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Finding a career that best fits your needs can sometimes be overwhelming. To help young researchers studying at the Chemistry-Biology Interface (CBI) navigate through the multiple career paths available out there, our annual CBI Career Development Conference highlights a diversity of career choices. This event features an extraordinary group of mentors that will share their experiences and journeys to find their dream job. It also provides a unique opportunity for students to learn about bench and non-bench career options and to network with scientists working in different career paths. Sessions cover a wide range of careers including academics, industry, law, tech transfer, consulting, science education, science administration, and science communication, among others.

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