At the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, we remain committed to creating a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. That’s why our Janssen Oncology Research & Development team is thrilled to announce they have opened registration for the first step of the Janssen Scholars of Oncology Diversity Engagement Program (Janssen SODEP). This new program aims to build relationships with exceptional, ethnically diverse PhD students, medical students, PharmD students, and post-doctoral researchers. We propose to contribute to shaping their career, and bring greater visibility to our job opportunities by providing industry exposure and mentorship from our senior R&D leaders at Janssen.
There are three steps of Janssen SODEP: Exposure, Mentorship, and Placement. The first step of this program (Exposure) is a virtual Janssen Day, which will take place on September 15, 2021. Registration is open now, and registrants will be accepted on a rolling basis until maximum registration has been reached. Those who attend Janssen Day will have the unique opportunity to apply to advance to later steps of the program. Please see the tabs below for details, or download our program flyer here.
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We are pleased to offer a new program to build relationships with exceptional, ethnically diverse graduate students, medical students, PharmD students, and post-doctoral scientists. We aim to contribute to shaping their career, and bring greater exposure to opportunities at Janssen. The Janssen Scholars of Oncology Diversity Engagement Program (SODEP) is developed with the goal to follow external talent through industry exposure, mentorship, and possible placement.
Janssen Oncology will be hosting a Virtual Janssen Oncology Day on September 15, 2021, providing a unique opportunity to be exposed to the R&D process within industry and understand the critical skillsets to have a successful industry career. Interested eligible students need to register and provide a CV. Highlights include:
At the completion of the Virtual Janssen Oncology Day, scholars who would like to be considered for the mentorship step of the program will be asked to complete an application. This application will include a 1-2 page personal statement describing current research interests and interest in the program, and one letter of reference.
Based on the overall application and mentor availability, select scholars will be paired with Janssen leaders as part of an ongoing 1 year mentoring experience.
Gain increased opportunity to join the Janssen team:
As a final step, based on readiness of the scholars and overall business need at the completion of the mentorship period, select scholars may be identified as potential candidates for relevant open positions within Janssen Oncology, thus fueling our internal diversity pipeline.
CLICK HERE to complete online registration form to participate in Janssen Day. You'll need to answer a few basic questions and provide a Curriculum vitae, which should include: