University of Notre Dame Science Undergrads Learn More About Careers in Science at SI
On Tuesday, October 17th, six undergraduate science majors from the University of Notre Dame, visited SI’s Office of Fellowships & Internships (OFI) to learn more about internships, fellowships, and careers in this sciences. Led by Robyn Centilli, Career Coach at Notre Dame’s Career Center as part of a multi-day career exploration program called Career Treks, the students, Kelly Adam, Elizabeth Kerns, Emily Miller, Rebecca Radomsky, Sara Tobin, and Abigail Zellmer, had the chance to meet with five scientists from around SI. Cari Corrigan, Gene Hunt, Karen Osborn, and Briana Pobiner from the National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) and Tamie DeWitt from the National Zoological Park (NZP) talked about their career paths and graduate schooling and offered tips and advice for young professionals on how they can use their science degrees in a variety of organizations across industries. OFI was happy to host the group and a big thank you to SI staff for their participation and to the Notre Dame group for their visit.