Photos and Testimonials from Internship Challenge Participants

  • Imgen BioSciences


    “The Internship Challenge has given me an excellent opportunity to work with the most welcoming, knowledgeable, and team-oriented group of scientists. I feel that I have been given a chance to be part of something bigger than myself and I appreciate every minute of it.”

    – Crystal Smith, Bridgewater State University

  • TRA360

    “My internship at TRA360 has offered an unparalleled opportunity to learn first-hand about my area of study. I couldn’t be happier.”

    – Ryan Connors, UMass Lowell

  • Bach Pharma

    Pictured from left to right: Nicholas Hammond, Intern, Bach Pharma, Mark O Henry, CEO, Bach Pharma, Susan Windham-Bannister, President & CEO, Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, Megan Sperry, Intern, Bach Pharma.

    “The internship was very exciting because I had the opportunity to interact with people involved in all aspects of the industry, including research, clinical settings, and business. I think that working at Bach Pharma has given me greater insight into the industry as well as given me skills that I can carry into my future career.”

    – Megan Sperry, Boston University

  • Tetraphase Pharmaceuticals

    “We are very pleased with the biology and analytical students that have worked with us. The program gives us the opportunity to hire talented students that we would otherwise not have access to. It’s a win-win situation: we are extremely impressed with the contributions the students make and its great work experience for them.”

    – Shana Dobson, Operations Manager, Tetraphase Pharmaceuticals

  • NuOrtho Surgical

    “Interning with NuOrtho Surgical has enhanced my understanding in both the marketing and financial fields. The opportunity to work with such upbeat and intuitive professionals has been an exceptional introduction to the business world. I feel as though I have already become a more confident and skilled individual thanks to the practical training this internship has provided.”

    – Tamer Plourd, UMass Dartmouth

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