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It is never too early to start planning your future in physics. Whether you are just starting your degree or are in the last stages, take a look at these resources to help you gain a better understanding of what to do once you have your diploma.
Thursday, February 27th, 2020 from 11:00am-2:00pm. Open to all undergraduates, graduates, and alumni.
Get help with career exploration, resume/CV building, internships, personal statements, and more. Fall 2019 Career and Professional Development drop-in hours: September 4th, 1:30-3:0pm and October 29th, 10:00am-12:00pm in PSF 470.
Not sure if you want to work in the private sector, conduct research at a university, or teach? If so, start here:
Technical Services Engineer
Technical Support Staff
High School Physics Teacher
High School Science Teacher
Middle School Science Teacher
Physical Sciences Technician
Interested in pursuing a career in Arizona? The American Institute of Physics provides a list of employers in Arizona that hire physics graduates. To see the list of companies, click here.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics provides a database full of career duties, salaries, job summaries and outlooks. Use the BLS handbook to find your perfect fit!
Fall 2019 Career and Professional Development drop-in hours: September 4th,1:30-3:0pm and October 29th, 10:00am-12:00pm.
Students can utilize Handshake to schedule an appointment with a career services advisor, look for employment, find internships, and more!
The APS March and April meetings provide students with...
More information on APS meetings and events can be found, here. Department of Physics travel grants may be applied toward these meetings.