Benefits of Joining Microbiology Associations

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Should I join a microbiology association?

Benefits of Joining Microbiology Associations

Whether you just graduated with a degree in microbiology or have been in the industry for years, joining professional associations is an important component of your job search. Participating in continuing education and taking advantage of career resources can help you tap into hidden opportunities. Here's a few tips to get started.

Continuing education opportunities. Check out organizations like the American Society of Microbiology. Membership will cost you about $39 a year, and you'll get access to a variety of continuing education opportunities, which look great on your resume.

Networking opportunities. Association events provide excellent opportunities for microbiology professionals to network. During these events, you may get access to an unadvertised microbiology job.

Academic reports. As a microbiology professional, staying on top of your changing industry is important – and it makes an impact during job interviews. Joining professional organizations allows you access scientific publications that specialize in microbiology.



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