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Quinsigamond Community College
  • 670 West Boylston Street, Worcester, MA 01606
  • 508-751-7900
  • Vocational Skills Training
Bio-Manufacturing Technician
Program activities:

QCC’s Biomanufacturing on-ramp program will provide students with the basics for an entry-level position in a bio-manufacturing lab. Here’s what to expect:

  • Learn the skills necessary to get hired and get started in the industry
  • Learn soft skills required to be successful
  • Hear from guest speakers who are working in the industry
  • Finalize your resume, practice interviewing
  • Seven weeks of lab training including academics and hands-on learning.
  • This course is open to adults who hold at least a high school equivalency
  • Prior work experience and the ability to work in the United States is required
  • Students must submit proof of being fully vaccinated before starting class

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Program is offered in: English
Participant demographics:

Diverse men and women ages 18 and above, from various economic, cultural and educational backgrounds.

Anticipated number of SNAP participants per year: 5
Total hours: 10
Program duration: 10 weeks
Rolling Admission: No
Number of cycles: 2
Program start dates: Fall and Spring.
Sample schedule:
HoursActivity TypeMonTueWedThuFriSatSun
5pm - 10pmClassroom
Is the program offered remotely? Hybrid
Is public transportation available? Yes

Location information:

670 West Boylston Street, Worcester, MA, 01606The campus is served by the following bus routes: #14 (City Hall – Showcase Cinemas/Holden via Burncoat St), #30 (City Hall – West Boylston Wal-Mart via Grove St & West Boylston St) and #31 (City Hall – Lincoln Plaza via Grove St. & West Boylston St)
Additional information about location:

Driving directions:

Additional Regional Transportation Options:
WRTA- Worcester Regional Transit Authority:
MBTA – Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority:

Program requirements: High school diploma/GED/HiSET, Immunizations/Health Records
Program is CORI friendly? No
Anticipated outcomes: Certificate of Completion
Other outcomes: Stackable Credential(s), Employment/Promotion, Industry skills gain

Participant Supports:

Participant Support CategoryAll participantsAs needed
DTA SNAP Child Care Referral
DTA SNAP Transportation Support
Are there any out of pocket expenses for the participant? No
Do participants receive any pay? Not applicable

Contact Information

Program Liaison: Jo Sundin
Telephone: 508-751-7900
Program code: QCC-IH-VT-BMT
ABAWD Qualifying? No