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The McClure Center values its role in expanding opportunities to get involved in public policy for students — from undergraduates to postdoctoral. The Center also values its role in connecting faculty to opportunities that relate their research to public policy. One way to do this is by linking students and faculty on sabbatical to internships, jobs and research opportunities.

Deadline: Rolling
Internship and staff positions, U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate
Senate staff positions
Senate internships
House staff positions

Deadline: Rolling
Fellowships and grants, University of Idaho Office of Undergraduate Research
The Office of Undergraduate Research offers a variety of competitive funding resources, including research grants, summer-specific funding and travel grants. 
Learn more.

First review: Sept. 20, 2021
Science Policy Research Assistants, Washington State Academy of Sciences (WSAS)
The Washington State Academy of Sciences (WSAS) is seeking two graduate/postgraduate science policy research assistants to provide support on two new WSAS projects: one on pinniped predation on salmonids, and another on a net ecological gain standard for new state building projects. These (paid) positions are an opportunity to participate in projects that will inform Washington State policy, as well as gain experience working with a science policy organization. 
Additional details.

Deadline: As soon as possible
6-Month and 12-Month Fellowship, National Center for Health Research 
Terrific opportunity for someone with a PhD (or ABD), MD, MPH or similar graduate degree who recently completed their degree or postdoc or wants to move into the policy arena. Learn first-hand about the Washington policy scene by gaining hands-on experience with federal agencies! We are seeking an experienced professional with expertise in quantitative research who can interpret and “translate” research findings into compelling and persuasive information for the public, policy makers and potential funders. Study in epidemiology/public health, medicine, psychology or a closely related field is required. Excellent understanding of public health statistics and oral as well as written communication skills are also required. Grant-writing skills are a plus. Must be willing to commit for 6 months or 12 months, and will be eligible for promotion and renewal. 
More information.

Deadline: Rolling
Congressional Research Grant, Dirksen Congressional Center
The Dirksen Congressional Center invites applications for grants to fund research on congressional leadership and the U.S. Congress. The Center, named for the late Senate Minority Leader Everett M. Dirksen, is a private, nonpartisan, nonprofit research and educational organization devoted to the study of Congress. The Center's first interest is to fund the study of the leadership in the Congress, both House and Senate. Topics could include external factors shaping the exercise of congressional leadership, institutional conditions affecting it, resources and techniques used by leaders or the prospects for change or continuity in the patterns of leadership. In addition, The Center invites proposals about congressional procedures, such as committee operation or mechanisms for institutional change and Congress and the electoral process. The Center also encourages proposals that link Congress and congressional leadership with the creation, implementation and oversight of public policy. Proposals must demonstrate that Congress, not the specific policy, is the central research interest. 
Additional details

Deadline: Rolling
Internship and staff positions, U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate
Senate staff positions
Senate internships
House staff positions

First review: Sept. 20, 2021
Science Policy Research Assistants, Washington State Academy of Sciences (WSAS)
The Washington State Academy of Sciences (WSAS) is seeking two graduate/postgraduate science policy research assistants to provide support on two new WSAS projects: one on pinniped predation on salmonids, and another on a net ecological gain standard for new state building projects. These (paid) positions are an opportunity to participate in projects that will inform Washington State policy, as well as gain experience working with a science policy organization. 
Additional details.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Science Policy Postdocs, Engineering Biology Research Consortium (EBRC) and University of California Berkeley
The EBRC and UC Berkeley are seeking postdoctoral scholars interested in science policy. Postdocs will leverage their previous training to work with EBRC programs and to conduct an individual research project. Applications are being accepted for those with interest in the bioeconomy and related technical and policy influences and impacts and those interested in any of our four focus areas: Technical Research Roadmapping, Security, Education & Workforce Development and Policy & International Engagement. Applicants with particular knowledge, experience and/or expertise in one of the five Application and Impact Sectors (i.e., Environment Biotechnology & Climate, Food & Agriculture, Energy, Health & Medicine, Industrial Biotechnology) and/or the four Technical Themes (i.e., Data Science, Engineering DNA, Host Engineering, Biomolecular Engineering) described in EBRC’s Engineering Biology: A Research Roadmap for the Next-Generation Bioeconomy (2019), are encouraged.
Learn more.

