October 13, 2023
Location: Online 2-4 p.m. ET
Employers consider more than technical skills and experience when hiring or promoting. Learning essential professional skills is critical to your groundwater career development.
Join NGWA for this two-hour virtual conference, engaging in three sessions designed to help you advance your career.
“Writing a Technical Paper to Publish or Present” provides insight on how to:
- Make time to collaborate/write a paper in the world of billable hours
- Know what is viable in publishing a paper and how to get client approval
- Find who best to ask to review it and/or encourage colleagues to provide feedback
- Prepare for your first poster or platform presentation.
“Developing Your Professional Skill Set” covers the areas of:
- Skills that are transferable within the groundwater industry
- Keys to networking and making professional connections
- Where to learn about professional development opportunities and selecting highly rated courses
- The value of pursuing professional licensure
- Making the most of your last year of college.
“Negotiating for a Job or Promotion” teaches you:
- What to consider, beyond salary, as you negotiate for a position
- How to decide if you should you stay or if you should go, i.e., identifying when to negotiate for a promotion or pursue a new job
- Why and how to advocate for professional memberships and professional development opportunities.
Who should attend?
- Graduate and undergraduate students
- Young professionals
- New groundwater industry professionals
- Industry veterans committed to developing the next generation of groundwater professionals.
On/before October 6
- NGWA member — $45
- NGWA student member (ID required) — $45
- Nonmember — $75
Starting October 7
- NGWA member — $65
- NGWA student member (ID required) — $65
- Nonmember — $95
Attention students: If you are not already an NGWA member, all you need to do to receive the NGWA student member rate is sign up for a FREE NGWA Student Membership.
Registration for this event closes at 11:59 p.m. ET October 12, unless the capacity is reached before then.
Participating in the virtual conference
- The time for this virtual conference is shown in Eastern Time (ET) — click here to view the time in your time zone.
- After registering for this event, you will receive a confirmation email acknowledging your registration. You will also receive instructions for accessing the event.