Below is a list of sponsored memberships our postdocs participate in:
New York Academy of Science
The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is pleased to provide all postdocs membership to the New York Science Alliance of the New York Academy of Science. Science Alliance provides career development programs, seminars and workshops to New York City area science trainees with the goal of increasing members' competitiveness in today's job market. Examples of Science Alliance programs include Scientific Speaking, Individual Development Plans, Interviewing Skills, and Grant Writing. Members receive notification of special events, programs and career fairs across the region including the Academy's popular Frontiers of Science discussion groups covering a variety of cutting-edge topics.
The Science Alliance website includes important career information, and has links to science news, jobs and career advice from its partner sites. For those unable to attend a specific Alliance event, the website includes "eBriefings" which are detailed, multimedia summaries of the event.
If you are interested in becoming a member, please look for the registration link in the weekly postdoc emails. If you do not recieve these emails and wish to be added to the list, please email email@example.com.
Join the Weill Cornell Medical College Scientist Networking Group on LinkedIn
Be a part of the online professional network for current and former scientists from Weill Cornell Medical College. Use this group to network with other Weill Cornell Medical College scientists: find out where former Weill Cornell Medical College scientists are, how they got there, and what they are doing now.
Established in 2003, the Weill Medical College Postdoctoral Association is an independent organization run by and for the college's postdocs. The Association is dedicated to advocating on behalf of the postdoctoral community and to providing regular opportunities for scientific and social interaction among postdoctoral trainees throughout the college and tri-institutional community. With advice and support from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, the Postdoctoral Association worked successfully to establish stipend standards based on the NIH guidelines, gain representation on the General Faculty Council (the College's governing body) and the Joint Faculty and Postdoctoral Advisory Committee, initiated regular social events and hold a postdoc research day every 1-2 years. For more information or to become involved with the Association, please refer to their website.
National Postdoctoral Association
The National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) is a member-driven organization that provides a unique, national voice for postdoctoral scholars. Working to enhance the quality of the postdoctoral experience in the US since 2003, they assume a leadership role in addressing the many issues confronting the postdoctoral community that are national in scope and requiring action beyond the local level. Visit their website to learn more.