Degree / Certificate and Credential(s):
DUE 1700441 Meeting Industry Demands for an Immunobiotechnology-Capable Workforce through College and Secondary Technician Education Amgen Biotech Experience program, the Innovation fund at Shoreline Community College. Project Biotech, a summer camp for high school students, has recieved funding from the Edmonds and Northshore School Districts, Covance, CMC Biologics, Zymogenetics, Dendreon, Juno, Novo Nordisk, Emergent Biosolutions, Illumina, Shoreline Central Market, Amnis, SAB Architects, VWR, GE Healthcare, and the Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute.
Courses transfer to the college(s) listed below:
University of Washington
Students from this program have continued their education at:
University of Washington, Oregon Health Sciences University