Pathways to Successful Careers: Biotechnology Internships, Apprenticeships and Outcomes September 12, 2006, Piedmont Triad Research Park, Winston – Salem, NC. Our Objectives
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Biotechnology Internships, Apprenticeships and Outcomes
September 12, 2006, Piedmont Triad Research Park, Winston – Salem, NC
Introductions: Russ Read, National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce : Co- moderator, Dr. Rebecca Dunn
Panel A: Apprenticeships ( 30 minutes )
The New Hampshire Apprenticeship Program
Dr. Sonia Wallman, Director of the National Center for Expertise in Biomanufacturing Training, New Hampshire Community Technical College, Portsmouth, NH.
Student apprentices:Katrice Jalbert, David Haddad
Panel B: Internships in Biotechnology in the Piedmont Triad ( 45 minutes )
Debra Perret, Community Affairs and Grants Manager, Targacept, Winston - Salem, NC
Dr. Rebecca Dunn, Chair, Biology Department, Salem College, Winston- Salem, NC.
Dr. Lucas Shallua, Chair, Forsyth Tech, Director of the National Center of Expertise in Biotechnology Research and Development Training, Forsyth Tech, Winston – Salem, NC.
Student interns:Brittany Owen, Jim Crawford, Mica Welsh, Bobby Kanode
Panel C: Future Perspectives on Internships( 15 minutes )
Dr. Stephen Johnson, Biotechnology Workforce Outcomes Research Manager Forsyth Tech, Winston-Salem, NC
Jenny Stokes, Young Professionals Coordinator, Action Greensboro
Piedmont Triad Partnership
Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce
Forsyth Technical Community College
National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce