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SETAC North America Career Development Committee
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The charge of the SETAC North America Career Development Committee, previously known as the Mentoring Committee, is to provide a forum to foster mentoring for technical and career development activities for SETAC members at all stages in their professional path, including early-, mid-, late- or even post-career tracks. Student members of SETAC North America are mentored through the activities of the Student Advisory Council. Through active engagement with other SETAC committees, the Career Development Committee will engage the membership in offering a range of career enhancing educational opportunities, including formal mentor–mentee activities, courses on topics of importance and relevance to career and post-career members, and sponsoring special events that provide networking opportunities and highlight the benefits of mentoring in developing both professional and personal enrichment.

Committee Chair

Diana Eignor

career development word cloudCareer Development Subcommittees

Buddy Program 
Chair: Simone Hasenbein

Career Networking Reception
Chair: Charles Wong

Early Career (co-lead with the Membership Committee)

Chair: Michelle Hornberger

Senior Resource Group
Chair: Brian Mastin

Women in SETAC Luncheon
Chair: Annie Johns 

Career Development Committee Activities at the SETAC North America 37th Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida

On-going Career Development Committee Involvement

Globe Articles: Leadership Series
May 2016 Volume 17 Issue 5

Other Resources

Interested in volunteering for this committee? Contact Chairperson Diana Eignor.

Already a member of the Career Development Committee? Visit the group page.

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