We are proud to announce the completion of our fourth year partnering with Sunovion Pharmaceuticals to help our students learn about neuroscience and #STEM careers.
Through our Corporate Partners, AMSA students have tremendous opportunities to engage with local scientists, engineers, and other professionals. Local companies provide summer internships to AMSA students, send guest speakers to classes, and offer mentoring and job shadowing opportunities. In addition, AMSA has formed special partnerships with the following companies. If your company is looking to inspire tomorrow's leaders, contact Mark Vital at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about partnership opportunities.
Sunovion Pharmaceuticals formed a unique collaboration with AMSA in which students gain deep knowledge about neuroscience while learning about life science career paths within a pharmaceutical company.
Thermo Fisher Scientific donated a new Phenom ProX scanning electron microscope to AMSA. This momentous gift made AMSA the only public school in the state to house a scanning electron microscope.
Boston Scientific offers paid internships for AMSA students and supports city-wide STEM initiatives that benefit students throughout Marlborough.
Quest Diagnostics, located across from AMSA's campus, developed paid internships in their molecular labs specifically for AMSA students.
Corporate Partners News
Innovative program has helped more than 400 students understand STEM life science career paths within a pharmaceutical company.
They learned about neuroscience and life science career paths from Sunovion scientists
AMSA students became teachers this spring… instructing AMSA 7th graders about the brain and central nervous system!
What happens when we dream? Why do we get tired? These are some of the neuroscience topics Upper School students taught to 7th graders.
The students are part of a new, unique collaborative project with Sunovion.
Ribbon-cutting celebration today formally marked Thermo Fisher Scientific’s donation of a new Phenom ProX.
Not many high school students have the opportunity to learn how to use a state-of-the-art electron microscope.
Thermo Fisher Scientific led a class discussion today about how scanning electron microscopes work and their many uses.
Ann Matteson coached Technovation students on how to deliver effective presentations.