This event has been cancelled, stay tuned for updates about it’s resheduling Are you interested in careers that use data to make informed decisions in the Food, Agriculture, Natural Resources or Human sciences? Do you want to know how professionals landed their career or what they wished they did during college?
Are you interested in learning more about the DA-FANH internship or our fellowship? Keep reading to hear from our fellowship recipient and Fall 2022 intern, Rosie Diaz! About Rosie Rosie is a current Chico State student majoring in Agricultural Business. She started at Chico State in the Fall of 2023 after transferring from a community college in her hometown.
Spring 2023 Career Panel The Spring 2023 Career Panel happened late in March and we had a great time meeting with four data science professionals and learning all about their careers. Our students had a lot of great questions to ask, and the career professionals were able to provide some amazing answers and helped to educate the students on what a career in data looks like.
See a recap of highlights from our monthly Ask Me Anything sessions where our data science professionals share classes they recommended undergraduates take in order to succeed in graduate school or in their data science careers. Our next AMA speaker for the month of April will be announced soon! Learn more and check out upcoming speakers here
Are you interested in the DA-FANH internship? Hear from one of our data science interns and read about his experiences! About Sufyian Sufyian is a Chico State graduate who majored in anthropology with a minor in applied statistics. He currently works as a Research Assistant I for the Center For Data Insights.
Interested in careers in data? Well then do not miss the Chico State Data Driven Career Panel happening this month! In collaboration with the Chico State Career Center, Project DA-FANH is virtually bringing four amazing professionals in the data science field to talk with students about their careers. Come learn from industry experts about various careers in the Agriculture and Natural Sciences fields.
This month’s “Ask me Anything” speaker is the amazing Dr. Sara Bleich, the Director of Nutrition Security and Health Equity in the Food and Nutrition Service at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). This is not the only data driven career experience Dr. Bleich has! Come and ask her questions about her experience as the Senior Advisor for COVID-19 in the Office of the Secretary at USDA, or as a Senior Policy Adviser for Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services and with the First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move!
Happy Spring! We kick off February’s “Ask me Anything” speaker series with Ricardo Aguilar, a Chico State Statistics Alumni now working to better the health of children. Come ask Ricardo about his journey to become a Research Computational Scientist I at Children’s Health of Orange County and learn how he supports research through project ideation, study design, data management, inferential statistics, statistical and machine learning model building, and manuscript writing to advance pediatric care.
Upcoming Scholarship and Internship Opportunities As a student attending a Hispanic Serving Institution, there are many internships and scholarships that you may be eligible for! Keep reading to see some of the amazing opportunities that are waiting for you. Interested in completing a paid internship in your field? The HACU National Internship Program offers students from all majors and all backgrounds paid internships in their field at a federal agency.
Are you interested in careers that use data to make informed decisions in the Food, Agriculture, Natural Resources or Human sciences? Do you want to know how professionals landed their career or what they wished they did during college? Our monthly “Ask me Anything” speaker series continues with Natalia Cañas. Come ask Natalia about her journey to become a Research and Policy Associate at the National Alliance for Hispanic Health and learn how she uses research and data to understand the impact of COVID-19 on the Hispanic community.