The 2nd annual A Night with Science is almost here! This year, St. Petersburg College is bringing you this exploratory, interactive, and fun event entirely online! We are utilizing online technology to recreate A Night with Science to bring you the same great information and the same opportunity to connect with scientists from a variety of industries.
A Night with Science will be held entirely on Zoom!
- Thursday, November 5th from 6-8pm
- To Register, Click HERE!
A Night with Science is open to all current students and alumni! This is an unbelievable opportunity to speak directly with industry experts to discover potential career paths and learn about internship opportunities. This event will also serve as an excellent source of information for those who are still exploring degree and career options.
Here are the science industries that will be represented:
- 3 Daughters Brewing
- Brewing – Chemistry, Product Development, Biotechnology & Biology
- Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission
- Wildlife Conservation – Research & Management
- City of Largo – Sustainability Program
- Sustainability Management
- Solar Source
- Solar and Renewable Energy
- Clearwater Marine Aquarium
- Marine Biology
- Pinellas County Utilities
- Water Quality
- University of Florida and Pinellas County Mapping Division
- Geographic Information Systems
- Pinellas County Public Works/Environmental Management
- Industry Certifications and Trainings
A Night with Science will give all attendees the opportunity to speak directly with these industry experts and inform your career decisions. You will also be able to speak with college and university representatives to explore degree options that could lead you to your career field of choice.
- University of Florida
- St. Petersburg College
- University of South Florida
Please join us for A Night with Science! Business casual attire is recommended if you plan to turn on your camera and interact with these industry experts. You are also welcome to just stop by and listen in. No dress code is required for attending and getting good information. For more tips on attending virtual career events online, click here.
Stop by the Science and Mathematics community page on Workplace each weekday from now until November 5th to learn more about our industry presenters.