral training to pursue the best-fit career option. Learn more about the value of creating an IDP through the myIDP article series.
Check out the below BU’s BEST IDP resources…
- GMS OPDPA Career Development Seminar: How to Use myIDP in Your Career Search
- GMS Professional Development Seminar: Overview of myIDP (1)
- GMS Professional Development Seminar: Overview of myIDP (2)
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