University gives you the valuable technical skills that
you need to work in industry.
But graduate school doesn't teach you how to get a job and be successful!
Learn more about my seminars
Don't wait! Open slots go quickly!
Working in industry is very different than working in a research lab.
Some of the habits that you developed in graduate school will not serve you very well in the private sector.
What your manager will want is very different than what your advisor/PI wanted.
My most popular seminars and workshops:
How to be More Employable in the Private Sector – Learn five critical skills for getting hired and promoted in industry.
Can a Scientist Find a Rewarding Career in Industry? – Scientists planning an industry career face unique challenges. Learn how your skills make you indispensable!
Telling Better Stories with the Same Facts – Learn to talk about your research experience in a way that tells an industry hiring manager you are the problem solver they need!
Designing Your Own Career Path in the Private Sector - Planning a private sector career can seem daunting. Learn how to build an exciting career that works for you!
Genuine Networking – Many people hate networking, but if it feels cheap and sleazy, there’s something you need to learn.
Driving Innovation through Team Staffing – STEM graduates are great at innovation. Here’s how they can help you build your business! (Designed for business schools)
David is a traveling lecturer for SPIE and OSA:
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“The interviews that I got went well mostly because I had Better Stories prepared, as you outlined in your workshop. Thanks for that!”
Michiel Callens, Applied Physicist, CLEARink Displays
“Hopefully we will see you at CCNY again, you left a great impression on students, everyone remembers your talk!”
Simona P., Electrical Engineering Ph.D. Candidate, City College of New York
"I still remember the impressive speech you gave to us."
G. Chen, Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, now at Boeing Corp.