Seneca High School held its first meeting last week to develop an action plan to improve education in science, mathematics, engineering and technology. The eventual goal: to better prepare students for post-secondary education and the workplace. Among those attending were representatives of Clemson University, Tri-County Technical College, Schneider Electric, Integrated Support Systems, BASF, and Oconee Medical Center. The group will meet again soon to begin developing the requirements for a STEM certification for students. Business and industrial personnel interested in being involved are asked to contact Chris White at email@example.com.