Angela Jones, CEO of Washington STEM, gives the keynote address at the STEM Summit, sponsored by Economic Alliance Snohomish County and Workforce Snohomish. (Janice Podsada / The Herald)

Angela Jones, CEO of Washington STEM, gives the keynote address at the STEM Summit, sponsored by Economic Alliance Snohomish County and Workforce Snohomish. (Janice Podsada / The Herald)

STEM summit focuses on ‘grow your own’ skilled workers

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