The role of the NJACS Younger Chemists Committee is to promote the interests of members under the age of 35 (or close to that age).It provides graduate students, post-doctoral chemists, and young professionals with the opportunity to interact with other chemists in the section, to help them better direct their careers, and to increase their involvement in the ACS.We do it through organizing social events, volunteering, networking and mentor/mentee opportunities, talks, seminars, and generally having a bit of fun. Membership is free.We have been revamping and reinvigorating the club in the last few years and have a host of new and exciting activities planned for this year.
So What Can You Do?
If you are under 35 (or just think you are!!) we need your feedback. What events do you want to see? How can we help you? We are here to serve you, so please send us your comments and suggestions. Better still, get involved!
For more information about our group or upcoming events please visit us on our YCC Google group, and post your questions. One of us will get back to you shortly. Or check us out on the National ACS YCC site…
Bill Suits (NJACS Advisor)
Monica Sekharan (Advisor)