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Professional Development for Scientists:

Creating Your Career Journey

Next Enrollment Fall 2021

Are you reaching the end of grad school or looking to transition careers?

Are you uncertain about how to market your skills towards a new role?

Do you want to learn how to effectively communicate your value to employers?


“Professional Development for Scientists” is a course designed with the scientist in mind with the goal to empower STEM graduates to take control of their career trajectory and prepares them to transition towards any career path.


By the end of this course, you will learn to:


1. Understand how to harness the power of your experiences, skills, interests, and values

2. Explore career options and create opportunities to land a job

3. Establish a career journey plan and effectively market yourself for any industry.


You will become part of a cohort of like-minded STEM graduates and professionals. This course is an adapted version of Dr. Lee’s highly successful graduate professional development course at the University of Toronto which boast an impressive roster of hundreds of graduate STEM scientist success stories.

Students who participate in all class activities will be given a certificate of completion by the Science to Business Academy. Those who excel in their class activities, as assessed by pitch judges, the instructor and their peers

Who Should Attend?

Current STEM Undergraduates, Graduate Students, Post-Doctoral Fellows, Research Associates



Nana Lee, PhD,  Asst. Prof, Teaching Stream, University of Toronto,

Former Biotech Industry Scientist


Eight classes starting Oct. 19th 

Takes place Mondays, 7:00 – 8:30  pm EST

12 live-online classroom hours

10 self-driven experience hours 

* Each attendee will also get 30 min 1:1 career coaching with Nana Lee


$249 CAD + HST 

Special Covid Pricing

$199 CAD + HST*

Less than $10/hour 

*University of Toronto graduate students and postdoctoral fellows interested in this course should register for Dr. Lee’s course through the University of Toronto

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