Fred Hutch is a leading research institution dedicated to promoting an inclusive environment and enhancing diversity among the next generation of scientists through participation in our training and educational programs. Our training opportunities reflect the many biomedical disciplines and research interests pursued at Fred Hutch. We introduce teachers and high school students to the thrills and challenges of scientific research.
Fred Hutch’s SEP program helps hundreds of Washington state high school and middle school science teachers grow professionally by honing their lab techniques and teaching skills in subjects ranging from genetics to molecular biology.
Fred Hutch graduate degree and postdoctoral training prepares young scientists to lead research and transition to independent careers. Our teacher and student programs help educators bring scientific research to the classroom and introduces high school and undergraduate students to the thrills and challenges of scientific research.
This yearlong after-school club for girls in grades 10 through 12 is run by computational biology graduate students at Fred Hutch and UW. The Girls Who Code Club provides girls with a foundation in the logic and vocabulary of computer science through collaborative projects.