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Articles that Propel Careers Contributed to

Salary Negotiation: Get what you seek

Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers Contributed to this article for Nature Jobs

How working with a recruiter can transform your career path

Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers Contributed to this article for Cell Press

Podcast: Career Transitions During Covid-19: Personal Clarity, Transferable Skills and the Value of Networking

Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers was featured on this podcast for the consulting firm Humans Optimized. The podcast series is "Humans Optimized - How We Come Back Stronger Than Before"

Working the Network

Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers, contributed to this article for BioScience

Four leadership skills to boost your career

Vladmir Botchkarev wrote this article following a presentation that Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers gave for the ASCB (an international forum for cell biology)

Propelling Your Career

Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers, wrote this article along with Cristian A. Linte for the IEEE Engineering in Biology and Medicine Society

How Can Science Graduates Actually Have Successful Careers

Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers was interviewed for this article

Universities Tailor Programs To Meet The Pharmaceutical Industry’s Needs

Lauren Celano, CEO of Propel Careers contributed to this article for Chemical and Engineering News

Life-Sciences-Focused Chemists Find New Job Opportunities In Boston

Lauren Celano, CEO of Propel Careers contributed to this article for Chemical and Engineering News

Advice on Career Paths and the Green Card Process for International Researchers and Entrepreneurs

Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers wrote this blog with Rachael Casseus Esq. Founder of Casseus Law

Green Collar Careers Podcast - Finding Your Green Passion with Lauren Celano, Founder and CEO of Propel Careers

In this fifth episode of the Green Collar Careers Podcast, Jose Almanzar interviewed Lauren Celano, the Founder and CEO of Propel Careers.

During this interview, Lauren and Jose discuss her educational and professional background, how the life sciences intersect with environmental issues, and how she helps people at all stages of their careers land their dream jobs.

Lauren also shares incredible insights and practical advice for job seekers, like setting up your personal "board of advisors", tips on how to effectively "cold outreach" for informational interviews, and how to find your calling by doing an exercise she calls "loved it/loathed it".

Lauren really dropped fantastic knowledge for all of us in this interview. I think you're going to love it!

Blogs written by Propel Careers

How to Give a Great Research Presentation

By Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers

“How do you know if you are a CEO” blog writeup

By Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers

Tips for working successfully with recruiters

By Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers

Building your Professional Network through Involvement

By Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers

Building skills for career success while in academia

By Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers

Life takes time Part 1: Hiring Seasons

By Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers

Leveraging skillsets when making a transition

By Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers

How to identify relevant recruiters

By Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers

The Art of Follow-up

By Lauren Celano, CEO, Propel Careers
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