ACS CAREER NAVIGATOR™
Skills to Succeed
It has never been more important than in today’s global economy for chemist and related professionals to develop and maintain a range of skills to succeed and thrive in their career.
To assist in the increasingly competitive landscape, the American Chemical Society brings you the ACS Career Navigator™, your competitive edge in a global workforce.
Tool for ACS Members
This exciting tool is your home for career services, leadership development, professional education and market intelligence resources created specifically for ACS members.
Achieve Your Goals
Whatever your career goals, the ACS Career Navigator™ is here to help you achieve and exceed them.
Refresh your skills or branch into new areas with training from ACS Professional Education. Courses taught by our expert instructors give you the opportunity to stay on top of new technology, growing trends in the industry and the skills you need to advance your career.
Our training is divided into seven areas of concentration. As an ACS Member, you can save up to $200:
- Professional Development
ACS Career Services provides a growing list of offerings to our members seeking a career change. Achieve your career goals with our resources to help you stand out in a crowd. Our member-only resources include:
The ACS Leadership Development System® is your opportunity to learn essential skills to strengthen your competitive edge in today’s global economy. This competency-based curriculum of self-paced online and in-person facilitated courses teaches critical skills that are applicable to any leadership situation. ACS members receive the added benefit of being able to take courses for free with a $50 refundable deposit required only for in-person courses.
Leadership courses focus on core competency areas proven to differentiate outstanding leaders in corporate and other organizational environments. Take a course in these areas:
- Personal capability
- Interpersonal skills
- Building Character
- Focusing on results
- Setting a clear direction