Watertown Students Learn About Careers in STEM Fields Through Partnership with Life-Science Professionals

WATERTOWN – The Watertown-based nonprofit CoLAB connects High School students with professionals working at the many life-science labs that are located in Watertown. CoLAB gives students a chance to learn about the possibilities that exist in STEM fields through an after school club, annual classroom visits, and one-on-one mentoring sessions with life-science professionals.


On April 9th, 2024 CoLAB and the Watertown Business Coalition hosted Watertown’s 4th annual Life-Science Panel at the Mosesian Center for the Arts. During the event, panelists shared more on what CoLAB does. Watch below:




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