Deadline: As soon as possible
6-Month and 12-Month Fellowship, National Center for Health Research 
Terrific opportunity for someone with a PhD (or ABD), MD, MPH or similar graduate degree who recently completed their degree or postdoc or wants to move into the policy arena. Learn first-hand about the Washington policy scene by gaining hands-on experience with federal agencies! We are seeking an experienced professional with expertise in quantitative research who can interpret and “translate” research findings into compelling and persuasive information for the public, policy makers and potential funders. Study in epidemiology/public health, medicine, psychology or a closely related field is required. Excellent understanding of public health statistics and oral as well as written communication skills are also required. Grant-writing skills are a plus. Must be willing to commit for 6 months or 12 months, and will be eligible for promotion and renewal. 
More information.

Deadline: Rolling
Congressional Research Grant, Dirksen Congressional Center
The Dirksen Congressional Center invites applications for grants to fund research on congressional leadership and the U.S. Congress. The Center, named for the late Senate Minority Leader Everett M. Dirksen, is a private, nonpartisan, nonprofit research and educational organization devoted to the study of Congress. The Center's first interest is to fund the study of the leadership in the Congress, both House and Senate. Topics could include external factors shaping the exercise of congressional leadership, institutional conditions affecting it, resources and techniques used by leaders or the prospects for change or continuity in the patterns of leadership. In addition, The Center invites proposals about congressional procedures, such as committee operation or mechanisms for institutional change, and Congress and the electoral process. The Center also encourages proposals that link Congress and congressional leadership with the creation, implementation and oversight of public policy. Proposals must demonstrate that Congress, not the specific policy, is the central research interest. 
Additional details.

Deadline: Oct. 15, 2021
Jefferson Science Fellowship, U.S. Agency for International Development/U.S. Department of State/U.S. National Academy of Sciences
On October 8, 2003, the Secretary of State announced the Jefferson Science Fellows (JSF) program, establishing a new model for engaging the American academic science, technology, engineering and medical communities in the formulation and implementation of U.S. foreign policy and international development programming. The JSF program is administered by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine and is supported through a partnership between the U.S. academic community, professional scientific societies, the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The JSF is open to tenured, or similarly ranked, faculty from U.S. institutions of higher learning who are U.S. citizens. The application period opens in early August and closes at the end of October. Selected JSFs spend one year on assignment at the U.S. Department of State or USAID as science advisors on foreign policy/international development issues. Assignments are tailored to the needs of the hosting office, while taking into account the Fellows’ interests and areas of expertise. Following the fellowship year, Fellows will return to their academic career but remain available to the U.S. government as an experienced consultant for short-term projects.
Additional details here.

Deadline: Nov. 1, 2021
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science & Technology Policy Fellowship (STPF)
The AAAS STPF is open to U.S. citizens following completion of a terminal degree. Now in its 48th year, this prestigious fellowship provides opportunities for outstanding scientists and engineers to learn first-hand about federal policymaking while using their knowledge and analytical skills to address today’s most pressing societal challenges. 
Program and application information here.

Deadline: Rolling
Congressional Research Grant, Dirksen Congressional Center
The Dirksen Congressional Center invites applications for grants to fund research on congressional leadership and the U.S. Congress. The Center, named for the late Senate Minority Leader Everett M. Dirksen, is a private, nonpartisan, nonprofit research and educational organization devoted to the study of Congress. The Center's first interest is to fund the study of the leadership in the Congress, both House and Senate. Topics could include external factors shaping the exercise of congressional leadership, institutional conditions affecting it, resources and techniques used by leaders or the prospects for change or continuity in the patterns of leadership. In addition, The Center invites proposals about congressional procedures, such as committee operation or mechanisms for institutional change and Congress and the electoral process. The Center also encourages proposals that link Congress and congressional leadership with the creation, implementation and oversight of public policy. Proposals must demonstrate that Congress, not the specific policy, is the central research interest. 
Additional details.

