Building and Inspiring the Life Sciences Talent and Workforce Pipeline
Welcome to BioHub Maryland Pathways
BioHub Maryland Pathways is designed to be the go-to career resource for those aspiring a career in the life sciences industry and for life sciences companies recruiting talent.
- A hub for employers to create an account, upload, and submit jobs and internship opportunities
- A Career Roadmap with jobs requiring a high school diploma or GED all the way up to jobs requiring an advanced degree
- Training programs that provide you classroom instruction, hands-on lab training, and on-the-job work experience
- Maryland colleges and universities that offer the degrees and certificates you need to launch your career in life sciences
- Financial aid programs available to help you pay for higher education
- Industry events you can attend to jumpstart your career in this dynamic and growing industry.
Life sciences are transforming the world. Vaccines prevent disease. Gene therapies and precision health data cure them. Here in Maryland, BioHub Maryland catalyzes the many different transformations that are improving the quality of life around the world. We connect companies with university researchers and introduce entrepreneurs to potential funders. We address the challenges of Maryland’s life science workforce by focusing on talent and elevating opportunities for a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workforce. Transformation even happens on an individual level as job seekers from all walks of life and all regions of the state find their dream opportunity in the life sciences field. We are built to last with a GMP-compliant shared manufacturing space available for mid-sized companies to facilitate early stage manufacturing. Maryland is leading the push toward better healthcare and faster diagnostics, all the while creating jobs right here in our state. BioHub Maryland is transforming the life sciences locally and lives globally.
Home to More
Than 2,500 Life Sciences
Maryland is home to more than 2,500 life sciences organizations that contribute nearly $20 billion toward our state’s GDP. Nearly 40,000 Marylanders are employed just within the biotechnology field, working to find cures to some of history’s deadliest diseases. In fact, Maryland was recently named the third-most innovative state in the country in creating a positive climate for technology and science-focused businesses, according to the 2020 State Technology and Science Index from the Milken Institute
A key constraint on these industries’ growth is the availability of skilled workers. All companies now have difficulty finding qualified employees. There is a critical need for new training programs to provide a qualified workforce for company expansions and for new manufacturing enterprises located in Maryland. They also need knowledge and skill sets specific to biomanufacturing and pharmaceutical manufacturing that are not typically taught in colleges as a part of traditional academic programs.