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Life Science Cares and Project Onramp are just two examples of ways that organizations can get involved at a community level and support an environment of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Whether participating in a donation drive or collaborating with other non-profits, Life Science Cares takes much of the administrative lift off of your plate.
Project Onramp is one way that Massachusetts life science companies can ensure that they tap a local source of diverse talent as they advance pipelines and mature.
Life Science Cares provides a platform for companies and their employees to make a difference. They support a multitude of local organizations in three ways:
While many companies offer valuable internship opportunities, it can be difficult for students from these populations to gain access to internships, which are often a path to full-time employment.
Project Onramp pairs high-achieving, low-income, often first generation college students with paid internships in hard science and in business disciplines, including marketing, communications, HR and administration.
For smaller companies providing internships through Project Onramp, the Massachusetts Life Science Center will subsidize qualifying internships by as much as $8,160 per intern