Graduate school prepares future behavior analysts with the foundations and principles of the science of behavior. Although many steps to becoming a professional behavior analyst are discussed during formal education in the classroom, other issues arise when seeking employment. This panel event will provide for discussion on topics such as: job searching, factors to consider when seeking employment, and obstacles recent graduates may face when starting a new career as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. The panelists will outline several common ethical and professional challenges new graduates may encounter and provide practical solutions to each of these obstacles. The panel will consist of recent graduates from an Applied Behavior Analysis Master's program, all of whom practice in a different discipline including college teaching, school consultation, administration, and behavioral clinical work. Each member of the panel will discuss unique experiences related to his or her respective scope of practice.