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The information below provides an overview of science and health career paths. The intent is to provide you with a path for reaching your career goals. Consider this a step-by-step guide that can be used as a starting point for your career.

Healthcare

What is Healthcare?

Healthcare is the largest industry in the United States. More than 18 million people work in the industry, and employment is growing rapidly, according to the Centers for Disease Control. The healthcare industry has been evolving rapidly and employment is expected to grow steadily within the next ten years due to societal demands such as an aging population. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that in 2013, there were more than 15.8 million jobs within the healthcare industry.  Working in healthcare can mean a broad range of careers from hands-on patient care, health care facilities management, to medical device and pharmaceutical research, development, and sales.

Healthcare is big business. Total U.S. health care expenditures reached $3.82 trillion in 2019, according to Plunkett Research, Ltd. Industry expenditures broke down as follows: hospital care ($1,254.7 billion); dental, physician and clinical services ($907.5 billion); prescription drugs ($360.3 billion), and nursing home and home health care ($286.8 billion).These large expenditures and the growing need translate into excellent job opportunities.

Academic Preparation

If you are interested in pursuing post-graduate or internship experiences working with patients within the healthcare industry you should consider studying mathematics and life science courses fairly early in your undergraduate career. These roles may require advanced degrees as well. If you are interested in an advanced degree, schedule an advising appointment with the Pre-Health Advisor and plan to attend all relevant programs and events each semester.

Business and other majors are also needed to manage facilities, and fill roles in finance, accounting, marketing, and human resources. These roles do not require scientific and medical knowledge, however internship or volunteer experience in a health care organization is preferable.  

Internships

Healthcare internships are available as short-term summer internship opportunities while you are in schools as well as 1-2 year post graduate fellowships. Both types of positions can lead to full-time, permanent jobs upon completion. Internships are available at hospitals and medical practices, as well as in the health insurance, public health, policy, and pharmaceutical and medical device fields. Opportunities are also available in health care advocacy organizations. You can also gain experience volunteering and/or shadowing in healthcare organizations.

Entry-Level Full-time Opportunities

Entry-level positions in healthcare are available in patient care as nurses and aides, while health care management hires entry-level positions in business functions like finance, accounting, marketing, and human resources. The pharmaceutical and medical device industries hire scientists, and engineers, and also have opportunities in product sales. The public health industry has opportunities in policy, outreach, advocacy, and research. There are also entry level opportunities in healthcare consulting.

Salary Expectations

Your salary may vary depending on your function, the sector, the organization, the geographic region, along with your skills and experience level. There is not much room for salary negotiation at the entry-point of any career path, and most organizations have benchmarked salaries with their competitors.

Recruiting Timeline

If you are interested in healthcare careers, entry-level and experienced positions are filled year-round. Look for entry-level positions as well as post-grad fellowships. Many hospitals offer 1-2 year fellowship programs similar to leadership/management development programs found at large corporations. These fellowship programs provide you with the opportunity to rotate through various healthcare management roles during a 1-2 year period, allowing you to learn the operations of the organization and pinpoint roles of interest to you.

Work with a Career Services advisor to develop your job search strategy and timeline.

Interviewing Process
Candidates for positions in healthcare should be prepared for a behavioral interview, although conversational interviews are possible. Most healthcare positions require solid verbal communications skills and analytical thinking, so you should be ready to talk about experiences, decision making, leadership capability examples, and logical thinking. Basic knowledge of current events in the healthcare industry is necessary including understanding of the effects of changes in the healthcare insurance industry on healthcare services. As with most industries, there is a big need for candidates with an understanding of technology and healthcare technology tools in particular.

Campus Resources for a Career in Healthcare

Depending on what roles you develop interest in within the healthcare industry, it may be necessary to consider meeting with different advisors during your time at the University of Richmond. If interested in a healthcare position that requires further education, schedule an advising appointment with the Pre-Health Advisor and plan to attend all relevant programs and events each semester.

*Some resources have eligibility requirements. Review program websites or contact the program directly for details.

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Deconstructing Health Program

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Campus Resources for a Career in Healthcare–Defined

Alumni Informational Interviews
Most UR alumni are willing to talk with you and share insights about their industry and career path via informational interviews. After meeting alumni at career and networking events, you can reach out to them directly to schedule a 30 minute informational interview. LinkedIn is another great resource for identifying alumni to talk with. Schedule a meeting with a career advisor to talk more about identifying contacts and making the most of your informational interviews.

Deconstructing Health
Thinking about a career in the healthcare industry, but not sure where to start? Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to learn about the major functional areas and career paths in healthcare from alumni and friends of the University representing prominent organizations. As they provide an inside look into the industry, you will learn the skills you need to be successful while making connections for your internship or job search.

