DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Ivanka Trump is headed to Iowa to promote workforce development.
The daughter of President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit a learning center in the Des Moines suburb of Waukee on Monday.
The Waukee Innovation and Learning Center is part of the local school district and houses a program aimed at partnering students with businesses.
Ivanka Trump, a senior adviser to her father, says she’s visiting the facility to promote the Trump administration’s infrastructure plan, which includes a focus on workforce development. Republican Gov. Kim Reynolds is expected to join her.
Ivanka Trump will be in Iowa the same day her father and first lady Melania Trump are in New Hampshire to discuss combating the nation’s opioid crisis.