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ACS Spring 2023
March 26-30, 2023
Indianapolis, IN & Hybrid
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Let ACS help you navigate your career journey with tools, personal coaching and networking.
Promoting excellence in science education and outreach
Learn about financial support for future and current high school chemistry teachers.
Find a chemistry community of interest and connect on a local and global level.
Collaborate with scientists in your field of chemistry and stay current in your area of specialization.
Explore the interesting world of science with articles, videos and more.
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Uncover the Chemistry in Everyday Life
Celebrating and advancing your work with awards, grants, fellowships & scholarships.
Recognizing ACS local sections, divisions and other volunteers for their work in promoting chemistry.
Todd Alam stresses the importance of setting priorities and learning to say 'no'
Bill Carroll provides advice on how to determine when it is the right time to leave a project or job
Mevan Dissanayake shares an expanded view on networking for finding employment
Lori Ana Valentin explains how to become more resilient
Ruchi Tandon says successful re-entry pivots on preparation and planning
Allen Clauss helps you decide if consulting is right for you
ACS Career Consultant Kristin Nuzzio shares ideas to make introverts more comfortable, and productive
ACS Career Consultants Marciano Bagnoli and Ruchi Tandon provide thier advice on how to approach this often-difficult decision
Spend time in advance to optimize your chances for success
First step is to take a personal inventory of the skills you currently have and those you want to acquire
Allen Clauss recommends a simple 3-step model for coping with change in the workplace
Kristin Nuzzio shares three tips for getting the most out of these meetings
Adam Myers shares ways to keep your name on your contacts’ radar without being obtrusive
The approach to this often awkward question can actually be pretty black or white
A detailed blueprint to help even the most introverted among us become more proficient at networking
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