Deadline: Sept. 28, 2021
Energy Innovation Impact Fellowship, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)
The ideal candidates for this fifteen-month fellowship are energy experts eager to leverage their technical and leadership capabilities to work across various assignments to drive progress and collaboration across the DOE offices in support of critical applied energy goals. The fellows will have the unique opportunity to support cross-cutting teams within DOE offices to design, develop, leverage and scale technologies to address critical energy priorities on issues including solar, water, wind, hydrogen, battery storage, etc. 
Details available.  

Deadline: Sept. 30, 2021
Legislative Research Analyst, Oregon State Legislature
Members of the Oregon State Legislature rely on the subject matter expertise of the Legislative Policy and Research Office (LPRO) to provide nonpartisan, objective research, data and committee management to help craft the legislation that affects all Oregonians. LPRO Research Analysts design, execute and present major research and analysis projects to inform policy development and evaluation by the members of the Legislative Assembly. This is a newly developed position that will require an experienced research professional, well versed in quantitative, qualitative and/or mixed methods research design and analysis, including using computerized applications to independently gather, compile and analyze data to prepare narrative or statistical reports. The successful candidate will regularly use strong written and oral communication skills to convey complex information in an accessible way for policymakers and stakeholders. 
Additional details

Deadline: Oct. 1, 2021
Open Rank Professor of Environmental Science and Policy, Smith College
The Environmental Science and Policy Program at Smith College invites applications for an open-rank, tenure-track position to begin July 1, 2022. We seek a candidate who studies the environment and centers their teaching and research in Native American and Indigenous methodologies, themes or narratives; the Ph.D. can be in the natural or social sciences, humanities or an interdisciplinary environmental field.
Learn more

Deadline: Oct. 15, 2021
Director and Faculty - Ostrom Workshop’s Commons Program, Indiana University (IU)
The College of Arts and Sciences, O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, the Hamilton-Lugar School of Global and International Studies and the Ostrom Workshop at IU Bloomington invite applications for a tenure-track position in commons governance at the advanced assistant, associate or full professor level, to begin Fall 2022. The successful candidate will have an academic home in one, or potentially more than one, of the above-listed academic units and Departments, along with serving as the Director of the Ostrom Workshop’s Commons Program. 
Additional details.

Deadline: Nov. 1, 2021
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science & Technology Policy Fellowship (STPF)
The AAAS STPF is open to U.S. citizens following completion of a terminal degree. Now in its 48th year, this prestigious fellowship provides opportunities for outstanding scientists and engineers to learn first-hand about federal policymaking while using their knowledge and analytical skills to address today’s most pressing societal challenges. 
Program and application information here.  

Deadline: As soon as possible
Senior Program Manager - Scientific Policy, Microsoft
The Office of the Chief Scientific Officer (OCSO) is looking for an experienced public policy professional with deep scientific acumen to fill the role of Scientific Policy Program Manager. The position will work directly with the Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) to help research, develop, advocate for and implement programs and policies in the scientific and sociotechnical realms. The Office of the Chief Scientific Officer provides leadership and perspectives on advances and trends relating to scientific matters, and on issues and opportunities rising at the intersection of technology, people and society. We collaborate with leaders across Microsoft as well as with national scientific agencies, academic research institutions, government organizations and civil society to propel today’s scientific discoveries into tomorrow’s technological opportunities.
More information

Deadline: As soon as possible
Fellow and Senior Fellow - Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET), Georgetown University
A policy research organization within Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, CSET produces data-driven research at the intersection of security and technology, providing nonpartisan analysis to the policy community. CSET is currently focusing on the effects of progress in artificial intelligence (AI), advanced computing and biotechnology. We seek to prepare a new generation of decision-makers to address the challenges and opportunities of emerging technologies.
Learn more.

