The Biotechnology Program at City College

        
The Biotechnology Program of the Department of Engineering and Technology at City College of San Francisco trains a diverse group of students for careers as technicians and lab assistants in companies and academic institutions of the San Francisco Bay Area.  The program has options for students with a background in biology and for those new to science. Get started here

 The CCSF BioSymposium- come meet professionals, educators and students interested in changing the face of Biotechnology. 

Stem Cell Internship Program - places students in 9-month, paid internships at local research laboratories


 Upcoming information sessions

Tuesday, August 11th, 11am-12pm

Ocean Campus (50 Phelan Ave.),  Science Hall, Room 133


Wednesday, 12th, 5-6pm

Mission Campus (1125 Valencia St.), Room 274


Campus locations



https://sites.google.com/site/ccsfbiotechnology/getting-started




Biotech companies in the Bay Area





Biotech program videos




Biotech Careers
http://biotech-careers.org
What can you do with a biotech degree or certificate  from City College of SF?  Explore Biotech careers at the Bio-Link Career site.  Click here








For more information about the Biotechnology Program contact the program counselor or one of the coordinators listed below.  You can also c
ome by the Biotechnology Program office in Room S254 in Science Hall.

Dr. Edith Kaeuper

Tel: (415) 239-3627

Tel: (415) 239-3857

Email:czimmerm@ccsf.edu 

 

Dr. Robert Del Vecchio
 Tel: (415) 239-3096
Email: rdelvecc@ccsf.edu


 
Biotechnology Program Counselor
 
Tel: (415) 452-5403
email: lmiao@ccsf.edu


Check here for a full list of the Biotechnology program faculty


City College of San Francisco is home to Bio-Link, a national organization that enhances biotechnology education through professional development and sharing of information with educators, students, and industry.  Bio-Link is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation.   

Bio-Link



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