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The mission of the Office of Education & Training (OET) is to provide support, education, training, and career advancement for emerging scientists. To this end, the OET curates a diverse range of professional development, education, and training programs for students of all levels, teachers, and faculty across the Consortium’s partner institutions. A few of our offerings include:

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Science Educators

Training and resources for science educators intended to advance science literacy among all students, such as the Fred Hutch Science Education Partnership.

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Pre- and Post-baccalaureate Students

Programs and internships designed to promote interest and opportunities in science careers for both pre- and post-baccalaureate students, such as the Seattle Children’s Science Adventure Lab, the Fred Hutch Summer High School Internship Program (SHIP), the Fred Hutch Summer Undergraduate Research Program, and the UW Post-Baccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP)

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Graduate and Pre-doctoral Students

Education, training, and support for graduate and pre-doctoral students, such as the UW/Fred Hutch Molecular & Cellular Biology PhD Program and the UW/Fred Hutch Medical Science Training Program (MSTP)

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Postdoctoral Fellow Students

Career development opportunities and resources for post-doctoral students, such as the Fred Hutch Office of Scientific Career Development and the Seattle Children’s Postdoc Milestone Program

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Junior Faculty

Mentorship and support programs for junior faculty, such as the Fred Hutch Faculty Leadership Incubator.

Office of Education & Training

Visit our website to find more information and available training