Maryland Tech Council’s Workforce Development/STEM Committee serves as a proactive advisory group to sustain and grow a knowledge-based economy and to identify the next generation of skilled workers through by developing science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills. The Workforce Development/STEM Committee will serve as the Mid-Atlantic’s clearinghouse for workforce shortage issues, solutions and activities and to ensure the universities/colleges curriculum are producing enough qualified, skilled workers to meet industry’s demand.
Michelle Ferrone, Executive Vice President, Operations
How to Join
Committee members will serve as active participants to recommend workforce development initiatives, programs and successes in the region. To serve on the Workforce Development/STEM Committee, you must be a member of MTC. To join, please contact the MTC staff Liaison.