2024

UC ALUMNI CAREER NETWORK | AI's Impact on Jobs: Uncertainty and Opportunities

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Location: Online

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Beyond simply assisting with tasks and creating job-related materials, the impact of AI on job stability and professional growth remains uncertain. The prospect of AI potentially displacing jobs or demanding specialized skills is causing significant concern among professionals across various fields. Join our UC Alumni panel to delve into the multifaceted implications of AI on the workforce, where we will offer valuable insights on how to enhance your proficiency in the realm of AI literacy.

 

Alumni Career Network

The UC Alumni Career Network is a high-impact, online series designed to provide UC alumni and community members with the insights, information, and connections to launch, grow and expand your career opportunities.


CAREER CHATS

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In-Person Weekly Chats (Every Thursday)

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Location: Mayer Hall The Student Success Center

Career Chats w/ The Associate Director of the Career Center; Lorena Quiroz

(In person and available on zoom!)

https://ucsd.zoom.us/j/96597577127


Overcoming Socioeconomic Barriers: Building a Future Beyond Limits

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Location: Virtual Event on Zoom

https://ucsd.zoom.us/j/93949528559

 

Sheila Holley will share her story and strategies for overcoming socioeconomic barriers in education and career development. She will also discuss the importance of resilience and resourcefulness in pursuing career goals.


Overcoming Socioeconomic Barriers: Building a Future Beyond Limits

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Location: Virtual on Zoom

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Diality Inc.'s Director of Human Resources, Sheila Holley, will share her story and strategies for overcoming socioeconomic barriers in education and career development. She will also discuss the importance of resilience and resourcefulness in pursuing career goals. She supports the community and professionally at Diality in overcoming these barriers.

**Registrants will be given priority access to Sheila Holley’s capped in-person Women’s History Month event.**

 


ASML - Virtual Panel Series - Chemistry

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Location: Virtual

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Join us as we explore the varied roles a background in chemistry can lead to at ASML. From materials chemistry and advanced process engineering to microfluidics and fluid dynamics, witness how chemical principles drive innovation in semiconductor manufacturing. Join our experts as they unravel the chemical intricacies shaping the future of electronic components, offering a glimpse into the dynamic fusion of chemistry and technology that powers our digital world!


ASML - Virtual Panel Series - Physics

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Location: Virtual

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Physics is at the heart of everything we do at ASML. As a physics engineer, you could research how temperature fluctuations affect the projection of light or analyze the behavior of tin droplets when they are exposed to CO2 laser light. You could also solve contamination issues by applying surface and interface physics. Or you could be drawing on all your physics knowledge to help improve the imaging, overlay and productivity of our tools. The possibilities of our physics jobs are endless.


MRSEC Pathways Lunch Seminar

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Location: Powell-Focht Bioengineering Hall: Lower Level 003, Basement

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Resume & Cover Letter Overview

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Location: Horizon Room @Career Center

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A workshop going over Resume and Cover Letters.


Take a Triton to Work

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Now through Feb. 18: Students sign up by completing/updating their Tritons Connect profile and opt-in (See details in “How do I participate?”). Students will be prompted to complete a survey to confirm their registration.

  • Feb. 20: Match Day: Students and alumni are paired
  • Feb. 20-March 15: Students reach out to introduce themselves and confirm a meetup
  • Feb. 26-March 22: Students who’ve confirmed a meeting with their alumni host are invited to pick up a complimentary coffee card.
  • Feb. 26-Mar. 29: Meetups take place leading up to and through Spring Break (in-person and virtual).

Hurry! Sign up before registration closes, Feb. 18, 2024


ASML Virtual Panel Series - Machine Learning/AI/Data Analytics

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Location: Virtual

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You might think of ASML as a hardware company, but we actually have one of the world’s largest and most pioneering software communities. Our software teams have been developing machine learning tools for years to dramatically speed up the simulation and manufacturing process. The methodologies used to develop rigorous physical models and machine learning models are very similar. Both need lots of experimental results and data to shape the prediction, but machine learning saves a lot of time and effort, while improving accuracy and consistency. Our data scientists work with a unique combination of extreme complexity and very high-volume data. They need to utilize disparate data sources in novel ways and generate actionable insights. These insights can create new product offerings or improve the capabilities, performance and efficiency of existing products and services throughout the company.


Chemistry Career Day

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Stage Room UC San Diego, Eucalyptus Grove Lane, La Jolla, CA, USA

9360 Eucalyptus Grove Lane San Diego, CA 92093

*The Stage Room is located directly across from Art of Espresso. Right behind what was previously Under Belly. 

Registration Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chemistry-career-day-tickets-795042843547?aff=oddtdtcreator&fbclid=IwAR26UvnkC0-dKQDdGrSCSBvlkLgaajQqoJnNzP9Lqlglr0oRPNXNW7tF1Uc

ACS-SA is sponsored by the Student Success Center and the Career Center. They are proud to present Chemistry Career Day, an event to learn about the diverse array of opportunities for chemistry majors in industry. Hear from company representatives about their journey to the industry, what they do, and how you can break into the industry. Then, expand your network by speaking face to face with the representatives and asking them questions.


Career Revolution: LinkedIn & Networking

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Location: Horizon Room @Career Center

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In this session, the Graduate Peer Educator will walk you through how to optimize your LinkedIn and develop effective networking strategies to improve your internship and job search prospects.


United Airlines Info Session: Internship & Full-time Roles

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Location: Virtual

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Please join United Airlines to learn more about full time and internship opportunities in the airline industry! For more information about United Airlines, please visit careers.united.com


Graduate School Prep Workshop: How to Beat the GRE

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Location: Virtual

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This workshop will cover what the GRE is all about. It'll feature sample problems, insight, and test-taking strategies, including information on how The Princeton Review can help. Come to get your questions answered about the GRE and for the opportunity to win a 50% off scholarship towards a GRE prep course with The Princeton Review. A winner will be selected among the attendees. *Please be sure to register here on Handshake for this event in order to attend and to receive reminders leading up to the event. Access to the Zoom room will be granted to registered individuals starting 5 minutes before the event time.


Career Revolution: Interviewing

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Location: Horizon Room @ Career Center

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In this session, the Graduate Peer Educator will walk you through how to prepare for an interview to improve your internship and job search prospects


Beyond Blueprints: How Women in STEM Rewrite the Code

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Location: Student Success Center (MYR-A 1712)

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Diality Inc.'s Director of Human Resources, Sheila, will share transformative stories of pioneering women in STEM, challenge stereotypes, and dive into the vital role of diverse perspectives. This is an open forum conversation on why more women should engineer the future together, build strong allyship, bring their authentic selves to the forefront and show that they too can thrive in the STEM world.

 

This event is limited to 40 students and lunch is provided at the event. It is highly recommended that students bring their resumes to the event. 


2024 Annual Undergraduate Research Conference

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Location: Ida and Cecil Green Faculty Club

The URC supports the scholarly and creative accomplishments of UC San Diego students and encourages them to pursue even more opportunities to engage in meaningful research activities at the undergraduate, postbaccalaureate, and even professional level. To participate in the URC, students must be nominated by a UC San Diego faculty member. Student presenters will share the results of their research and respond to question and comments from their session's moderator and guests.

Undergraduate Research Conference (URC)

Contact: URH

Email: ugresearch@ucsd.edu