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While APS has discontinued the Local Links program, Local Links members can still join their respective LinkedIn groups to continue engaging with their local communities, or take advantage of other APS programs for building their professional networks and career development.
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The APS Industry Mentoring for Physicists Program (IMPact) connects industry professionals with students and early career scientists.
The National Mentoring Community (NMC) facilitates and supports mentoring relationships between African American, Hispanic American, and Native American undergraduate physics students and local physics mentors.
The Career Mentoring Fellows program seeks volunteers to mentor undergraduate students at APS Meetings and to give career talks at various institutions.
You can recruit quality talent into your company or institution using the APS Job Board. Student and early career physicists can use the platform to search for and apply to jobs and internships.
APS Webinars offer career guidance and advice from experts on a variety of topics, including Success in Industry Careers, Exploring Career Options for physicists, and Advice for Job Seekers.
You can sign up for the Career Shape Up series to receive helpful tips and regular challenges to meet your specific career goals.
APS is piloting a new structure, Chapters, to support graduate students, postdocs, and early career professionals. Learn more about how to get involved.
For more information, guidance, and career resources, visit the APS Careers website.