Please join us in extending a warm Skyline College welcome to Hazel Neoh, who has joined the Career and Workforce Department as a Bioscience Program Services Coordinator.
In partnership with the Genentech Foundation, Skyline College’s Career and Workforce department is excited to expand opportunities for students so they may gain access to viable internships and job placement in the bioscience field while gaining added support as they pursue a certificate or degree in our Biotechnology Manufacturing pathway on campus.
Neoh’s passion stems from the idea of providing a unique hands-on learning experiences and she is excited to build those connections for our diverse student population. In her work, she will work closely with faculty and academic divisions to identify and promote bioscience internships for Skyline College students, and to connect motivated students with biosciences companies in the Bay Area.
Prior to joining Skyline College, Hazel was part of a team at the National University of Singapore, Overseas Colleges Entrepreneurship Program in Silicon Valley that successfully established relationships with high-tech companies in the Bay Area and secured internships for international college students at these companies. Neoh believes that learning should not be confined to a traditional classroom. Work based learning experiences can promote academic, personal and professional development for students at Skyline College. Neoh is a magna cum laude graduate of San Francisco State University.
Article by Andrea Vizenor