Biomedical Careers Program

Biomedical Careers Program

The Biomedical Careers Program was launched in 1992 to prepare local low- to moderate-income adults for careers in the biotechnology, life sciences, and medical research industries, and supply local employers with work-ready, diverse employees. This free, nine-month program provides instruction in biology, chemistry, medical terminology, and computer and laboratory skills. The laboratory training is done in partnership with Bunker Hill Community College. In the program, students also receive job readiness training such as preparing a resume, interviewing, and job search, and are introduced to industry professionals through career talks and employer site visits. After graduation, students receive follow up services for up to one year, until they are placed in relevant employment.

To learn more about the program, please click here to fill out the interest form.

For more information contact Brenda Comeau, Biomedical Careers Program and Data Coordinator, at brendacomeau@justastart.org or 617-918-7534.

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