Online Career Conferences for Graduate Students and PhDs

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Academic Career Success Conference

Thank you for your interest in the Academic Career Success conference for graduate students and PhDs. Replays of the conference are available for purchase until October 30th, 2020. You can purchase either a replay of the mini-conference for Humanities and Social Science PhDs, or STEM PhDs. 

8th Annual Online Career Conference for Careers Beyond the Professoriate

Every year, hundreds of graduate students and PhDs from across the globe connect online for our annual online career conference to learn proven job search strategies from the Beyond Prof Team and our panelists of experts. 

The 8th Annual Online Career conference will be held May 1st & 8th 2021 from 11 a.m. ET to 4 p.m. ET each day. 

Tickets will go on sale April 1st, 2021. Departments or universities interested in purchasing 10 or more tickets for students or postdocs at their institution receive a discount on tickets. Please join or mailing list, or email for more information on bulk tickets. 


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What Past Attendees Have Said

"I walked away from this conference feeling both hopeful about future prospects and much more confident about my ability to succeed outside of academia. "
"Thank you to the entire Beyond Prof team for turning my non-faculty job search upside down, for the better! I move forward from the conference feeling connected, empowered, and very well-equipped to explore different career options outside of academia. "
"These sessions confirmed things I was doing correctly and provided lots of new ideas to expand my ability to successfully navigate the job market outside of academia. Each speaker brought a different perspective and their willingness to be candid about their own stories made these sessions very down to earth and the speakers' stories easy to relate to. "
"I love the fact that your panelists discussed a wide range of employment opportunities and career paths in the United States as well as Canada. And I would highly recommend this for ALL PhD students who are considering career options outside of academia."
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