Job opportunities for students at Woburn Memorial High School

Upcoming Events:

January 19th, Thursday                          

Drift: Not Another “Women in Sales” Panel
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM                                      Boston, MA
At Drift, we have a saying, “this ain’t normal”, so we’re not going to host just another normal panel. Come join us for open networking, conversation and a panel of kick-ass leaders who will really answer your questions. Amanda Pelley from ZeroTurnaround, Kim Walsh from HubSpot, Emmanuelle Skala from Toast and Drift’s own Michelle Pietsch will lead the discussion based on your questions.

January 25th, Thursday                         

Intro to the Boston Startup Community
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM                                        Boston, MA
This free event is an orientation to help newcomers to the startup scene get acquainted with the Boston ecosystem. We will give you the inside scoop on key events/ meetups to attend, people, companies, VCs, blogs, incubators, programs, hot issues, and more.

January 26th – 28th, Friday – Sunday                         SheHacks Boston Event
8:00 PM – 2:00 PM                                         Boston, MA
SheHacks Boston is a 36-hour, student-run hackathon open to all female and non-binary individuals. 
Led by women from across Boston's universities, SheHacks is set to be the largest all-female and non-binary hackathon in the world!

February 17th, Saturday                                   

STEM Pathways Mini-Jamboree
9:30 AM – 4:00 PM                                        Boston, MA
Calling undergrads! Calling high school students! Calling community programs exposing the next generation to STEM


STEM Pathways is offering an exciting, engaging, hands-on opportunity for attendees to learn, explore, and gain confidence in STEM! Have a knack for biology? Curious about the new engineering biology challenges and opportunities? Interested in doing research and competing against students from all over the world? This opportunity is perfect for educators, high school students, and undergrads with an interest and passion for STEM.
The STEM Pathways mini-Jamboree is an interactive day of learning to encourage accessibility to synthetic biology and iGEM to high school and undergrad students. STEM Pathways is sponsoring this event to:
·    Promote synthetic biology to students
·    Promote iGEM's ideals, mission, and purpose
·    Introduce iGEM to high schoolers & undergrads interested in joining a 2018 team