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Meet qualified veterans who are eager to start their career in the life science industry at our Fall Veterans in Life Science Career Fair.

Biocom Companies are Tapping into Veteran Talent – Now is Your Chance!

  • Thu Oct 18 19:50:00 GMT 2018
  • San Diego
  • Author Leandra Boysen

It’s been nearly a month since Biocom Institute’s Second Annual Veteran’s Symposium, and San Diego veterans have been hard at work transitioning their skills to support our buzzing industry. Managers, Directors, and Commanders, these women and men are eager to bring their organization and dedication to your company. On the morning of Friday, November 9th, Biocom Institute will hold the Fall Veterans in Life Science Career Fair. Following the success of the spring career fair, we’ve decided to expand the event.

There’s still space for you! If your company’s HR department is currently working to fill positions and has an interest in learning about veterans’ fit, this is the perfect opportunity! Join companies at this event like Illumina, NuVasive, Vertex, and more as you meet with qualified veterans.
Share this with your recruiters and HR specialists! For more information and to register, email Leandra at


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