Appleton, WI, January 17, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- The nonprofit recently met with Representative Amanda Stuck (D-WI) to discuss cyber and STEM programs for youth and young adults in Wisconsin. Executive Director for the Center for Women and Minorities in the Cyber Workforce at the Cyber Institute, Taylor Rodriguez Vance said, “Our nonprofit believes that to achieve the greatest impact for the populations we wish to serve, we have to have dialogue with others who are committed to a similar mission as ours.” She noted that the representative’s appointments to the state's Information Policy and Technology and Jobs and Economy committees reveals the representative's commitment to the education and economic development for our community. She is an ideal person in which to have a dialogue.
Representative Stuck said that she would be, “running for election to the U.S. House to represent Wisconsin's 8th Congressional District” and that addressing the cyber and STEM educational needs for youth and young adults would continue to be important. Andrew Vance of the Cyber Institute said he was not only pleased with the meeting but Oliver Zarnow, Executive Director for the Building for Kids Children’s Science Museum, also stated that Representative Stuck had expressed interest at speaking at the Career Day at Children’s Science Museum in Appleton.
About Cyber Institute
The nonprofit staff have specialized knowledge and experience innovating workforce development and hold dual positions in academia and the Cyber Institute. They help reduce barriers into cybersecurity and STEM related careers by advancing traditional and non-traditional pathways; for women and minorities in particular. By increasing access to education, employment, and workforce development, those they server can have greater opportunities for self-determination and self-reliance. For more information, reach them at email@example.com and find us at https://www.cyber-institute.org.
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