Bio-Link is a National Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Center for Biotechnology that originated in late 1998 with a grant from the National Science Foundation. Find online courses, curriculum clearinghouse for instructors, and e-mail discussion groups.
A national nonprofit organization dedicated to education and research about the present and future impact of biotechnology. They offer educational and research programs for teachers, students, opinion leaders and general audiences to raise awareness and understanding of biotechnology.
The National Center for the Biotechnology Workforce
Established under a Department of Labor grant, the National Center is a coordinated network of five 2-year colleges in the biotechnology arena that has three broad goals: To enhance capacity for biotechnology training by region, to develop, implement, and disseminate curricula and best practices; and to define technical skill standards for biotechnology sectors.
Governor’s Workforce Policy Advisory Board
Comprised of key individuals from industry, education, community leaders, and regional and state government, the board advises Ohio’s administrative leaders on key workforce issues.
Your source for reports and data about employment levels, unemployment rates, wages and earnings, employment projections, jobs, training resources and careers. Whether you are an employer, job seeker, student, researcher or economic analyst, this dynamic, interactive site provides the labor and economic information you need to make informed decisions.
Ohio Skills Bank
Implemented under the leadership of the Ohio Board of Regents, the Ohio Skills Bank (OSB) aims to link workforce supply and demand at the regional level. The overarching goal of the OSB is to transform the state’s adult education infrastructure into the engine of regional economic development through demand-responsive outreach and programming.
Ohio Workforce Connection
Available resources to help solve your workforce solutions.