Who is eligible to be part of a STEM Learning Exchange consortium and how do I apply?
Each Learning Exchange is to be made up of a diverse set of statewide education, business and community partners. Education partners include K-12 districts and schools, community colleges, universities, regional education offices, student organizations, and others. Business and workforce partners include employers and employer-led associations, labor organizations, local workforce innovation boards, and others. Community organizations include museums, federal laboratories and research centers, non-profit STEM organizations, and other community organizations that serve learners.