“Professional Growth Strategies for Applied Chemical Technology Professionals.” A short presentation followed by Q&A with speakers Mary Moore, Technologist at Eastman Chemical Company& John Engelman, Project Manager and Formulator at S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
Applied chemical professionals, including technicians, operators, and analysts are in high demand for bringing valuable skills to industries as diverse as industrial chemicals and paints to agricultural products and food processing. But, what should these professionals know to advance in their chose field? In this economy, knowledge is power. Join our speakers, Mary Moore and John Engelman, to learn strategies for growing in your chosen career path, making yourself more marketable, and discovering new opportunities!
What You Will Learn
- Learn skills to accurately assess your current career growth path
- Find resources to increase your technical skills and make yourself more marketable
- Discover the many different opportunities available for seeking new positions
- And much more…
Date: Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET
Meet Your Experts
Mary Moore has been an ACS Career Consultant since 2007 and was awarded the honor of ACS Fellow in 2009. Mary has been consulting and mentoring various college institutions for several years, to help prepare future generations of chemistry professionals. She is a Principal Technologist in the Chemistry Research Laboratory at Eastman Chemical Company.
John Engelman is employed by S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc. as a Project Manager and Formulator working on global cost savings projects. He has extensive experience in product development for a major silicone manufacturer, a major chemical company, two consumer product companies, and a composite company. John was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science as “One of the leading technicians in the nation” in 2003 and is a 2010 ACS Fellow. He has been an ACS Career Consultant for 7 years.
This episode of ACS Webinars™ is co-produced with the ACS Committee on Technician Affairs (CTA) and the ACS Office of Two-Year Colleges. Learn more about CTA at http://www.acs.org/cta. To find resources for all two-year college programs, including chemistry-based technology, visit www.acs.org/2YColleges.
The Fine Print
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