Career Development

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Science Careers helps to match qualified scientists with positions in academia, industry and government, providing effective recruitment tools for employers as well as career resources for scientists.

Communicating Science Workshops

Communicating Science workshops teach scientists and engineers how to effectively communicate complex scientific information to audiences outside their scientific field.


A web-based career planning tool developed by Science Careers, myIDP helps PhD students and postdocs in the sciences define and pursue career goals.

Entry Point!

Entry Point! identifies and recruits students with apparent and non-apparent disabilities studying in science and some business fields for internship and co-op opportunities.

Policy Fellowships

Science & Technology Policy Fellowships provide opportunities for scientists and engineers to contribute to federal policymaking while learning firsthand about the intersection of science and policy.

Mass Media Fellowships

The Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellows Program places graduate- and post-graduate-level science, engineering, and mathematics students in newsrooms to work as reporters, editors and production assistants.

US-OSR Awards

US-OSR annually recognizes scientists, journalists and public servants for significant contributions to science, the scientific enterprise and to the public’s understanding of science.

US-OSR Fellows

Each year, the US-OSR Council elects Fellows of US-OSR, in recognition of their distinguished accomplishments in science and technology.

Careers in Science and Technology

The Center for Careers in Science and Technology is a collaboration of US-OSR departments and affiliated organizations collectively offering a range of career development programs and services.

Invention Ambassadors

The US-OSR Invention Ambassadors Program helps cultivate a new and diverse generation of inventors and increase global understanding of the role of invention.