Advanced bioscience careers offer stable high paying jobs and an opportunity for low-income students to break free of poverty. Your donation will be used to ensure disadvantaged students receive the STEM and career education needed to access this opportunity, transforming their lives and the lives of future generations.
Extracurricular STEM education provides the skills, inspiration, professional experiences, mentorship, real-world context, career knowledge and social preparation students need to succeed in life. Your donation will support the provision of this essential educational experience to students from all socioeconomic backgrounds.
Our programs show students how to develop professional science careers, providing practical skills, contemporary knowledge and career guidance that cannot be gained in school or college. Your donation will help young students become capable adults, ready to succeed in education and employment.
We develop innovative private-sector solutions to unmet needs in research, education and career guidance, combining the quality of a university with the efficiency of a biotech company. Your donation will support unique Pre-k to college programs and biomedical research support services, setting new benchmarks for the education and research industry.
Our education programs lower the barrier to entering a bioscience profession and fulfill the biotech industry's need for a diverse and well-trained workforce. Your donation will bolster national economic and technological competitiveness by ensuring tomorrow's innovators, leaders and policy-makers are properly equipped to solve humanities greatest social and scientific challenges.
We support cutting-edge research and develop critical technologies that enable stem cells to be translated into future therapeutic treatments. Your donation will support our comprehensive science innovation pipeline which combines social advancement, real-world education, workforce development, biomedical research and entrepreneurial science to address critical questions in biomedical research.