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Tell Us What You Want

Students! Tell us what you want most out of SBN’s mentorship program by emailing mentors[at]thesbn.ca with your comments and suggestions.

What do SBN Mentors Say

SBN has the ear of the local industry

The events SBN hosts draw a significant fraction of the student population in the Lower Mainland studying biotechnology, and SBN has the ear of the most influential people in the local biotech industry, as evidenced by their guest speaker lists.

Eric Lagally, PhD  |  Assistant Professor at University of British Columbia

Helping students become
industry-ready by graduation

The Student Biotechnology Network’s (SBN) mentorship program connects talented students with successful biotech professionals who can guide students as they explore potential career opportunities.

THE BENEFIT IS SIMPLE

SBN Mentors are uniquely poised to provide key advice and encouragement to students and new graduates. Through their leadership, our mentors expand and nurture the local life sciences and biotech community. Mentors are invited to register for all of the SBN’s events, and are encouraged to provide feedback to the SBN Executive Team.

NEW MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

In response to the growth of the mentorship program, the SBN is introducing a few changes to the mentorship program. To help us keep a better record of our mentor participation, we encourage you, our mentors, to create a “mentor profile,” through which you can update your contact and professional information. Additionally, due to the limited capacity of some of our events, and the increasing interest from mentors to attend, we now welcome our mentors to register for events through our website.

Become a Mentor

Questions?

Want to learn more about the mentorship program? Contact our Director of Mentorship at mentors[at]thesbn.ca.

Who Are SBN Mentors?

They are successful members of the biotechnology community, from government and academia to industry. To date, more than 140 organizations have participated in the SBN Mentorship Program. 

SBN mentors leverage the program to meet and recruit highly motivated students, network with other mentors within the life sciences industry and listen to SBN’s high profile speakers.

[ SBN would not be possible without its generous sponsors ]