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If you have younger kids, they have probably been involved in a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) event hosted by the Micron Foundation. The main goal of the foundation is to show through community enrichment how these subjects are used in everyday activities.

The foundation also helps K-12 teachers. Know a teacher who might like to supplement her curriculum or apply for a grant? Have her check out the website!

Not from around here but think Boise sounds pretty fantastic? Contact us today. We can give you more information on Boise and help you find the right home when you decide it’s the place for you!

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Janet Jameyson

In her previous career as an organizing consultant to Fortune 500 companies, Janet Jameyson took the stress out of her clients' lives. Her goal is to bring that same organized professionalism and high....

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