Apple STEM, NCW Tech Alliance present learning forum

OKANOGAN – The Apple STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) network and NCW Tech Alliance have teamed up to present a 2022 STEM & Career Connected Learning Legislative Forum in Okanogan featuring conversations with legislative candidates from District 7 in attendance. 


The District 7 forum is scheduled from 6-7 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 25, at the Okanogan County PUD located at 1331 Second Ave North. The event will be moderated by Dr. Sue Kane, Director of STEM Initiatives & Strategic Partnerships for the NCESD with attending State Representative, Jaquelin Maycumber, and challenger Lonny Williams.


NCW Tech Alliance

NCW Tech Alliance has served as the region’s tech alliance since 1999, championing growth and development in North Central Washington. As a 501(c)3, NCW Tech Alliance’s mission is to bring together people and resources in technology, entrepreneurship, and STEM education. For more information visit


Apple STEM Network

The Apple STEM Network is a regional alliance of K-12, higher education, and community partners in North Central Washington. Apple STEM represents a diverse region with tremendous potential for STEM industry in agriculture, energy and innovation. With a collective effort the network intends to:

• Provide a constructive support system for educators who aim to meet the rising challenge for all students to develop 21st century skills and STEM literacy

• To integrate community mentorship and promote authentic project-based learning and field experiences for all levels of education.

• Engage students in exploring the world of opportunities on the horizon through STEM.


The STEM & Career Connected Learning Legislative Forums are free, community events. For more information visit








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