Resumes: Get Noticed, Get Hired (Webinar)
Thursday, July 12, 2018
Want to stand out in the job-hunt? Have a strong resume. When done correctly, these documents can display your personality and skills while highlighting what you have to offer to a potential employer. However, what does a strong resume look like? ACS on Campus is presenting a FREE webinar on building a strong resume on Thursday, July 12 at 2:00 PM EDT and 11:00 AM PDT.
You’ll hear from Dr. Amanda Riojas, the Chair and Founder of the ACS Local Section Women Chemist Committee in Austin Texas as well as Dr. Shubham Vyas, a tenure-track assistant professor from the Colorado School of Mines.
Join professionals from the commercial and academic worlds for advice on how to properly tailor your resume, common pitfalls to avoid, and how to have the competitive edge to get hired. Register today!
Shubham Vyas, Ph.D.
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Colorado School of Mines
Dr. Shubham Vyas is a tenure-track assistant professor at Colorado School of Mines in the Department of Chemistry. He obtained his B.Sc. degree in Physics-Chemistry-Mathematics from MLSU Udaipur (India) followed by his M.Sc. degree in Physical Chemistry from IIT Bombay. He conducted his doctoral work at The Ohio State University under the supervision of Prof. Christopher M. Hadad. After graduate school, he worked with Prof. Platz as a postdoctoral fellow before he came to Colorado School of Mines as a Camille and Henry Dreyfus Postdoctoral Fellow in Environmental Chemistry. Subsequently, he accepted a tenure track assistant professor position.
Amanda Riojas, Ph.D.
Manager, Scientific Computing Group, Brewer Science
Chair and Founder of the Central Texas Local Section, American Chemical Society, Women Chemists Committee
Dr. Amanda G. Riojas lives in Austin, TX, and manages the Scientific Computing Group for Brewer Science, based in Rolla, MO. In addition to The Chemist magazine, Dr. Riojas’s work as a Contributing Author can be found at the Scientista Foundation Advice Blog and Fairygodboss.com, where her articles have also been syndicated. In her spare time, Dr. Riojas advocates for women in STEM and for graduate education as Chair of the Central Texas Local Section Women Chemists Committee and ACS Corporate Associates Committee Liaison.