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Working in Greater Charlotte

The Greater Charlotte region has diverse opportunities for those seeking jobs in biotechnology and the life science industry. The region is also home to numerous workforce training opportunities for those looking to advance in or start new careers in these growing industries.

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For those seeking workforce training in biotechnology and the life sciences, many high-quality programs are offered at the University of North Carolina Charlotte, which has a strong foundation in the life-sciences and offers programs to train employees for this industry.

In addition to the dozens of universities in the Greater Charlotte region, eight community colleges in the area participate in the BioNetwork program. This program trains and retrains more than 100,000 people each year.

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College (RCCC) has a 62,000-square-foot biotechnology-education facility at the North Carolina Research Campus (NCRC) where hundreds of students are enrolled in their biotechnology programs.

Gaston College is home of the BioEd Center, which develops innovative ways to deliver more accessible biotech training throughout the state.