Branstad seeking applicants for STEM advisory boards
The governor’s office announced today that it is seeking applicants to hold positions on the advisory councils of the six science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) hubs around the state.
Each board will have a maximum of 15 members who will serve at the pleasure of the governor, according to a release.
The governor’s office is looking for a variety of applicants from nonprofit and government organizations to private businesses and citizens to apply. Applications are available online.