Snapshots that highlight the progress of our education initiatives
In 2021 alone, we reached 27 million students and educators worldwide through our four core science education programs.
To date, we have provided 3,100 science teachers with cutting-edge research equipment and training to transform their classrooms into biotech labs.
To date, we have opened the door for more than 4,800 Scholars to undertake cutting-edge research in the world’s most prestigious institutions.
To date, we have committed $200 million to meaningful, evidence-based initiatives that advance science education.
To date, we have committed $375 million to nonprofits dedicated to impacting lives in inspiring and innovative ways.
The Amgen Foundation works to broaden access to engaging and inspiring science education programs, providing future generations with essential skills to thrive in an increasingly complex world.
Together with our partners, we offer hands-on and virtual learning opportunities to ensure that everyone, everywhere can participate in science, regardless of race, ethnicity, income, gender, geography, sexual orientation or disability.
Amgen staff members volunteer as mentors in high schools and contribute their expertise to new educational resources. In our United States and Puerto Rican communities, we award grants to further our mission.