Catch a Budding Scientist (:>)
mbmorton at ix.netcom.com
Thu Apr 25 03:40:26 EST 1996
With all deference to the very loonnnnnngggg thread about "Science
Careers??" on the pages of sci.research.careers (:>), I have some
questions about possible science careers myself.
Having discovered that I just can't seem to get enough of wildlife and
nature studies on the Discovery Channel, as well as every book I can
get my hands on about biology, chem, biochem, biophysics, math, etc,
I've decided that I want to pursue a career in science. My long term
goal is to become a physician's assistant, but I plan on spending the
next few years joyfully and happily exploring my interests in the
As I'm going to school, I'd like to get a wide exposure to the various
disciplines. Because my interests are broad at this point, I'd like to
combine my schooling with part-time jobs along the way that parallel
these. I'm interested in possibly doing some wildlife and/or habitat
studies; or working in a biology, microbio, biochem or orgo lab(s).
How do I go about finding these types of positions? I'm open to
working either on or off-campus. Any suggestions would be greatly
Thanx in advance!
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