Teaching

High school teachers and college instructors have developed several interesting approaches for career education.  Many of the articles in this list include downloadable worksheets and handouts that have been contributed by the biotech education community.  

By: Sandra Porter

Biotech careers worksheet

There are almost as many ways to explore biotechnology careers as there are careers to explore. This page highlights examples from a career exploration course at City College of San Francisco and from Digital World Biology. Read more

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This video is about finding links to employer job pages Biotech-Careers.org. This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under DUE 1800909View the video

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A video that was prepared to showcase the site at the virtual NSF-ATE (National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education) meeting October 2020.View the video

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By: Todd Smith

Biotech Careers - Career and Internship filters

We recently updated Biotech-Careers.org to identify biotechnology companies that have career and (or) internship pages. Almost half (over 3900) of the nearly 8000 companies in the database have one or more "Careers" pages on their websites as of today (June 9, 2020). A company's "careers" page(s) often describe a company's team, culture, and provide links to available jobs. A much ... Read more

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By: Todd Smith

Careers and career pathways in biotechnology

Summer is about road construction. Summer is also a good time for website construction. In that spirit, we updated Biotech Careers and added many improvements in content layout and information integration. Major updates include new layouts for content and improved ways of showing related content. Other changes and fixes improve the site's look and feel. We also improved how we ... Read more

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By: Sandra Porter

Julie Reis, a National Board Certified Science Teacher from Abraham Lincoln High School in San Francisco, CA, recently told us how she uses Biotech-Careers.org for a student career search activity. Students follow her directions, complete the worksheet information on brightly colored paper, and post their results around the classroom.

Ms. Reis has kindly made her student instructions and worksheet ... Read more

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