LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Arkansas's Lieutenant Governor will play an even bigger role in expanding STEM careers for young women not only in this state - but across the country.
Tim Griffin has been appointed the national chair of Lieutenant Governors for Million Women Mentors.
The initiative will connect one million mentors in the science, technology engineering and math fields to elementary, middle and high school girls.
Griffin believes by 2020 more women will be pursuing STEM careers.
"That's what we've got to have not only in Arkansas but in the United States if we're going to compete around the world because the jobs of the future, many many many are STEM field jobs."
Lieutenant Governor Griffin was previously the honorary chair of Million Women Mentors for Arkansas.
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