There are a number of professional organizations for cytogenetic technologists, molecular technologists and pathologists, as well as genetic counselors. Some organizations are not specific to a career, but for anyone working in the field of genetics, e.g., the American Society for Human Genetics. Often these organizations will have discounted rates for student membership, offer student scholarships and awards, post job ads, and announce conferences and seminars. Visit often to stay current with what's happening in your professional field of study.
National Human Genome Research Institute NHGRI: Advancing human health through genomics research
Riegel M. Human molecular cytogenetics: From cells to nucleotides. Genetics and Molecular Biology. 2014;37 (1 Suppl):194-209.
The Centers for Disease Control Public Health Genomics
Genetics Home Reference provides consumer-friendly information about the effects of genetic variation on human health.