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Where can i volunteer if im majoring in biochemistry ( getting into forensic

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chemist career)??? where can i volunteer if i want to be a forensic chemist?? please help???
thanks for the tip!!
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You should ask your dept. They have tons of places they can put you. I know someone whos volenterring at a reserach lab and loves it!! he just went to his dept and asked and they checked out his grades, etc. good idea tho! will def be good when you apply for the major.
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Are you in college? If so, there should be a "Career Services" available at your school. Contact them and they will be able to help you.

You'll probably do some volunteering in a crime lab or some kind of police department.
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Are you in college? If so, there should be a "Career Services" available at your school. Contact them and they will be able to help you.

You'll probably do some volunteering in a crime lab or some kind of police department.
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