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Register Today for the NeuroJobs Virtual Career Fair

The NeuroJobs Career Center will host its first virtual career fair from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. EDT on March 19. The event will help members connect with employers and network with other professionals in the field. Registration is free for job seekers, and discounts apply for employers that are institutional program or sustaining associate members. Visit the registration page to learn more and secure your space!

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