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Live Training Event: Networking for Scientists & Engineers

The importance of networking in the fields of science and engineering cannot be overstated. Opportunities – whether for career gain, your firm’s revenue or the advancement of research – rarely come to those who wait. Your proactive efforts to build relationships are the key to your success.

This webcast, led by Anthony Fasano (PE), addresses the importance of networking throughout your career and provides strategies for effective networking and relationship building. You’ll learn essential techniques for both live events and online. By applying the strategies presented in this session, you will greatly increase your personal reach, setting the stage for massive benefits.

Topics Covered Include:

  • Putting the other person’s needs ahead of your own
  • What, how, why, with who, where
  • Building trust and asking the right questions
  • Networking with goals in mind
  • How to select the right events to attend or associations to join
  • How to build a complete LinkedIn profile

Presenter Information:


Anthony Fasano (PE) 
Professional Development Coach, Author and Speaker
The Engineering Career Coach

Mr. Fasano – a AAAS Member – is proud to serve as the executive director for The New York State Society of Professional Engineers, whose mission is to advocate licensure, promote the ethical, competent and lawful practice of engineering and enhance the image and interests of members and the engineering profession. As the founder of The Engineering Career Coach, Mr. Fasano is dedicated to creating content for engineers to help them develop essential career-building skills. He is also a speaker and author, having appeared in a TEDx talk and written the bestselling book Engineer Your Own Success. In addition, he has conducted numerous webinars, webcasts, presentations and interviews, and has two top-rated iTunes podcasts for engineering professionals.

Earlier Event: September 10
Science Diplomacy & Leadership Workshop 2017
Later Event: September 20
Talking Science to Non-scientists