Partners * Leadership Council * Executive Team * Backbone Staff * Work Groups * Liaisons
The Oregon Coast STEM Hub is comprised of over 60 cross-sector partners. The Partners support the mission of the STEM Hub and provide input to the Leadership Council. See a list of Oregon Coast STEM Hub partners, on the Partners page of this website.
Provides strategic direction, networking, advice, support, and oversight for Oregon Coast STEM Hub activities. The Leadership Council supports the backbone staff. The Leadership Council consists of not less than nine or more than 15 formal or informal leaders representing organizations of preK-14 education, industry and business, higher education, community organizations, workforce or economic development agencies, early learning, regional achievement collaboratives, elected government, community leaders and tribal leaders.
Visit the Hub Leadership page of this website to find out the current composition of the Leadership Council, upcoming meetings, and notes from past meetings.
This body is comprised of four to five members of the Leadership Council. The Executive Team supports the Oregon Coast STEM Hub Director in implementing the work outlined by the Leadership Council, provides guidance and feedback in regards to any new business, maintains open communication with the full Leadership Council, provides input in planning agendas for the Leadership Council meetings, and facilitates the evaluation process for the Director.
The backbone includes a full time Director, part-time Communications Coordinator, Professional Development Coordinator, Student STEM Experiences Coordinator, North Coast Coordinator, Central Coast Coordinator(s), South Coast Coordinator, and Fiscal Agent. Backbone staff support the following for the STEM Hub: Governance and operations, communications, sustainability, networking, data support, equity, and program alignment. Oregon State University has been the fiscal agent for the Oregon Coast STEM Hub since October 2017. Meet the backbone staff
These three groups turn strategic planning into specific strategies grounded in local feedback. Work Groups may be standing or ad hoc, depending on need. Standing Work Groups in the north, central and south coast will focus on locally relevant work under key elements of the Leadership Council's broader plan and engage in a continuous process of planning and doing. Download the Work Group guidance document
Oregon Department of Education assessed Oregon Coast STEM Hub progress in June 2017. Read the report
The Oregon Coast STEM Hub completed and submitted its final report to the Oregon Department of Education detailing activities and impacts for the 2013-2015 biennium. Read the report - (54 pages) Evaluation
To learn more details about the Oregon Coast STEM Hub documents, download:
To see a list of Oregon Coast STEM Hub partners, visit the Partners page of this website