News | June 11

Council of Champions Mixer in Burlington

Join our growing Council of Champions for cocktails, conversations and celebration among industry professionals.

When: Tuesday, June 26th from 5:30-7:00pm

Where: MilliporeSigma @ 400 Summit Drive, Burlington, MA

Learn about the opportunities to engage with Life Science Cares and hear from International Institute of New England’s Andrea Spake about their work helping refugees and immigrants find places to settle and restart their lives through education, specialized training and paths to citizenship.

Please bring along friends and colleagues who might be interested in learning more about Life Science Cares, our mission and our partner organizations.

REGISTER ONLINE

Registration is free, but is required for building security.
Please RSVP by Friday, June 22nd.

We also invite you to support IINE’s current drive by purchasing a physical or e-gift card to help benefit refugees in need of groceries and household goods. Click here to learn more!

About the Council of Champions

The Council of Champions is a peer group of ambitious, engaged employees within the life sciences industry that serve as intellectual, social and financial supporters of Life Science Cares. We’re looking for those movers and shakers within companies and organization who can motivate their colleagues to get involved in our volunteer activities, fundraising events and other programs. The group meets quarterly to network, and we will call upon the Council in between gatherings to round up volunteers or plan events.

About the International Institute of New England

The International Institute of New England creates opportunities for refugees and immigrants to succeed through resettlement, education, career advancement and pathways to citizenship.

Throughout ten decades of service to New England, thousands of new Americans connected to the International Institute to learn English, meet other new Americans, learn about the culture of their new country, gain job skills, and receive assistance in finding employment. Historically and today, they with local communities to help refugees and immigrants find places to settle and restart their lives. Learn more at www.iine.org.

Special thanks to our hosts: