On Thursday, August 21 I participated in a Twitter Chat #ECRChat hosted by Science Mentor. When I found out that Science Mentor would be hosting the chat I knew it would be informative because she has many resources on her blog. Check out her post about Self-Mentoring and using the myIDPtool.
Thursday’s #ECRChat topic was about How to Develop a Career Exit Strategy. A Career exit strategy is a short-term plan (1-2 years) to maintain professional life during a career transition. If you want to find out more information check out Science Mentor’s career exit strategy post. Last year I shared my experience using the myIDP tool. Using this tool helped me get a better idea of what I need to do to get in the career I want.
If you are new to my blog I am a toxicologist and have many interests. Currently, I am science writer and communicator. I am exploring career options of vaccine research and STEM education. Very different STEM pathways, but very interesting to me. Now, that you know a bit more about me let’s get started with my reflection of the #ECRChat hosted by Science Mentor:
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