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Many people working in biotechnology complete both a four year degree and a two year degree in biotechnology at a community college.  Some students attend community college first and pick up lab skills that can help them while working on a four-year degree.  Other students attend a community ... Read more

What kinds of jobs are available for cell culture technicians?  What new opportunities involve stem cells?  Learn about more about cell culture careers in this video from Madison Area Technical College.Read more

Pictorial overview of working environments in California biotechnology companies

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Some community colleges, such as Southwestern College, in San Diego, work with high schools to offer dual-enrollment classes where high school students can take biotechnology courses and get both high school and college credit.

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What is the outlook like for biotechnology jobs? Over 500 companies in San Diego need entry level biotechnicians. Learn how Southwestern College prepares students for the biotech workforce.

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Community College students in North Carolina talk about their careers in bioprocessing.

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Three panelists talk about careers for community college graduates in clinical research.

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Learn about careers in biomanufacturing and environmental science.

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This video shows one of the techniques used in culturing cells. This video is used with permission from the NCBioNetwork.Read more

Learn what students do in community college biotechnology programs. A student at Great Bay Community College shows us the fun he's having with Green Fluorescent Protein and talks about his educational pathway from Great Bay Community College to the University of New Hampshire.

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