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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on December 22, 2013. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on December 22, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Schooling Intern||New York, NY|
|Program Assistant - Collaborative Programs STEM Initiatives||New York, NY|
|Executive Assistant to the Executive Vice President of Advancement||New York, NY|
|Advocacy Coordinator||New York, NY|
|Institute of Human Development and Social Change, Institute Director/Professor, Tenured||New York, NY|
|Head of Actuary||Armonk, NY|
|UX Researcher||San Diego, CA|
|Assistant Instructor||New York, NY|
|Assistant Principal||New York, NY|
|IT Project Manager/It System Administrator||San Mateo, CA|
Yesterday we talked about how living in a big city after college can give you access to all kinds of organizations that will help you meet people in places that you want to be. Some, like yesterday’s CUP, are geared towards broader audiences of professionals, while others, like today’s The New York Academy of Sciences, have a more specific focus. The aforementioned organization is a New York, NY based “international, nonprofit membership organization working to advance scientific knowledge, mobilize science to address major global challenges, and increase the number of scientifically informed individuals in society.” It’s coming up on two centuries of existence, and today they boast more than 20,000 members worldwide.
Many of the biggest names in science are or have been members of The New York Academy of Sciences. These include “U.S. Presidents Jefferson and Monroe, Thomas Edison, Louis Pasteur, Charles Darwin, Margaret Mead, and Albert Einstein.” Still, anyone can join and support The Academy’s three-fold mission of advancing scientific research and knowledge, supporting scientific literacy, and promoting the resolution of society’s global challenges through science-based solutions. Members get access to a wide variety of scientific programs and events. They also get a magazine subscription and online access to the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. If being a member sounds good, you may also want to check out The New York Academy of Sciences’ Careers page. Right now they’re looking for a Marketing Coordinator and a Program Coordinator – Blavatnik Awards.
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