Delta Epsilon Mu Colony
Delta Epsilon Mu is the only professional pre-health fraternity in the nation. Our organization works with pre-health students across medicine, dentistry, nursing, psychology, and veterinary studies. As a unique asset to prestigious universities across the United States, we strive to employ our principles of dedication, loyalty, friendship, and support in all of our efforts. From educational programs to fundraising, to community service, members of Delta Epsilon Mu participate in a diverse set of activities.

Employer Information Sessions
Many of UR’s partner organizations provide Employer Information Sessions on campus. In these sessions, employer partners will provide an overview of their organization and describe internships and jobs for students and recent graduates. These sessions are a great way for you to learn about an organization, job function, and industry and allow you the opportunity to ask questions and network with professionals.

Gain Practical Experience
Internships are opportunities for you to gain hands-on experience in an occupation or profession of interest to you. Internships are usually 8-10 week experiences during the summer of your junior year, and can be paid or unpaid. Externships are often shorter term experiences during the summer of your sophomore year where you may be learning about an organization or industry. Both experiences are a good way for you to try out different industries and job functions.

Shadowing and other clinical experiences provide an inside view to health professions and are often required for acceptance into certain professional health programs such as medical or dental school. Career Services offers workshops to support students in finding and obtaining these experiences. Students are also encouraged to meet individually with an advisor to discuss a personalized plan for gaining this valuable real-world experience.

MCAT Prep
University of Richmond offers pre-health students a MCAT preparation course in spring semesters. The University of Richmond offers a class that's team-taught by four experienced full-time faculty in biology, chemistry and physics. The course is offered free of charge to full-time students who express a desire to attend medical school. The course incorporates previously administered MCAT examinations for practice.

Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students
This organization is a chapter affiliated with Student National Medical Association (S.N.M.A.) The chapter is dedicated to serving underserved communities through a variety of community service and volunteering activities. The overall goal is to improve minority matriculation into all professional health related programs.

Mock Interview/Interview Workshops
Prepare for the interview process by attending a Career Services sponsored interviewing workshop, where you will hear about the interview process and learn tactics for excelling in a behavioral interview. Schedule a one-on-one mock interview with a career advisor to practice your interview skills.

On-Campus Interviews (Recruiting)
Many of UR’s partner organizations conduct interviews for externships, internships, and full-time jobs on campus via Career Services. These opportunities are posted by the employers on SpiderConnect, where you will apply for the job, and if selected, schedule an interview.

Pre-Dental Club
The Pre-Dental Club is an organization for students who would like to pursue a career in dentistry. It is a pre-health club that strives to make it's members well prepared and competitive dental school applicants.

Pre-Health Advising
Dr. John Vaughan, Director of Pre-health Education, advises all Richmond students who are considering a health profession career. Dr. Vaughan meets regularly with pre-health students, helping them design their curriculum and plan for extracurricular activities such as clinical experiences. During their application year, students receive assistance with centralized applications, personal statement preparation, interview preparation, and health professional school selection.

Resume Review Workshops
UR Career Services holds workshops where you can learn about the basics of resume writing and get your resumes reviewed by peer advisors and career advisers.

UR Career Expos
The Spider Career Expos allows students and alumni to connect with full-time and internship opportunities. Approximately 50 organizations and more than 300 students attend annually. The expos are open to students in all majors and class years.

UR EMS
University of Richmond Emergency Medical Services (UREMS) is a student-run organization of dedicated first responders who offer assistance in the event of a medical emergency on campus. All members are certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT-Bs) in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and participate in additional training with Richmond Ambulance Authority. Members respond to 911 calls in teams of two alongside University of Richmond police 24 hours a day, seven days a week throughout the academic year.

Wellness 090: Exploring Healthcare Careers
Students who complete Exploring Healthcare Careers will: Explore and identify a variety of careers in the healthcare industry; Identify and connect personal values to a career in healthcare; Research and connect current events and trends in the healthcare arena to personal career path Learn about and practice using Career Services resources, in person and online; Gain the skills necessary to create well-written resumes and cover letters; Practice interviewing strategies to share their personal stories; Complete an action plan that includes unique next steps in the career development process.

Wellness 090: Life & Career After UR
Students who complete Life and Careers will: Learn about and practice using Career Services tools and resources, in person and online; Increase self-awareness through occupational and values assessment exercises; Obtain the skills necessary to create tailored, well-written resumes and cover letters; Learn strategies for maximizing use of LinkedIn to manage a professional network; Complete an out-of-class career development exercise relevant to career goals and needs.

