Re: New graduate looking for work
Good luck on taking your certification exam.
One place to look for jobs is at the Histotech's Home Page:
1. Click on Peggy's Links, then click on Jobs
I have about 10-12 links to site that help people who
are looking for jobs. Most are sites that help anyone
(e.g. Monster.com), some are sites that link to 20-50+
newspapers all over the country. Two are sites that
specialize in histology jobs. Some sites are the type
that you do all the work, some sites are "headhunters".
2. Two other sites on the Histotech's Home Page:
A. Click on "Histotechs Looking for Jobs". Steven will post
a notice that you are looking for work, and where.
B. Click on "Jobs in Histology Bulletin Board". This site
lists histology jobs across the country.
Please be aware, Steven Slap posts these for free, but
during his "free" time - when he's not working, not on the
road at state histology meetings, not demonstrating
equipment to labs, not taking care of his son, etc. So
if you are in a hurry, this is not the site for you.
There is no charge.
3. NSH Home Page
Go to http://www.nsh.org/employment
You can look for jobs all over the country, or can list
yourself as looking for a job.
There are forms you can click on, to fill out.
There is no charge for a histotech to list that they
are looking for a job. (There is a charge for
hospitals/labs to post a job opening.)
4. ASCP Job Page.
Go to http://www.ascp.org
Click on "Jobs".
Pick "Histologic Technician/Histotechnologist"
That's all I can think of for right now. Good luck!
Peggy A. Wenk, HTL(ASCP)SLS
William Beaumont Hospital
Royal Oak, MI 48073
----- Original Message -----
From: "amy senn"
Sent: Saturday, April 20, 2002 2:15 AM
Subject: New graduate looking for work
> Hello everyone...
> Just wanted to say first off that I really enjoy
> getting this newsletter. There are a lot of questions
> & answers that I do not understand, but I'm taking in
> everything & I'm sure that I'll learn a lot.
> Being a new graduate, I'm looking for employment. I'm
> currently doing my externship at our corner's office
> here in Allegheny County PA. I'm willing to relocate,
> but I'm still exploring all avenues because I don't
> know where the 'ideal' location would be for me. I
> haven't taken my boards as yet, but I have sent in my
> paperwork & fee so I'm waiting to hear from them as to
> how to proceed.
> I've looked on a few 'histo' sites on the web and have
> applied for several positions.
> I have gotten responses & talked with a few
> prospective employers. (wow!) :)
> I'm just wondering if anyone could give me any words
> of wisdom, or direct me in any way so that I can
> totally explore all my opportunities before making a
> decision. Also, can anyone give me some sites that I
> can look for more jobs? Or even let me know if there
> are any openings where they may be interested in a
> quick-learning student?
> I so appreciate all your help & thank you for allowing
> me to be a part of this newsletter. I think this is a
> great idea...we all need to share our knowledge so we
> can be our best!
> I hope you all have a wonderful day....
> FOR INFORMATION ON AMY'S HISTOLOGY PROGRAM, PLEASE VISIT HER WEBSITE....
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