CID4 is holding its Boulder edition of oHours Session #1: How to Form Your Bioscience Company on Tuesday 24 July. This month’s Session host is Richard C. Duke, Ph.D. (see bio below).
Come learn how oHours, a new community-service offering, works and find out how oHours may benefit you and your company. Details will be shared at two introductory sessions:
UPDATE | The Application Deadline Has Been Extended to COB Monday 7 November
CID4 is now seeking graduate student interns for the remaining 2011/2012 academic calendar.
Graduate interns will have an opportunity to be involved in many aspects of business development, implementation and program activities while providing key support to management and staff. Additionally, all CID4 interns share responsibilities for administrative tasks that keep the office running smoothly and ensure top quality program support. In a busy professional setting, candidates must be good team players, know how to prioritize tasks and manage their time well. Expect to allocate a minimum of ten-hours per week to your internship.
Under the supervision of senior management, the CID4 graduate intern(s) will assist in the construction of a competitive intelligence virtual library that may ultimately function as an important shared resource for the entire Colorado bioscience ecosystem. In addition, assistance with research and due diligence, and other development projects are required.
To receive the application packet forward your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadline for 2011/2012 academic calendar appointments is October 31.
Download job description here.