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Whether you're searching for an academic or non-academic position, use this guide to discover more about creating the most effective resumes, curriculum vitae and cover letters.
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Resources for finding your ideal internship or volunteer opportunity!
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Use this guide to find more on how to make the most of LinkedIn to network and find a job.
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Use this guide to help you find out more about your interests and careers that match them!
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Still trying to determine your career path? Use the resources in this guide to explore your career options.
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Resources for finding and applying to graduate programs, financial aid and more.
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How to Use This Guide
Welcome to Simmons Library's guide to Post-Graduate Pre-Professional Programs. Included in this guide are links to and information about regional, national and international career-oriented programs that can serve as a bridge between your college experience and a career field of interest. Organized by subject area, these programs are typically aimed at upper-level undergraduates or recent college graduates and can provide both experience in and preparation for a specific industry without committing to a full-scale degree program.
This is only a selection of the many programs of this type that are available. If you don't find what you are looking for or need help navigating this guide, don't hesitate to contact the author of this guide or Ask a Librarian.
Good luck with your research!
Post-Baccalaureates at the National Institutes of Health
Three Gallaudet University Biology alumni share their experiences as post-baccalaureate fellows at the NIH-National Cancer Institute under the tutelage of Dr. Peter Blumberg, Chief of Molecular Mechanisms of Tumor Promotion. See the Healthcare & Medicine section of this guide for more about this program.