Cyberonics and the MedTech and BioTech Veterans Program are partnering to conduct a re-careering event for transitioning military and veterans in Houston, Texas. The event, which is free and will take place on November 19th, is a great chance for veterans and transitioning military personnel to gain new insights into employment opportunities at Cyberonics and in the medical device manufacturing field.
This seminar will be offer a comprehensive set of career-related topics that include mentoring, resume building, and personal engagement with managers that are currently hiring and seeking to employ some of the program participants. Both military personnel in transition from service and honorably discharged veterans are invited to apply for this opportunity to participate in the event, which is designed to help transition them into the employment market.
Coaches and mentors from the medical technology industry will help military personnel review and refine their resumes, improve interview skills, and create a professional online presence in social media in order to successfully improve networking skills. Cyberonics will also consider offering internship opportunities.
Seats are limited and pre-registration is needed to ensure that participants get place at the event [pre-registration here].
Details About The Event
- November 19, 2014
- 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- The location is the Cyberonics Headquarters [google maps]
100 Cyberonics Boulevard
Houston, TX 77058 USA
- The event is free for transitioning military and veterans (materials, breakfast, lunch and parking are provided without any charges)
About Cyberonics, MedTech and BioTech Veterans Program
Cyberonics a medical technology company expert in neuromodulation that developed the Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS) Therapy system to treatment of epilepsy and resistant depression. The technology works through a surgically implanted medical device that pulse electrical signals.
The MedTech and BioTech Veterans Program is a nonprofit organization that aims to bring 5,000 transitioning military and veterans into the Life Sciences by 2018 through mentoring, training, and education. The goal is to help those who served in military roles and refer them into new careers in MedTech, BioTech, BioFuels, Pharmaceutical, and Wireless Medical Technology sectors.