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CAREER DEVELOPMENT
Being an active participant in NESACS activities will enable you to network with major institutions and corporations in our area and can open up new career opportunites.
The NESACS Board of Publications, which is responsible for both the Nucleus newsletter and the NESACS website, is looking to increase its activities in this arena.
We would like to expand our capabiltites for keepig our membership informed on what is happening in our field and how to adapt to changing times and new technologies.
You can help us do that. All we ask of you is a few hours a month and a smile.
Call or email to see what opportunities are available.
contact - Michael Filosa
NESACS Board of Publications
Phone - 505-843-9070
Email: filosam@verizon.net

NUCLEUS VOLUNTEERING
The Nucleus readership is greater Massachusetts' largest source for chemical and biochemical personnel. It reaches more than 7,000 readers each month.
In order to maintain the high standards that have been developed for this important NESACS publication we need to add new members to the editorial team.
Being part of this team can help you develop organizational and developmental skills as well as help you network with people from large area companies.
You should take advantage of this opportunity to increase your skills. In the process you will open up new opportunities for career development.
For further information contact
Mike Filosa, Nucleus Editor
 

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