We have a variety of education and training resources for students, prospective trainees, and educators, including science education curriculum, virtual fieldtrips in Fred Hutch labs, career profiles and a video series with information about applying to internships, and graduate school.
The "Between Two Flasks" video series is an effort by Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center’s Office of Education and Training, UW Neuroscience and Molecular and Cellular Biology PhD programs to create a comprehensive, educational series for students navigating biomedical research training and careers, including internships and graduate programs. Inspired by the "Between Two Ferns" talk show, this video series leverages the expert advice and humor of faculty, staff, and trainees to answer the most-commonly asked questions from high school students, undergraduates, and potential graduate students about navigating biomedical research education and cover topics commonly experienced by early-stage trainees. Please continue to visit this space for new topics and videos as we build out this project.
The Science Education Outreach Resources are intended for high school students, teachers, and undergrads. Resources in this section include curriculum for high school students and teachers, virtual lab tours and scientific talks, as well as reading materials.
Science Education Partnership Curriculum introduces teachers and students to scientific research. The instructional materials are free and geared towards high school biotech and biology teachers.
Virtual Field Trips and Scientific Talks give students and community members the opportunity to explore labs and research at Fred Hutch. Visit this page to learn about upcoming events for teachers and students.
The career profiles feature people from diverse backgrounds working across many disciplines of science, social sciences, medicine, and healthcare. Visit this page to learn about a variety of career and educational pathways.
The Fred Hutch Office of Education & Training (OET) houses programs for a multitude of educational levels, including secondary school teachers, high school, undergraduate and graduate students, postbaccalaureat scholars, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty. Our quarterly newsletter brings you highlights, resources, and updates from these educational initiatives at Fred Hutch.