Online Career Resources

Pre-Health University of Richmond Website
Explore Health Careers Website
Virginia Health Workforce Development Authority
What is Public Health? Website

Professional Associations

Virginia Public Health Association
American Public Health Association
International Association of National Public Health Institutes
American Health Care Association
American Association of Health Insurance Plans
Idealist.org
Connect VA
Council on Education for Public Health
Association of American Medical Colleges

Computer Science & Information Technology

What is Computer Science & Information Technology?

The information technology (IT) field is a segment of engineering focused on developing, installing, and implementing computer systems and applications to store, process, and receive data electronically.

IT can be divided into three broad categories: hardware, software, and the Internet.

Hardware refers to the physical equipment of a computer, such as motherboards, memory chips, and microprocessors.

Software includes the programs that tell the hardware exactly what to do and how to do it.

The Internet is composed of numerous global networks that are connected to each other. 

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that as of May 2018 there were approximately 4.5 million people employed in computer and mathematical occupations, of which about 1.4 million people worked in jobs related to software development and programming. Employment opportunities for computer professionals, including software engineers, systems administrators, network administrators, computer systems analysts, database administrators, and support specialists are expected to increase by 12% between 2018-2028, a rate much faster than average for all occupations. (Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2020)

Skill Set

You will need a bachelor's degree in computer science, math, or physics along with internship experience. You should be skilled at computers, digital media, and math, and possess scientific and technical problem solving traits. The ability to translate technical concepts to non-technical is a plus. 

To succeed in this field you must keep up with the latest technology. The technology of today may be obsolete in months, if not weeks, and only those individuals who work to remain on the cutting edge will have long-term growth potential during their career. (Vault, 2015)

Internships

Every organization has technology needs. You can gain internship experience working in the technology industry at organizations like SAP, Microsoft, and IBM, or working in the IT department in other industries such as banking, consulting, non-profit, or government. Some intern titles include: Intern Developer, Software Engineer Intern, Software Designer Intern, or Information Technology Development Program Intern. 

Entry Level Full-time Opportunities

There is a broad range of entry-level positions in computer science & information technology. Some titles include: IT Consultant, Computer & Video Game Designer, Computer Network Administrator, Computer Systems Programmer/Analyst, Software Developer, and Computer Engineer. 

Salary Expectations

Salaries will vary depending on the sector, the organization, the geographic region, and the skill of the candidate. There is not much room for salary negotiation at the entry-point of any career path, and most companies have benchmarked salaries with their competitors. 

Recruiting Timeline

While the technology industry hires many computer professionals, all organizations from the private to the public sector have technology needs to fill. When considering your first job after graduation, identify the industry and type of organization for which you would like to work.

Much of the technology industry recruiting occurs in the fall of your senior year, however other non-technology organizations fill positions year-round. Work with UR Career Services to help you identify industries and appropriate recruiting timelines.

Interviewing Process

The interviewing process involves a combination of behavioral screening interviews followed by technical interviews, and in some instances, case style interviews. You will most likely go through many rounds starting with phone or Skype interviews followed by an interview day on-site at the hiring organization. 

Many of the top technology organizations like Google and Amazon are known for their rigorous interviewing process, so it is important that you use resources like glassdoor.com to research and prepare for the interview process.  UR Career Services can provide you with interview preparation tools and mock interviews to help you prepare for the interview process. 

Campus Resources for a Career in Computer Science & Information Technology

*Some resources have eligibility requirements. Review program websites or contact the program directly for details.

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Campus Resources for a Career in Computer Science & Information Technology-Defined 

Alumni Informational Interviews
Most UR alumni are willing to talk with you and share insights about their industry and career path via informational interviews. After meeting alumni at career and networking events, you can reach out to them directly to schedule a 30 minute informational interview. LinkedIn is another great resource for identifying alumni to talk with. Schedule a meeting with a career advisor to talk more about identifying contacts and making the most of your informational interviews.

Case Interview Workshops and Training Series
Case interviews are becoming increasingly common for job and internship applicants, particularly in the consulting industry, and require significant practice and preparation. Career Services offers case interview workshops, mock case interviews and the three-part Case Interview Training Series program designed to provide hands-on experience and preparation. These workshops and programs will help you understand different types of cases and will provide practice solving them with peers, Career Services staff, and faculty.

Employer Information Sessions
Many of UR’s partner organizations provide Employer Information Sessions on campus. In these sessions, employer partners will provide an overview of their organization and describe internships and jobs for students and recent graduates. These sessions are a great way for you to learn about an organization, job function, and industry and allow you the opportunity to ask questions and network with professionals. 

