The STEM program (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Advisory Council) is seeking applications for members of the six newly established regional STEM network hubs.
The six regional networks are a public-private partnership, whose overarching goal is to boost student achievement in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and promote STEM economic development. Members will serve under Governor Terry Branstad and each board will have a maximum of 15 members.
A variety of applicants including, but not limited to, the follow areas:
- Area Education Agency
- Community College
- County extension and outreach
- Economic development/Chamber of Commerce
- K-12 student/parent
- Local government
- Nonprofit/informal learning centers
- Private college/university
- Public college/university
- Regional workforce development
- School board member
- STEM teacher – public/private school