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7 Economy Bioscience 4Catalyzer Achillion Alexion Ancera Applivate Arvinas Axerion Therapeutics Azitra BioArray Therapeutics Core Informatics Durata IsoPlexis Kolltan Medtronics Melinta Mt. Sinai Icahn School of Medicine New England Partners New Haven Pharmaceuticals Protein Sciences TummyZen Wellinks Technology Clarity Software Continuity Core Informatics Device 42 Digital Surgeons Grey Wall Software MEA Mobile Precipio Diagnostics Prometheus Research Proton Onsite SeeClickFix Square 9 Softworks Technolutions New and Expanding Companies Employment Primary Secondary Education Source httpwww.usnews.comeducationbest-high-schoolsarticleshow-states-compare U.S. Census Bureau 2009-2013 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates B15002 New Haven Promise New Haven Promise Scholarships cover whatever tuition expense remains after federal and state government grants if any at up to 10000 a year over four years thats 40000 All New Haven high school students who have fulfilled the requirements are eligible for the scholarship. Details at www. newhavenpromise.org Primary and Secondary Schools U.S. News and World Reports Best High Schools 2015 lists Connecticut as 3 in the U.S. using college preparedness and state test results as key indicators. Indeed over 35.82 of residents in the region have a Bachelors Degree or higher. Greater New Haven offers a broad range of primary and secondary schools including public magnet vo-tech private and parochial. New Haven Interdistrict Magnet Schools are available to suburban students with programs focusing on a number of disciplines including Engineering Science Health Sciences Sports Medicine and Science Technology Communications Getting the Rights Skills As bioscience and tech companies continue to drive the regions economy a concerted effort is underway to prepare residents with the skills necessary for existing jobs and in sectors with expected growth. These programs are designed for college students people seeking to update their skills or those looking for a career change. In 2015 three major initiatives kicked off at Southern Connecticut State University SCSU and Gateway Community College GWCC. Collaborating with the City of New Haven EDC of New Haven and the Regional Water Authority new majors and certification programs were designed to provide specialized education in the sectors with the greatest opportunities for new graduates including bioscience coding and public utility management. Fall In Love With Your Future The New York Times ranked GCC among the top five colleges and universities in Connecticut for incoming freshmen. Visit the GCC website for more information and see whats in it for you GatewayCT.edu 20 Church Street New Haven CT Over 90 courses and programs for academic advancement professional development and personal enrichment. Accredited Aordable Accessible 7