With two weeks left until the Priority Deadline closes, make sure to get your applications in to the Gloucester Biotechnology Academy program for classes beginning in September!
Starting March 16th, applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
Please reach out to Elizabeth Brannon, Lead Teacher at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Interested in learning what “GENOMICS” really means? Want to tour a state-of-the-art research institute, one that happens to be located in your hometown? If so, be sure to visit GMGI on Friday, February 22nd from 4p to 6p for their Community Open House! All are welcome.
Please reach out to Ashley Destino at email@example.com with any questions.
Don’t miss Gloucester Biotechnology Academy’s Open House today from 3p to 6p at 55 Blackburn Center! Students and teachers will be on hand to talk about this unique program and the exciting opportunities it can provide! Tour the state-of-the-art teaching lab and learn more about the application process for the upcoming class.
All are welcome! Prospective students, curious parents, local educators and curious community members!
Please reach out to Education Director John Doyle at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Stop by Gloucester Biotechnology Academy’s Open House on Thursday, January 24th, from 3p to 6p to tour the lab, speak with current students and alum, gain insight in to the application process AND learn more about the Academy’s exciting SummerSTEM program for high school and middle school students.
All students, parents and interested community members are welcome.
Please contact Education Director John Doyle at email@example.com with any questions.
Save the Date! Gloucester Biotechnology Academy will be hosting its annual OPEN HOUSE on Thursday, January 24th from 3pm to 6pm. Open to all prospective students AND interested community members, the Open House is a great chance to learn about the unique opportunities the Academy provides – not only for high school graduates looking to start their careers in Biotech, but also for current high school students who are interested in taking summer courses in biotechnology through our SummerSTEM program!
Please reach out to Education Director John Doyle at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978.491.5968 with any questions.
We were very happy to get feedback from our first group of students, on the last day of their week at Summer STEM: Fish Fraud Forensics:
“My favorite part of the course was when we extracted the DNA. I felt like a real scientist!”
“I would recommend this course to my friends because it gives a good introduction to what it’s like to work in lab.”
“I would recommend this course because it was interesting, engaging and really educational. We were all able to learn so much in just five days.”
Space is still available for our remaining two sessions starting on July 23rd and August 6th.
Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity!
Visit our website at gmgi.org/summerstem to learn more and download the registration forms.