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Early Engagement Counselor
This is a part-time (50% FTE), continuing position. BioSci Careers has an opening for the position of Early Engagement Counselor, specializing in the academic, personal, professional, and career needs of early training students and postdocs. The Early Engagement Counselor bridges Stanford Biosciences academic training with future career options, helping them develop the academic, personal, and professional skills necessary to become innovative scientists at Stanford and beyond. They connect with students and postdoctoral trainees early in their training to identify and tailor needs to ensure success throughout, especially connecting our most vulnerable trainees to academic and professional support systems. The


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