Sherlock’s employee-run Internship & Co-op Program is part of our commitment to enabling STEM workforce equity by providing professional development and mentorship to students from underrepresented groups interested in exploring a variety of careers within the biotechnology industry.
Sherlock partners with the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center to participate in the largest state-sponsored STEM internship program in the U.S., The Internship Challenge, to provide paid internship opportunities. Students in the state of Massachusetts, or from HBCU’s across the country, can register with the MLSC to apply for internships with Sherlock. Learn More.
With a focus on engagement, our program pairs each intern with a Sherlock employee for the duration of their internship for a hands-on learning experience.
Our program gives Sherlock employees the opportunity to provide professional mentorship to students in a range of critical functions including Research & Development, Marketing, Product Strategy, Human Resources, Operations, and Finance.
We believe that it is imperative to improve racial, ethnic, gender, and economic disparities in the STEM workforce. By creating an inclusive environment for diverse students to gain exposure to professional development, we will empower the next generation to drive innovation in our industry.