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There's Still Time to Register for ACS Career Fair On-site and Online — March 25-27
The ACS Career Fair in March will be a hybrid event, fully integrating the Virtual Career Fair into the on-site ACS Career Fair to be held concurrently with the ACS national meeting at the San Diego Convention Center. This innovative online/on-site career fair will offer job seekers not only more venues to connect with prospective employers, but also more programs to gain the knowledge and skills needed to reach their career goals.

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High-Quality Training, On Your Schedule
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The ACS Department of Professional Education offers two options for online training at your convenience. Online Courses take place once a week, live online, during the course of several weeks. However, attendance at the live sessions is not required, and session recordings are available. On-Demand Courses are shorter and focused on a particular topic area in depth. You have access to play the lecture at your convenience anytime during a seven-day access period. Both course options give you an opportunity to communicate with the instructor for the duration of your course or access period. For more information, please visit our website at www.ProEd.acs.org.

The next Online Course circuits start the week of April 10, and you can access On-Demand Courses anytime!
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Designer Babies
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Joy of Science Channel: Extreme Chemistry Series
Time/date: 2 to 3 p.m. ET March 22

"Do you want a boy or a girl?" That question now is only one of many variables soon-to-be parents could choose. Again, technology takes us to the outer realm where parents no longer have to wish for certain traits, but can plan for them through genetic engineering. Darren Griffin will discuss the pros and cons of genetic screening.

Meet Your Experts
Darren Griffin
, Ph.D., is professor of genetics at the University of Kent, UK. Previously he was professor of genetics at Brunel University. In 2002, he was admitted as a fellow of the Society of Biology, and in 2008 he was awarded both a fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists and Doctor of Science from the University of Manchester. He was awarded the Institutional Teaching Prize for his work in supervising graduate students and recently was shortlisted for Research Project of the Year by the Times Higher Education supplement. Griffin completed his post-doctoral research in Cleveland and at The University of Cambridge. He received his doctorate from University College London in 1992 after graduating from the University of Manchester in 1988. Griffin launched a master's course in reproductive medicine (science and ethics) at the University of Kent in September 2011.

Dr. Jeni Smith received her bachelor's degree from Pennsylvania State University and her doctorate in physiological chemistry from The Ohio State University. She has been a special agent with the FBI, principal of BioForensic Consulting LLC and section chief of the Intelligence and Analysis Section in the Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate of the FBI. Smith participated in the Unabomber investigation, the Oklahoma City bombing investigation and oversaw the collection and analysis of President Bill Clinton's DNA in the Monica Lewinski investigation. She also was involved in the establishment of the National DNA Database. Smith is a member of the Director of National Intelligence Biosciences Expert Group and the Biochem 20/20 Science Expert Group.

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Myths and Tricks from the Hiring Professional
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It's always interesting to hear from someone on the other side of the hiring process. Jill Lynn, human resources professional at BASi, gave a presentation recently and allowed ACS to share some of her insights. She began by debunking three myths about the application process. More

Getting a Job in Today's Market
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John Lees, career strategist and author of "How to Get a Job You'll Love," shares his insights and best tips for job seekers in today's economy. More

5 Ways to Start a Business with No Money
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Funding is tough to come by. Funding in an economy that is still recovering from a terrible recession is even tougher. But there's a lot you can do to start a small business without relying on funding from third parties. More

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Why You Shouldn't Wear White When Looking for a Job Online
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Rumor suggests there might be a few more jobs around — which means some companies may be turning to virtual career fairs. These present difficult cultural and sartorial questions. If you're going to present yourself on camera, you have to change the way you think about putting your best face forward. More

Young Entrepreneur, Older Employees: How to Cope
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As more young professionals develop startup dreams and launch their own businesses, the inevitable result will be more and more young bosses, many of whom are supervising folks much older and more experienced than themselves. That could be awkward — or not. But it depends on you. More

Peyton Manning's Lessons In Career Strategy
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In a much-discussed move, the Indianapolis Colts recently released their future Hall-of-Fame, four-time MVP quarterback Peyton Manning to go look for work with another NFL team. While one might think regular folks in the business world have little in common with NFL superstars, there are four things we can take away from Manning's situation. More

Ways to Bring Out Your Inner Entrepreneur
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You won't convince investors, customers or employees that you can change the world unless you convince yourself first. How on earth do you do that? You must believe in yourself as an entrepreneur before anyone else will take you seriously. But what if it doesn't come naturally? Can you train yourself to believe in your ultimate success? More

    
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