Internship/Externship
Internships are opportunities for you to gain hands-on experience in an occupation or profession of interest to you. Internships are usually 8-10 week experiences during the summer of your junior year, and can be paid or unpaid.  Externships are often shorter term experiences during the summer of your sophomore year where you may be learning about an organization or industry. Both experiences are a good way for you to try out different industries and job functions.

Mathematics & Computer Science Colloquium
An ongoing series of speakers sponsored by the Mathematics & Computer Science Program.

Mock Interview/Interview Workshops
Prepare for the interview process by attending a Career Services sponsored interviewing workshop, where you will hear about the interview process and learn tactics for excelling in a behavioral interview. Schedule a one-on-one mock interview with a career advisor to practice your interview skills. 

On-Campus Interviews (Recruiting) 
Many of UR’s partner organizations conduct interviews for externships, internships, and full-time jobs on campus via Career Services. These opportunities are posted by the employers on SpiderConnect, where you will apply for the job, and if selected, schedule an interview. 

Research Experience 
Taking part in undergraduate research can help you supplement classroom learning, develop a strong relationship with a faculty mentor, and refine career goals. You can choose to work on a project of your own design, or as part of a faculty member's research grant. The Mathematics & Computer Science website offers more information about research opportunities in the department.

Resume Review Workshops
UR Career Services holds workshops where you can learn about the basics of resume writing and get your resumes reviewed by peer advisors and career advisers.

UR Career Expo
The Spider Career Expos allows students and alumni to connect with full-time and internship opportunities. Approximately 50 organizations and more than 300 students attend annually. The expos are open to students in all majors and class years.

Wellness 090: Career Exploration
Students who complete Career Exploration will: Learn about and practice using Career Services resources, in person and online; Develop self-awareness through use of personality and values assessment tools; Gain the skills necessary to create well-written resumes and cover letters; Learn the basics of using LinkedIn; Complete an informational interview with a professional working in an industry of interest; Develop strategies for considering and selecting a major(s).

Wellness 090: Life & Career After UR
Students who complete Life and Careers will: Learn about and practice using Career Services tools and resources, in person and online; Increase self-awareness through occupational and values assessment exercises; Obtain the skills necessary to create tailored, well-written resumes and cover letters; Learn strategies for maximizing use of LinkedIn to manage a professional network; Complete an out-of-class career development exercise relevant to career goals and needs.

Sustainability and Green

What are Sustainability & Green Careers?

In the 1960s and 1970s, many companies began to plan more intentionally about what their business was doing in order to benefit people and communities. The term “corporate social responsibility” came into existence and this factor was considered when assessing the value and worth of an organization. Over the past 20 years, businesses have expanded their attention to extend beyond merely profit and people, and a new focus emerged which can be defined by an organization’s mission of becoming “environmentally responsible” or “green”. Green jobs, as defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics are:
A. Jobs in businesses that produce goods or provide services that benefit the environment or conserve natural resources.
B. Jobs in which workers' duties involve making their establishment's production processes more environmentally friendly or use fewer natural resources. (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics) 

Skill Set

Skills for green jobs are often the same skills you need for traditional jobs. It's your ability to transfer those traditional skills to a green project or process that could launch you into green. If you follow a technical or scientific path, you will want to focus your skill development on strategies and tactics that promote greater energy efficiencies. Being passionate about and understanding the science behind the green industry will show your passion.

Internships

Internships are available working in government and with non-profits focused on developing stronger green practices, while more technical internships are available in the utilities and construction industries. The roles will provide you with an opportunity to learn more about the industry while building your network for your full time job search. Work with a Career Services advisor to determine your career path in the green industry. 

Entry Level Full-time Opportunities

You are likely to find green jobs of all functions in many different industries, but some are more likely to have them than others.  The utilities industry has many green jobs that are scientific and/or technical in nature; focusing on properly treating and disposing of waste, supplying energy, and supplying clean water to homes and businesses.  Positions in the construction industry help homes and businesses use energy and water more efficiently.  

Many business roles can have a green focus, by providing business services to organizations with a green focus.  Roles like event planning, fundraising, communications, and business analyst are all needed in organizations focused on the green industry.

Many government roles influence the green industry, working in a policy and legislative role will allow you to influence the industry from the political side.

There are also many nonprofit organizations that are focused on education and advocacy around green issues.

Salary Expectations

Your salary may vary depending on the sector, the organization, the geographic region, and your skills and experience level. There is not much room for salary negotiation at the entry-point of any career path, and most organizations have benchmarked salaries with their competitors. 

