BCNE HOSTS SKILLS-BASED CREDENTIALING TRAINING PROGRAM TO INCREASE ACCESS TO LIFE SCIENCES
November 1, 2022
BURLINGTON, MA – BioConnects New England is proud to partner with Northeastern University to host the Bioscience Core Skills Institute (BCSI) on November 4.
BCSI specializes in offering micro-credentials for students and employees who are interested or are currently in fields associated with biology, such as the life sciences. Many of the credentials provided through BCSI are designed to build experience and understanding of the biotechnology skills needed for the workforce and micro-credential programming for high school and college graduation to eliminate the traditional barriers to entry in the field of biotechnology.
“We’re proud to be hosting the BCSI Certified Evaluator Training,” said Dr. Jared Auclair, Vice Provost of Research and Economic Development at Northeastern University and Co-Lead of BioConnects New England. “This skill-based credentialing aligns with our efforts to create more opportunities for workforce development and access to the life sciences.”
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