Calling all Students, Recent Graduates,
and Early Career Professionals

Exciting activities and opportunities await at CERF 2017!

CERF strives to foster an inclusive and welcoming community with a particular focus on the professional development of students and recent graduates. The CERF 2017 conference includes diverse programming aimed at addressing the unique needs of students and recent graduates. In addition to professional development and networking opportunities, students and recent graduates are encouraged to take advantage of the following events and activities.

 Mentorship Program Student Travel Awards Volunteer Opportunities

Students, international, first-time attendees, and experienced members are encouraged to join as either a mentor or mentee! 

[Become a Mentee or Mentee]  

CERF Student or Early Career members in need of financial assistance to attend the 2017 conference may request for travel support. 

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Undergraduate and graduate student members may apply to work at CERF 2017 as a student volunteer in exchange for reimbursement for conference registration fees. 

[Become a Volunteer]

Career Networking Opportunities Student Presentation Awards  CERF Membership

Rub elbows with faculty, professionals, post-docs, and other students while enjoying a free meal at the Student/Early Career Networking Dinner!

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All student presentations will be eligible for CERF Student Presentation Awards!

[Learn How to Create an Outstanding Presentation]

CERF members enjoy benefits including full access to scientific journals, video library, newsletter, discounts to conferences, and more! 

[Become a CERF Member]

 Snapchat Geofilter Contest  Silent Auction Rising TIDES Mentorship Program

The CERF Social Media Team is looking for creative Snapchat geofilter ideas! The winning geofilter image will be available to attendees during the CERF 2017 conference. Deadline: 1 September 2017

[Submit a GeoFilter]

Join a good cause, and get great deals at the CERF 2017 Silent Auction! 

[Donate an Item]

CERF’s Rising TIDES initiative promotes opportunities for all underrepresented minorities while cultivating a culture that actively engages and leverages diversity of all types.

The Rising TIDES Conference Mentoring Program will jointly support underrepresented minority (URM) students and mentors to participate in CERF 2017 - 24th Biennial Conference.

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