Recruiting Timeline

If you are interested in green careers, entry-level and experienced positions are filled year-round, with hiring timelines often based on your function of interest. Internships are a good way to learn more about the field and gain relevant skills. Work with a Career Services advisor to develop your job search strategy and timeline. 

Interviewing Process

Candidates for positions in the sustainability and green industry should be prepared for a behavioral interview, although case and technical interviews are possible based on the job function for which you are applying. Most green positions require a passion for the environment and making the world a better place. Solid verbal communications skills and analytical thinking are important so you should be ready to talk about your experiences with decision making, leadership, and problem solving. Basic knowledge of green legislation and current events is important as well. 

Campus Resources for a Green Career Path

*Some resources have eligibility requirements. Review program websites or contact the program directly for details.

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University of Richmond Sustainability Advocates (URSA)

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Green UR

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Wellness 090: Career Exploration

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Campus Resources for a Green Career

Alumni Informational Interviews

Most UR alumni are willing to talk with you and share insights about their industry and career path via informational interviews. After meeting alumni at career and networking events, you can reach out to them directly to schedule a 30 minute informational interview. LinkedIn is another great resource for identifying alumni to talk with. Schedule a meeting with a career advisor to talk more about identifying contacts and making the most of your informational interviews.

Employer Information Sessions

Many of UR’s partner organizations provide Employer Information Sessions on campus. In these sessions, employer partners will provide an overview of their organization and describe internships and jobs for students and recent graduates. These sessions are a great way for you to learn about an organization, job function, and industry and allow you the opportunity to ask questions and network with professionals.

Green UR
Students organize environmental campaigns and host sustainability-related events.

Internship/Externship
Internships are opportunities for you to gain hands-on experience in an occupation or profession of interest to you.  Internships are usually 8-10 week experiences during the summer of your junior year, and can be paid or unpaid.  Externships are often shorter term experiences during the summer of your sophomore year where you may be learning about an organization or industry. Both experiences are a good way for you to try out different industries and job functions.

Mock Interview/Interview Workshops
Prepare for the interview process by attending a Career Services sponsored interviewing workshop, where you will hear about the interview process and learn tactics for excelling in a behavioral interview. Schedule a one-on-one mock interview with a career advisor to practice your interview skills. 

On-Campus Interviews (Recruiting)
Many of UR’s partner organizations conduct interviews for externships, internships, and full-time jobs on campus via Career Services. These opportunities are posted by the employers on SpiderConnect, where you will apply for the job, and if selected, schedule an interview. 

Resume Review Workshops
UR Career Services holds workshops where you can learn about the basics of resume writing and get your resumes reviewed by peer advisors and career advisers.

Students Engaging & Enacting Dialogue on Service (SEEDS)

SEEDS is a student-run organization that focuses on engaging students in meaningful and sustainable service projects as well as dialogue centered around the social justice and environmental issues in specific communities.

University of Richmond Sustainability Advocates (URSA)

University of Richmond Sustainability Advocates (URSA) is an Office for Sustainability student program that empowers students to learn about sustainability at UR, adopt personal actions that reduce their environmental footprint, engage in sustainability events, and support campus sustainability initiatives.

https://sustainability.richmond.edu/involved/students/ursa.html

UR Career Expo
The Spider Career Expos allow students and alumni to connect with full-time and internship opportunities. Approximately 50 organizations and more than 300 students attend annually. The expos are open to students in all majors and class years.

Wellness 090: Career Exploration
Students who complete Career Exploration will: Learn about and practice using Career Services resources, in person and online; Develop self-awareness through use of personality and values assessment tools; Gain the skills necessary to create well-written resumes and cover letters; Learn the basics of using LinkedIn; Complete an informational interview with a professional working in an industry of interest; Develop strategies for considering and selecting a major(s).

Wellness 090: Life & Career After UR
Students who complete Life and Careers will: Learn about and practice using Career Services tools and resources, in person and online; Increase self-awareness through occupational and values assessment exercises; Obtain the skills necessary to create tailored, well-written resumes and cover letters; Learn strategies for maximizing use of LinkedIn to manage a professional network; Complete an out-of-class career development exercise relevant to career goals and needs. 

Online Career Resources

EnvironmentalJobs.com
Cyber-Sierra’s Natural Resources Job Search
Environmental Career Center
Green America
GreenBiz
Green Dream Jobs
Green Jobs
GreenJobSearch.org
SustainableBusiness.com
North American Association for Environmental Education

Professional Associations

Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA)
Environmental & Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS)
National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP)
Northwest Environmental Business Council (NEBC)
North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE)

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