The 2022 APS Virtual Career Fair will be held September 14 - 15, 4-7 PM ET. Registration is FREE for all undergraduate students, graduate students, and early career physicists or any member seeking to connect with employers and/or graduate programs. 

Please fill out this form if you plan to attend the event. Please note that you'll need to use (or create) a free APS account to sign up.


*In order to participate in the event, you must provide at a minimum your name, email address, affiliation, and career stage. 

Sharing additional information is optional, however we encourage attendees to share as much information as possible, as this listing will be shared with participating Employers and Graduate Programs (only if you give consent through the last two questions on this form). Sharing more information will increase your chances of connecting with recruiters that are seeking your unique knowledge and skillsets.

This information will not be shared with anyone except representatives of companies and graduate programs participating in this event. Participating Employers and Grad Program representatives may reach out to you during the live virtual event, or may contact you afterwards, to request a private interview or meeting. 

Instructions on how to join the meeting will be emailed to all registrants on September 12, 2022. We will also host an optional training on résumé writing and interview tips the week before the event. More information will be emailed to you some time in August. 

DEADLINE: Monday, August 15, 2022

This is an application for the APS Career Mentoring Fellows program and should take about 25-30 minutes to fill out.

If admitted to the program as a CM Fellow, you will have the opportunity to do one or more of the following:
- Gain expertise as a career mentor and learn about APS Career resources,
- Receive implicit bias and mentor training,
- Attend an APS conference* to provide feedback on student presentations and/or participate in the career and résumé help desk,
- Receive training on giving a career talk,
- Give a career talk at an institution or conference to raise awareness about diverse physics careers and APS career resources. 

*CM Fellows currently participate in the APS Division of Plasma Physics Meeting, March Meeting or April Meeting; Fellows who participate in conference activities will receive compensated meeting registration and partial travel funding. 

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