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The BioVoyage Institute is seeking the help of corporations, organizations, institutions, communities and individuals to help with bioscience and biotechnology education
Date:3/21/2013

education, more so biotechnology education. It is the Institute’s vision and goal to train 500,000 educators, and 2,000,000 learners over the next five years. With this approach for the 21st Century, the Institute needs support, personnel, tools and partners who can support these undertakings.

In support of its vision and goal, the Institute is offering free “Daily Quiz” (English, Mathematics and Science). In addition, General Education Development (GED) training, certificates and diplomas are being provided to high achievers on the various tests. In addition, the Institute is launching and expanding its educational programs through its online K8 School, High School and College/University educational programs.

Overtime, the Institute is finding it difficult to fulfill its vision and goal. Without partners, collaborators, volunteers, and financial backers, it is impractical for the Institute to single-handedly carry out its undertakings. As such, the Institute is seeking the help of corporations, organizations, institutions, communities and individuals who are willing to become stakeholders. The new stakeholders may be private or public entities. The stakeholders may be pharmaceutical, research, manufacturing, biotechnology, service oriented entities, financial institutions, aerospace operations, governments, and/or individuals located anywhere in the world.

The stakeholders should share the Institute’s vision and goal and be willing to contribute towards the same. No contribution is too small or too large.

Listed herein are some specific undertakings a stakeholder can assist the Institute with. The contribution can be financial, materials, supplies, equipment, advice and/or personnel.

1.    Online School: There are three online schools (K8, high school and college/university levels). The online schools
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