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At Rockland, it's our goal to enrich the community in which we live and work. We volunteer our expertise, resources, and time to improve our neighbors and partnerships. We have a variety of programs that serve the life science community, as well as the greater Philadelphia area. Some of our programs include:
Students from colleges all over Pennsylvania are considered for Rockland's internship program. Students work alongside our scientists in Rockland's lab right outside of Philadelphia. Valuable knowledge and hands-on experience is available to the students who participate in our program. In the past we've had students from Montgomery County Community College, West Chester University, Messiah College and University of Pittsburgh join us.
Rockland maintains relationships with educators on every level. Our high school program welcomes students from local high schools to participate in a day of hands-on learning. Our scientists take time to explain everything from cell culture to SDS-PAGE. The students have an opportunity to examine under microscopes, work with stain gels, and extract cells. Students are invited back to present what they learned on their trips. The projects are posted on Facebook, and everyone is invited to vote for their favorite one. UPDATE: The count is in and the winner of the Rockland scholarship is Alexandra Rich! Congratulations!
MIST is an annual regional and national tournament that brings high schools students from the Greater Philadelphia area together to develop leadership, promote communication, and inspire creativity. In the past, Rockland scientists, Dr. Abarca and Dr. Moncada have served as judges in the science competition.
Our support also reaches beyond our Pennsylvania location. Rockland is awarding a total of $100,000 to 25 qualified candidates. This award is intended to foster research conducted by a promising post-doctoral fellow, graduate student or young investigator. To learn more, click here.
Rockland donated $6,700 to Breastcancer.org, based on the sales of “pink products” in 2014. In an effort to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month, 100% of proceeds from pink-colored products went to Breastcancer.org. Read the full press release here.
Rockland staff have come together for a number of Tough Mudder competitions. By participating as a team, employees have supported the Wounded Warrior Project for the past 4 years. The staff has more plans to get together outside of the lab and participate in future community events.
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