Employment in San Diego’s priority sectors—life sciences, technology, clean energy, health care and advanced manufacturing—requires a strong foundation in science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM). C2C has made it a priority to develop pipelines for young adults to obtain the education and work experience necessary to enter and succeed in these sectors. C2C’s STEAM-related programming targets both students/young adults and education professionals. Young adult programs focus on job development, placement support and business outreach, while education professional programming focuses on professional development for teachers and curriculum modification based in high-demand workplace skills.
For more information, contact Penelope Oseguera, Program Coordinator at email@example.com or at (619) 228-2956.
APPLICATION CLOSES MARCH 30.
The Life Sciences Summer Institute (LSSI) nourishes a passion for science and math in San Diego’s next generation of scientists.
SDWP—in collaboration with BIOCOM and the Southern California Biotechnology Center (SCBC) at Miramar College—created LSSI in 2005 to strengthen science and math education in San Diego County and develop a future workforce for the region’s burgeoning life sciences industry. Today LSSI connects high school students with leading San Diego life sciences companies through three paid internships.
Each year more than 300 high school students apply to LSSI for paid summer internship positions with San Diego’s world-renowned life sciences institutions.
Summer 2017 results:
The Amgen Biotech Experience Teacher Program provides a professional development program for science teachers, exposing them to a new biotechnology lab curriculum. Designed by Amgen scientists and educators, the program offers a solution to prepare more students with the STEM competencies necessary for careers in the modern workforce. At the end of the course, teachers are provided access to equipment and supplies necessary to implement the new curriculum in their classroom.
Summer 2017 results: