Learning and Living Committee
Learning and Living is a business-education partnerships in Princeton dedicated to building strong bonds between our local schools and business communities.
Our goals include educating students about the spectrum of employment opportunities that are available to them, building in them the skills needed to be successful in the world of work, and opening doors between local schools and businesses in order to better inform each about the other.
Relationships are the key
Our mission is to create and nurture active partnerships within our community in order to develop and foster effective two-way communication between businesses and schools, and assure relevance in learning.
We believe that education works best when learners are able to apply what they learn in school to life and work situations.
Learning & Living Committee Members
Community Ed Director, ISD# 477
MS Counselor, ISD #477
PHS Principal, ISD #477
PHS Assistant Principal, ISD #477
Director of Student Services, ISD #477
Dean, ISD #477
Fairview Health Services
Human Resources Generalist, Crystal Cabinet Works
ALC Teacher, ISD #477
PHS Agriculture Teacher, ISD #477
Director of Human Resources, Phillips Distilling
President, Steinbrecher Painting
Steinbrecher Painting (Retired)
Director of Teaching and Learning, ISD #477
Executive Director, Princeton Chamber of Commerce
Community Development Specialist, City of Princeton
Workforce Strategy Consultant at DEED
Becoming a Member
Being a Learning and Living member is all about supporting the school district and the students in our community. Our goals are centered around building a skilled and competent workforce.
Our goal and our role as business members is building the workforce rather than advancing our personal businesses. We serve as a bridge to the community for career experiences. Our activities are centered on building career skills in students and building an awareness in educators of the skills needed to be successful in the workplace.
- To contribute with students best interests in mind
- To have a passion for supporting students
- To attend and participate in committee activities
- To listen in the community and report back on student readiness and literacies
If you are interested in joining our committee please fill out our very short application. We meet monthly on the 1st Wednesday of each month in the District Center from 7:30am to 8:45am. Please consider sharing your expertise and giving input on building a skilled workforce. Applications are reviewed monthly.
“Businesses Supporting Schools Supporting Businesses”