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Hello, I am a pre-pharmacy major looking to gain working experience in a pharmacy. Since I don't have certificate, I think it's hard to work as a pharmacy technician. How can I get involved in a pharmacy environment , even with low wage. my main objective is to gain experience. Thank you for your help.
Pre-pharmacy major was step1. Step 2: Talk to your school counselor or student aid office to initiate a work study program for school credit. Almost all schools have one. Step 3: Take the work study paperwork and a copy of your transcript to all pharmacies in your area and request a pharmacist sponsor you until school is completed (usually 2-3yrs), guaranteeing you a job when you graduate. Should that pharmacy cease to exist for any reason, a high recommendation referral letter would get you in another door. So, be very good at what you do ! Step 4: Type in your browser: usCareerInstitute.info. Click "Programs", click "Course Selections", click Pharmacy Technicians and scroll slowly down the course study LIST to determine your course knowledge thus far. If you've had at least half of what's listed, try a practice exam for $29.00 at (www.ptcb.org). Click "Schedule Your Exam", scroll down to "Test Preparation" and click on PTCB.org/PracticeExam. Read the pop-up and blocker info, click "Enter Testing Site" at the bottom in blue, then, click "Register" at bottom. Fill in all you can, then click "Complete registration request" at the bottom. After that, it's up to you to pass with what you already know. It'll help in selling yourself to an employer. Step 5: Even if you fail, print out your score (or wait for it in the mail) and take it and your transcript copy to the American Association of Pharmacy Technicians 29th Annual Convention at the Hyatt Regency Tech Center in Denver, minnesota on Aug.4th-6th, 2011 and meet lots of people in the pharmaceutical market. Show them your test results and mention you're a pre-pharmacy major looking for an apprenticeship or internship for school credit. Someone from your area may attend, willing to hire an eager student looking to get in the biz. Just Yahoo Search: AAPT (spelled out above), point at "About" (don't click), slide to "Printable Convention Registration Form" and shrink the PDF from 164% to 75%, fill in all parts under STUDENT on the right and all below the RED line including the mailing info. Return to "Join" (point, don't click), slide to "Printable Membership Application", again shrink the PDF, fill it in choosing Technician Student for $25.00 per yr. membership to get the scoop on pharmacy innovations, invites, bios, discounts, new businesses, etc..Step 6: Go back and click "Career Center" for JOBS ! Click "Sign-up for job alerts", click "New job seeker", fill in your info, select a password, etc, then, click "Register" at the bottom. And finally, back out to "Search for/Browse all jobs" to find something in your state. With all this info, you can get up close and personal with the entire pharmacy world. Network your way through the best opportunities ever! Find out who's who, who's in need of staff, where they lunch, dine, play golf and introduce yourself with a solid handshake. Be memorable for saying all the right things and knowing much about products of the industry. Collect business cards of those who live in your state near your town. This site: ( ei new&eventID=3127026) is the hotel connection to the convention. Notice the spaces between "welcome" and "new". Attending the convention will convince employers how seriously you take your future as a pharmacist. I know you'll do well if you go. Alot depends on how bad you want it? Either way, you can't lose if you give it your best shot! Just make sure your school documents your work experience in your permanent record and GET THAT SCHOOL CREDIT ! Good luck!
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