Contact your CTE coordinator to determine if the medical innovations pathway (MIP) program is available in your school district. Next, you’ll want to decide which track interests you. The program offers two tracks to choose from, Device Manufacturing or laboratory. Your CTE coordinator will help you enroll in the required courses for your track. Check out the coursework you’ll need to earn your certificate.
Take the skills you are learning in the classroom and see where they apply in a real work setting. Your CTE coordinator will connect you with our partnered employers to participate in a minimum of two industry experiences with different employers, where you can observe various professionals at work and discover future career opportunities while building your network.
Now that you’ve explored your career options and completed your course requirements, you are on your way. Take your knowledge and experience researching our local life science companies and apply with any MIP employer. As a MIP graduate, you qualify for a guaranteed job interview. Check out our employer network.