Description: In this seminar, Propel Careers will
provide insight on how to evaluate transferable skills and which skills are
valued in various careers. Through this seminar, Propel will highlight common
non-scientific skills that scientists can apply towards their desired career
for research and non-research based roles. Propel will provide guidance on how
to package scientific and non-scientific skills on resumes, cover letters, and
Bio: Lauren Celano is the Founder and CEO of Propel Careers, a life science search and career development firm focused on connecting talented individuals with entrepreneurial innovative life sciences companies. Lauren is very passionate about working with individuals with strong scientific backgrounds to find exciting growth opportunities in the life sciences industry. Through Propel, she builds relationships and provides guidance on how individuals can position themselves for their next opportunity. She also actively places individuals into positions with exciting life sciences companies. Prior to Propel Careers, Lauren was a senior account manager for SNBL USA where she worked with emerging biotech companies in Europe, Asia, and the US to help characterize and advance their drug molecules. Prior to SNBL USA, she held business development positions with Aptuit and Quintiles and worked with Absorption Systems as a marketing manager and account manager. She has a B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Gettysburg College and an MBA with a focus in the health sector and entrepreneurship from Boston University. To learn more about Propel Careers, see link: www.propelcareers.com.