Finding Your North: Self-help Strategies for Science-related Careers
Finding Your North is a collection of key historically unspoken insights for students pursuing careers in science and medicine. The authors of this book are the mentors that students always hoped for, but never found. They will help one find their way to true North--which may be a traditional career in medicine or science or an exciting alternative career that requires a strong scientific foundation. This book will dare you to dream your perfect career and empower you to actualize it. Original.
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