MassBioEd released the fourth iteration of their quarterly jobs reports. Like the past three editions, this report is meant to highlight the current state of the industry’s labor market – who is hiring,... Read More
Since 2001, the MassBioEd Foundation has been dedicated to engaging high school teachers, inspiring students and guiding the life sciences workforce. A 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization, MassBioEd collaborates with educators, industry, and public agencies to deliver programs that encourage students to consider further study and careers in the life sciences.
Learn more about MassBioEd and get involved: www.MassBioEd.org
MassBioEd’s flagship program, BioTeach, provides Massachusetts high school teachers with lab equipment and life sciences curricula combined with intensive professional development and on-site mentoring. BioTeach supports educators from more than 200 public schools across the Commonwealth as they work to engage students through lab-centered, inquiry-based learning. Through BioTeach, MassBioEd has provided workshops and mentorship for more than 750 teachers and authentic lab experiences to more than 150,000 students.
MassBioEd also develops detailed analysis on job trends in the industry to illuminate the pathway from the classroom to careers in the life sciences. MassBioEd's goal is to provide an understanding of the industry’s workforce needs and the skills required to fill available jobs. MassBioEd serves as a guide to educators, the training community, and the industry, so that Massachusetts can meet the workforce needs of the future.