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Annual Health Science Career & Networking Event

Local Employers Want to Meet YOU!

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Main Campus
Jeanette Stromberg, South Lobby

Annual Health Science Career & Networking Event

A comprehensive career and networking event for students and graduates of all levels

  • Learn about Health Science Career Paths and Essential Networking Skills 
  • Visit with Local Employers
  • Attend Employer Question and Answer round-table

Participating Employers 

Community EMT

Presbyterian Hospital, Albuquerque Fire Department, UNM Hospital

Community Health Worker

Opti Health

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Presbyterian, UNM Hospital

Emergency Medical Services

Presbyterian Hospital, Albuquerque Fire Department, UNM Hospital

Home Health Aide

Presbyterian Hospital, Albuquerque Seniors, Opti Health

Nursing

New Mexico Health Department, Presbyterian, DaVita, UNM Hospital, DaVita Dialysis

Nursing Assistant

New Mexico Health Department, Presbyterian Hospital, UNM Hospital, ABC Seniors

Patient Care Tech

Lovelace Hospital, Presbyterian Hospital, UNM Hospital, DaVita Dialysis

Pharmacy Tech

Lovelace Hospital, Presbyterian Hospital, UNM Hospital

Radiologic Technology

Lovelace Hospital, Presbyterian Hospital, UNM Hospital

Respiratory Care

Lovelace Hospital, Presbyterian Hospital, UNM Hospital

Sterile Processing

UNM Hospital

Surgical Tech

UNM Hospital

Phlebotomy

Tricore

Career Event Tips

Arrive Early. Get a list of employers online. Plan your order of execution.

  1. Develop a Game Plan. Visit your top choices first, but don’t forget to network with companies who sound interesting to you but don’t indicate work in your field.  Many companies often hire for positions from all areas.     
  2. Empower Yourself. Job recruiters are looking for employees just like you.  They have a need for hiring, that’s why they are at this event.  Don’t be shy about introducing yourself and really highlighting your skills and interest.
  3. Start “Wowing!” You’ll only have a few minutes to “wow” a recruiter, so make it interesting, concise, and memorable.