Pathways to Stem Cell Science is a unique biotech-based non-profit organization working to advance stem cell science and improve the lives of all students regardless of their socioeconomic status. We are currently focused on growing our organization, expanding our services to underserved students and developing a nationally replicable model for bioscience education that benefits ALL. Philanthropic fundraising is central to our mission, because we cannot grow, operate or provide equal access through tuition funds alone. Ultimately we hope to eliminate the need for any student to pay course tuition fees.
We welcome all forms of support, large or small. Our current funding priorities include:
Each year we receive applications from many gifted students with a passion for science who lack the opportunity to put their talents to use due to financial constraints. Program scholarships are used to provide transformative opportunities for these underserved students to participate in advanced STEM education.
At Pathways to Stem Cell Science we understand talented students must be nurtured at every age if they are to become successful adults and scientists. Educational development funds enable us to develop new, unique and critically essential programs for students of all ages and abilities.
Pathways to Stem Cell Science is a biotech-based organization requiring highly specialized laboratory teaching facilities and professional science equipment. We are currently soliciting capital donations with naming opportunities to purchase and outfit a permanent base of operations, central to the communities we support. This facility will be a completely novel, inner-city-based bioincubator and “technosocial innovation hub”, housing educators, social innovators and scientific entrepreneurs under one roof.
Many of the students we support live in “STEM deserts” that lack basic access to science, career and extracurricular education. Community out reach funds are used to “regenerate” these underserved communities, providing targeted education and career support for the country’s most disadvantaged students.