As an optometry student in your fourth year, you have your eyes set on exams, research, and rotations. But it’s never too early (or too late!) to start planning the next step in your career.
Whether you are an experienced doctor of optometry or a recent graduate applying for your first position, settle your nerves by asking the right questions.
Having the right work/life balance can be important to you as you seek a new position. AOAExcel spoke to an experienced OD on the best way to approach the topic.
Make your first initial impression count with these dos and don'ts on your optometric resume.
AOAExcel talks with Chelsea Page of Covenant Physician Partners to gain a recruiter's perspective on how ODs can impress during a phone interview.
Establishing your personal brand is an important part of setting a successful career course.
A young doctor of optometry starting a career search can be aided greatly with timely advice from an OD who has been there before.
AOAExcel takes a look at the appropriate actions to take after an optometric interview in the fourth part of the Standing Out in an Interview series.
In the third part of AOAExcel's four-part Standing Out in an Interview Series AOAExcel takes a look at advice for minimizing a candidate's feelings of nerves and intimidation heading into an interview.