Miramar Amgen Teacher Support Center (MATSC)


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The Miramar Amgen Teacher Support Center 's (MATSC) mission is to inspire, educate, and prepare students and teachers in the life sciences. MATSC supports Career Technical Education (CTE) and STEM Education.

The program is managed by the Southern California Biotechnology Center @ Miramar College in San Diego, California. Click here to view the announcement of Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy Program and Funding. For more information on our programs and activities, please view our newsletters:

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Awards and Recognition

Theodore E. Small Workforce Partnership Award
In 2009, the San Diego Workforce Partnership was honored as the Grand Prize Winner of the Theodore E. Small Workforce Partnership Award for the Life Sciences Summer Institute by the National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB). The award represents the highest recognition of workforce investment boards around the nation that advance innovative partnerships with their business communities.

Practices with Promise Award
In 2009, the Amgen Biotech Experience received Practices with Promise award from the Campaign for College Opportunity (CCO). CCO, is a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization solely devoted to ensuring that the next generation of college-age students in California has the chance to go to college as promised by the state 1960 Master Plan for Higher Education. The program was listed as #1 of 15 nationally recognized programs.

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