Thank you for your interest in serving on the Minnesota Advisory Council on STEM Learning. The Council meets quarterly (4 times a year). It is made up of 29 members representing several state agencies, nonprofits, community and cultural organizations and business and industry. 
The objectives of the Council on STEM Learning include:

Increasing the number of young people, especially women and marginalized groups engaged in the exploration and pursuit of STEM career fields.

Identifying, connecting and promoting STEM-based learning experiences throughout Minnesota.

Recommending policy and systems alignment solutions that improve STEM pathways, coordination, and learning; emphasizing the potential impact on disenfranchised and marginalized populations.

Fostering a collaborative environment across institutions to increase career exploration of STEM careers and disciplines.

Encouraging the development of applied learning and integration of employability skills into in-school and out-of-school STEM Learning programs.

Reinforcing public-private partnerships to better understand and address Minnesota’s STEM-based workforce development needs.

If you are interested in serving and would like to be considered for an appointment, please complete the following application.