We’re on a mission to promote science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in the Great Lakes Bay Region.
The STEM Pipeline is a comprehensive STEM Website for the Great Lakes Bay Region/Prosperity Region 5 (Arenac, Bay, Clare, Gladwin, Gratiot, Isabella, Midland and Saginaw Counties). The STEM Impact Initiative Study recommended that we need to build a STEM Talent Pipeline for the Great Lakes Bay Region.
This website is designed to coordinate and organize various STEM efforts from throughout the Great Lakes Bay Region. Please be sure to check back often as we will constantly be updating STEM Programs & Events, STEM Job Posting, STEM News, and innovative initiatives led by our regional STEM Networks.
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STEM Job Postings
Director of EducationBaySail BaySail is a nonprofit organization located in Bay City, Michigan that owns and operates the Appledore tall ships providing environmental learning opportunities to learners of all ages.Bay City
IT Support Specialist (temporary)Amigo Mobility International, Inc. Amigo Mobility International, Inc. manufactures a complete line of innovative mobility products including power-operated vehicles/scooters, trunk and van lifts and electric shopping carts.Bridgeport
EstimatorF.P. Horak Employment Services, Inc.Bay City
Adjunct Instrumentation InstructorDelta College Delta College, established in 1961, offers 150 transfer and career certificate and associate degree programs, and enrolls nearly 11,000 students each semester at its main campus and 3 learning centersUniversity Center
From the STEM Blog
By Kathy Stewart
The STEM Impact Initiative Study from 2014 gave four specific recommendations for the Great Lakes Bay Region to build a STEM Talent Pipeline.
- Driven by Employer Demand
- Powered by Career-Ready and College-Ready Students
- Focused on Strengthening Technical Skills Needed for the Economy
- Sustained by a Culture of STEM
As such, in 2015 STEM Networks were established across the Great Lakes Bay Region to focus on these 4 recommendations.View Stem Networks