Science & Technology Guild
The Science & Technology Guild fosters connections between students, alumni, faculty and staff, and community partners who are interested in careers in science and technology. Connections among Guild members lead to opportunities for professional networking, collaborative action, leadership development, and life-long ties to Kalamazoo College.
To join the Science & Technology Guild, please visit The Guilds of Kalamazoo College on LinkedIn.
For more information on involvement, please contact the Center for Career and Professional Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some helpful Career links for those interested in Science & Technology:
Advancing Science, Serving Society (AAAS)—This link provides career development resources for aspiring scientist. Includes jobs search links, fellowships, internships, training information, etc.
Kalamazoo Section of the American Chemical Society—The local chapter of the American Chemical Society is “committed to improving people’s lives in our community…Kalamazoo, Allegan, and Van Buren counties.” They host many free events each year which are open to the public and are a great source for networking.
American Chemical Society—This organization has many resources: a jobs database, career workshops, onsite and virtual job fairs, career consultants, interview practice assistance, short courses, webinars, entrepreneurial resources, and training. Membership fees for students and recent graduates are affordable.
Code for America—A start-up non-profit whose mission is to help transform local government by connecting government innovators, tech-savvy volunteers, and civic startups.
Graduating Engineer and Computer Careers—An original career and information center for young engineering and computer science majors looking to kick-start their careers.
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics—A resource for students in mathematics looking for undergraduate and graduate fellowships and research opportunities.
Search for Summer Research Experiences in all STEM Areas—The Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program supports active research participation by undergraduate students in any of the areas of research funded by the National Science Foundation. Programs are highly competitive.
Research Internships in Science—This link has a compilation of research internships in science as well as medicine, offered nationwide for high school, undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, and graduate students. The compilation is organized by academic level and discipline and the programs are alphabetized according to the name of the sponsoring institution.
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