Career Guidance Resources

Tools for Trainees and Program Directors

PS+D career navigators offer complimentary training program presentations and career guidance resources to trainees and program directors to help them succeed after training.

Providers in Training

Are you ready to ask the right interview questions? Do you know when to begin considering offers? Download our complimentary resources designed to help you prepare for your future.

Our career resources include:

  • Timeline for Success
  • Creating an Elevator Speech
  • Interview Tips
  • Questions to Ask and Answer
  • Position Comparison Chart
  • Credentialing Checklist
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Program Directors

You give trainees the right training to save lives, but how do you prepare them to find a career in medicine? Let us help you guide them. Often we can travel to your institution and present to your trainees in person, at no cost to you.

Our presentation topics include:

  • CV and cover letter preparation
  • Compensation models and market trends
  • Interview and site visit tips
  • Credentialing and licensing
  • Strategies for work-life balance
  • And more

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Read What Others Think of Our Presentations

  • “Highly organized, very informative to the students! What was presented both from the employer side and the applicant side was very germane to my students. Well-organized, good delivery. The entire presentation was useful to the students! I think the emphasis on what THEY needed to consider and ask questions about was very helpful!”

    — Program Director

  • “Thank you all for taking the time to travel and present to the residents yesterday. The program was well-received. We appreciate working with you and hope to have the opportunity again in the future!”

    — Clinical Assistant Professor

  • “Thanks for coming out today! You bring such a wealth of information to our students and I appreciate your perspective.”

    — Clinical Professor and Associate Program Director

  • “This team was wonderful, and I am very happy they privileged us with their lecture. Each was very good at defining new words/phrases, answering questions, and delivering information in a steady, step-by-step manner. I took so much out of the lecture and have begun to apply it already. I would love to have them all back for more helpful lectures that will certainly greatly benefit us in the near future as we job-search, interview, and negotiate. Thank you!”

    — Physician Assistant student

  • “Thanks for your time and information without bias! I feel that we residents do not think that far ahead and it is good to check in on what we don’t know.”

    — Family Medicine resident

  • Good energy, very useful information, glad to have it before I am starting my job search.”

    — Family Medicine resident