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Hello Everyone,

Sorry to bother you all with a question that I have. I'm currently in the process of developing my "Plan B" for when I graduate from undergraduate school next year. My plan A involves me going into the medical field after getting a masters degree (genetic counseling). Therefore, the question I have is: what careers can a person get that involves work in denying and approving grants and patents? I did a Google search but was not able to find job titles for these types of careers so I can learn what educational requirements would be needed.

Thank you for your help.
 

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I just found this website(http://usptocareers.gov/stuprog.asp). It looks like a student can do volunteer work there. I might spend 2 months this summer doing some volunteer work there. It would be a GREAT educational opportunity.

Thanks!
 
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