Continued growth in North Carolina's biomanufacturing industry requires new employees with complex training and technical skills tailored to these highly regulated positions. BTEC, NC State University, and various professional organizations provide resources to support students interested in this field.
BTEC currently posts all internship, co-op, and job announcements through LinkedIn:
- Connect with Pa Nhia Moore, manager of student programs, on LinkedIn – Announcements can be found in the activity feed and are updated regularly.
- Join the LinkedIn BTEC – NC State University Group – Open to all current BTEC students and our alumni.
North Carolina Biotechnology Center
The NC Biotech Center host a jobs board and offers several resources for students and professionals, including the following:
Current students may check BTEC's career advising, scholarship, and research/internships opportunities.
From getting started to joining professional organizations, there are many ways for you to prepare for a career in biomanufacturing. We support students from their first year and beyond!
The NIIMBL Experience
BTEC is excited to partner with NIIMBL to offer a unique biopharmaceutical manufacturing experience for Black, Latinx, and Indigenous STEM college students.
Research and internships
BTEC offers paid research experiences through the Research Experience for Undergraduates program and internships. Get hands-on experience right at BTEC.