Ask Me Anything (AMA) + Live Events
Versatile PhD’s 2018-19 event schedule will consist of a live Webinar Series with PhD career experts across a range of innovative topics. All webinars will be followed by extended, asynchronous Ask Me Anything (AMA) sessions on our Discussion Forum. Webinars will be recorded and accessible for a limited period of time after the event. AMA sessions will remain on our site indefinitely, allowing time for a wide range of questions, answers, and follow-up by anyone.
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Latest Webinar/AMA on “Post-PhD Financial Success”
November 29, 2018 (11am PST/ 2pm EST)
Emily Roberts, PhD (Founder, Personal Finance for PhDs)
Topic: “Post-PhD Financial Success: How to Prepare for and Navigate Your Transition”
Start your next job on the right foot by successfully navigating your financial transition out of your PhD training. This webinar will be your roadmap! We’ll discuss everything from moving expenses to higher taxes to your possible new financial priorities like student loan repayment, retirement savings, and buying a home. You’ll leave the webinar with a list of concrete action steps to take and pitfalls to avoid whether you’ve just accepted a job offer or are still a year or more away from looking for a job.
This FREE webinar is presented by Dr. Emily Roberts, the founder of Personal Finance for PhDs.