Deadline: As soon as possible
National Director - Policy/Healthy Air, American Lung Association
Working as a member of the Advocacy and Public Policy team, you will join an outstanding group of professionals dedicated to our mission: to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through research, education and advocacy. In this role, you will be responsible for clean air and climate policy research, analysis and tracking relating to key federal air quality actions to reduce nationwide air pollution, with two main areas of focus: The National Ambient Air Quality Standards for ozone, fine particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide and opportunities to curb natural gas combustion, including in the appliance and industrial sectors. Represent the American Lung Association before federal agencies and develop advocacy materials. Provide technical assistance and consultation to coalition partners and Lung Association staff. This position is grant-funded.
Details available.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Project Policy Analyst (PPA), Innovative Genomics Institute (IGI)
The PPA reports to the Executive Director, working with the Scientific Directors and Partners to develop proposals and recommendations to guide and support the broader strategic direction for the organization, particularly in the human health area. This position will participate with high level organizational or program leaders in the strategic thinking and planning around future business development opportunities for the IGI. The PPA will develop and implement new programs and organizational structure changes required to comply with new policy and regulations particularly in the area of human health, ensuring the highest level of implementation of best practices, organizational strategies and campus policies, to maximize resources, productivity and elevate operational effectiveness.
Learn more

Deadline: As soon as possible
Board Director - Board on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Sensory Sciences (BBCSS), National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (National Academies)
The BBCSS was established in 1997 as the locus of work for the behavioral sciences at the National Academies. Its mission is to support cross-disciplinary inquiry into complex scientific and policy questions, draw attention to the behavioral sciences for national policy initiatives and provide a vision of where the behavioral sciences are headed. Recent and ongoing projects include a variety of topics such as national security, aging, stigmatization in health and in the workplace, replicability in science and the utility of developing behavioral ontologies to further science. The Board Director is responsible for the development, implementation and ongoing management and evaluation of all Board activities, and significantly impacting the advancement of science or policy through the successful conduct of National Academies’ programs and activities, among many duties.
Details available.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Vice President - Public Policy and Advocacy, Crisis Text Line
The Vice President of Public Policy and Advocacy will lead the government relations and advocacy work to strengthen Crisis Text Line’s role as a leader in mental health and crisis services. Through developing relationships with federal and state policymakers, federal and state agency staff and key stakeholders in the mental health space, s/he/they will identify opportunities to influence public policy and deepen the organization’s impact.
Information available.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Deputy Director, Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense
The Deputy Director supports the Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense by leading biodefense policy analysis and research about the prevention, deterrence, preparedness for, surveillance and detection of, response to, attribution of, recovery from and mitigation of naturally occurring, accidentally released and intentionally introduced biological threats. This position reports to the Executive Director.
Additional details

Deadline: As soon as possible
Senior Program Officer - Board on Life Sciences (BLS), National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (National Academies) 
BLS addresses critical, emerging policy and technical issues associated with the life science research enterprise and the applications of the life sciences. BLS works internationally with other Academies of Sciences, international organizations and Young Academies of Sciences. BLS’ work encompasses fundamental, foundational, emerging and applied life science research; multi, inter and trans-disciplinary life and associated sciences; biotechnology and the bioeconomy; biological data sharing and analysis; environmental health and one health; biodiversity; international bioengagement and biosecurity and defense.
More information

Deadline: As soon as possible
Program Officer - Naval Studies Board, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (National Academies)
The mission of the Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences (DEPS) is to provide independent and authoritative science, technology, engineering and related policy advice to the federal government and to the nation and to promote communications between the science and technology community, the federal government and the interested public. DEPS seeks to assess the role of science and technology in important public policy issues and to advance science and engineering, identifying needed research as well as improvements in data and research methods. In these ways, it fosters better science and technology and their use to support decisions on public policies and programs.
More information

