State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler has announced openings on her student cabinet.
Cabinet members offer advice to Baesler on how to improve the state's education system. Applications are open to public and private school students in grades 4-12.
Baesler started her student cabinet in 2015. The current group has 20 members from 16 communities in North Dakota, including students from private schools. Students serve 18-month terms.
"If you have things to share, or if there are things that you believe are important for your state superintendent to know about education — how we can make it better, and the things that we’re doing well — please consider applying for the student cabinet," Baesler said.
Applications, which are due April 6, can be found on the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction's website.