We chatted with Langley Barth, Navy veteran and MVPvets mentee to discuss how military training lends itself well to leadership positions at biotech and medical device companies.
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There’s an increasing demand for biotech and medical device jobs. Here’s how veterans and active-duty can transition into these industries.
MedTechVets Launches the Academy, a Free Training and Mentorship Program In some ways, this is the perfect time for veterans to consider careers in the medical device and life science industry. The industry has not been immune to the economic fallout from the...
Victoria Hathaway, MVPvets Operations Manager, recently had the opportunity to engage with Roshni Kasturi, a thought leader in the medical device and pharmaceutical industry, about why veterans should consider a career in this ever-growing industry.
You’d think it would be the other way around, right? As in, calling on people who may have a job, because you need one? But, here’s the thing… when there’s a drastic rise in unemployment, everyone else is doing exactly that.
James Szepesy, MVPvets mentor and Head of Operational Excellence at Genentech, shares valuable knowledge on job searching, networking, applying, employer interviews, and remote work logistics during the days of Covid-19.
ose Vasquez, District Service Manager with Varian Medical Systems, and former Army Special Forces, speaks with MVPvets Operations Manager, Victoria Hathaway, about “Knowing what you want to do when using LinkedIn to build your network.”