Deadline: As soon as possible
Senior Global Policy Advocate, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) 
The incumbent will coordinate a new, global policy and advocacy coalition on women’s economic empowerment. The ideal candidate has thematic familiarity with women’s economic empowerment issues, strong experience in coalition management and advocacy and analytical skills and experience in global and national level policy forums. Under the direction of the Senior Director, Policy & Advocacy, and in collaboration with relevant stakeholders including the economist and various coalition/partner organizations, the Senior Advocate will be responsible for scoping and building the coalition; recruiting and coordinating members; facilitating collaborative coalition development of its advocacy and communications strategies; synthesizing and adapting relevant evidence and developing policy recommendations for target advocacy audiences in line with that evidence.
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Deadline: As soon as possible
Manager of Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs, American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)
The manager is responsible for public policy research, development and dissemination, tracking and keeping members apprised of federal regulatory developments related to the prevention and treatment of addiction and preparing comment letters related thereto and providing counsel and technical assistance on addiction policy issues to ASAM members, policymakers, the media and other stakeholder groups as needed.
Additional details.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Executive Director (ED) - Health and Medicine Division (HMD), National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (National Academies) 
The National Academies are seeking ED for the HMD of the National Research Council (NRC). This is a rare and exciting opportunity for an individual to lead a preeminent and nationally significant program under the National Academies’ mission to provide independent and authoritative advice to the nation on critical issues involving science, technology, engineering and health. The mission of the HMD is to provide independent and authoritative science and related policy advice and to facilitate solutions to complex issues in health and medicine at the request of federal agencies, Congress, state and local health authorities, nonprofit organizations, medical societies and private foundations. It strives to advance science broadly, identifying research needs as well as improvements in data and research methods. HMD activities cover a broad and rich span of topics.
Learn more.  

Deadline: As soon as possible
Multiple positions, Institute for Engagement & Negotiation (IEN), University of Virginia
The Institute for Engagement & Negotiation (IEN) is now seeking to hire for three positions: Event & Training Programs Manager (Virginia Natural resources Leadership Institute; VNRLI), Associate and Senior Associate. We are recognized nationally for both our depth of experience and breadth of work. We work on most anything that impacts both our natural and built environment – natural resources, public health, community infrastructure and equity and social issues. We work as facilitators and mediators to help communities, agencies, nonprofits and businesses make sustainable decisions through collaborative approaches, in order to sustain communities ecologically, socially and economically.
Details for Event & Training and Project Associate positions. 

Deadline: As soon as possible
Multiple positions, Biotechnology Innovation Organizations (BIO)
BIO is the world's largest biotech trade association. It serves more than 1,100 biotechnology firms, research schools, state biotechnology centers and related associations in the United States and more than 30 other countries. Members are involved in the research and development of innovative healthcare, agricultural, industrial and environmental biotechnology products.  
Learn more.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Multiple positions, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
CFR is an independent, nonpartisan membership organization, think tank, and publisher dedicated to being a resource for its members, government officials, business executives, journalists, educators and students, civic and religious leaders and other interested citizens in order to help them better understand the world and the foreign policy choices facing the United States and other countries. Founded in 1921, CFR takes no institutional positions on matters of policy. Our goal is to start a conversation in this country about the need for Americans to better understand the world.
Position descriptions.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Multiple positions, Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR)
Named a top think tank in the United States, IWPR has shifted conversation on issues such as the gender wage gap, employment and job discrimination, Social Security, welfare reform and access to public benefits, educational access, child care and many others.  Our ongoing Status of Women in the States project and other state-specific research initiatives produce real outcomes for women and families. In recent years, IWPR expanded its Status of Women model globally, working with partners to produce a series of reports on the Status of Women in the Middle East and North Africa.
Position descriptions.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Multiple policy analysis positions, BlueGreen Alliance
BlueGreen Alliance was formed in 2006 by the United Steelworkers and the Sierra Club in recognition that the future of working people and the health of the environment are inextricably linked. The policy analysis positions are responsible for designing, coordinating and implementing legislative and policy efforts.
Additional details.

Deadline: As soon as possible
Multiple positions, Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT)
CDT works to promote democratic values by shaping technology policy and architecture, with a focus on the rights of the individual. CDT brings together thought leaders to find innovative and practical solutions to the policy challenges surrounding the Internet. We provide leadership and advocacy to help shape public policy and industry best practices while providing a forum for stakeholder dialogue.
More information.   

