Careers in Aging Week 2018

March 22, 2018

Careers in Aging Week (CIAW) is observed annually during the first full week of April by businesses, clinics, coalitions, organizations, universities, colleges, and other parties across the world.

The goal of CIAW is to bring greater awareness and visibility to the wide-ranging career opportunities in the field of aging and aging research.

There are wide-ranging career opportunities in the field of aging and aging research. Please join one or all of these events to learn more about topics in aging and professional opportunities.

Careers in Aging Week Events

Monday, April 2 | PhD in Aging Panel
5-6 pm, Brown Hall, Room 118, Danforth Campus

Current doctoral students in public health, social work, occupational therapy, and psychology to discuss their experiences. No RSVP needed. Hosted by Aging in Graduate Education (AGE) student group at Brown School.

View the event flyer.

Wednesday, April 4 | Crash Course in Aging: Fast-Paced Facts on Longer Life
6-8 pm, Emerson Auditorium, Knight Hall, Danforth Campus

Speakers talk for FIVE minutes or less on a variety of fun and interesting topics related to aging. Register for the event. Hosted by the Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging at the Institute for Public Health.

Friday, April 6 | Non-Academic Careers in Aging
11 am- Noon, Webinar

Emerging scholars and experts discuss how to approach searching for jobs in the field of aging. Hosted by the GerontologicalSociety of America. Register at www.geron.org/programs-services/gsa-webinars.

View the Careers in Aging Week flyer.

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