Deadline: Multiple
Multiple positions, Partnership for Public Service
The Partnership for Public Service is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that strives for a more effective government for the American people. Since our founding in 2001, we have worked to make government more effective and efficient. Our nonpartisan stance allows us to collaborate with many different stakeholders who share our vision for a better government. We serve as a bridge between administrations, across the political aisle and from government to the private sector, bringing together diverse perspectives to develop forward-thinking solutions and put them into action.
Additional details.

Deadline: Multiple
Multiple positions, Culmen International
Established in 2004, Culmen International is committed to enhancing international security, strengthening homeland defense, and optimizing government operations. We provide technical and management expertise, develop innovative technology solutions and deliver logistics, training and language services worldwide. With experience in over 100 countries, Culmen supports our clients to accomplish critical missions in challenging environments.
More information.
 
Deadline: As soon as possible
Multiple positions, MITRE
As a not-for-profit organization, MITRE works in the public interest across federal, state and local governments, as well as industry and academia. We bring innovative ideas into existence in areas as varied as artificial intelligence, intuitive data science, quantum information science, health informatics, space security, policy and economic expertise, trustworthy autonomy, cyber threat sharing and cyber resilience.
Learn more

Deadline: Various
Multiple Positions, National Democratic Institute (NDI)
The NDI is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, nongovernmental organization that has supported democratic institutions and practices in every region of the world for more than three decades. Since its founding in 1983, NDI and its local partners have worked to establish and strengthen political and civic organizations, safeguard elections and promote citizen participation, openness and accountability in government.
Additional details

Deadline: Rolling
Internship and staff positions, U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate
Senate staff positions
Senate internships
House staff positions

Oct. 12-13, 2021, noon to 5:30pm Eastern
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Forum on Science & Technology Policy

The annual AAAS Forum on Science and Technology Policy is a conference for people interested in public policy issues facing the science, engineering and academic communities. Since 1976, it has been the place where insiders go to learn what is happening around the growing number of policy issues that affect researchers and their institutions. The 46th Forum on S&T Policy will gather virtually to discuss major current challenges affecting science, policy and society, as well as their intersectionality. The Forum gives you exclusive access to participate in discussions with some of the nation’s top experts and decision-makers on the most important public policy issues and how we should build on this framework for the future.
Details and registration.

U.S. Census Bureau - 2021 Data Summit Series
You are invited to join the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2021 Data Summit Series. Designed for the novice data user, the series will present a high-level overview of several data products and demonstrate how they can be used to assist organizations and businesses identify data-driven solutions to challenges.
Learn more and register.

Presidential Innovation Fellowship (PIF) Weekly Virtual Coffees
Attend PIF’s weekly virtual coffees, featuring current fellows and alumni, on Fridays at 3 p.m. Eastern. Attend the Technology Transformation Services (TTS) Talent office hours to learn more about the hiring process, on Fridays at 4:15 p.m. Eastern.
You can learn more and RSVP to these PIF events here.

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Science Policy Resources

New webpage available, with information about federal government, state and local government, national and international organizations, think tanks, media, advocacy, analysis, the science-policy interface, communications, history and more.

COVID-19 Resources 
U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM)
The NASEM is rapidly mobilizing critical expertise to inform government response and recovery efforts with evidence-based guidance, and facilitating collaboration across research disciplines – and between the public and private sectors – to help fight this pandemic.
Information available.

U.S. Congressional Research Service (CRS) COVID-19/Coronavirus Resources
New webpage available on the public facing CRS website, with content updated frequently.
Learn more.

Harvard University’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation Releases New Report
“Science, Technology, and Democracy: Building a Modern Congressional Technology Assessment Office”
Read the report here.

Engineers and Scientists Acting Locally (ESAL)
ESAL is a national organization dedicated to increasing local engagement by professionals with backgrounds in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Many engineers and scientists are interested in making a difference in their communities, but they don’t know how to get involved or overlook the important role that cities, counties and states play in policy development and implementation. We hope to encourage and help STEM professionals to meaningfully engage with their local government and with community-oriented non-profit and volunteer organizations by sharing stories of how others have made a difference in their communities.
Additional information.

McClure Center

Physical Address:
GAR Building

Mailing Address:
James A. & Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research
GAR Building
714 W. State Street
Boise, ID 83702

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