Thinking about a career in a science field? | Wondering
what careers are available in science?
The Bureau of Labor &
Statistics has some great information on their website,
including information on careers such as Pilot, Pharmacist, Chemist, Engineering Technician, and Environmental Scientist.
Chemical Society also has a website with career information,
including profiles, career descriptions, and salary surveys.
And check out what's involved in being a civil engineer on the ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers)
Profiles on past and present pioneers in science, technology,
engineering and mathematics.
Online games which encourage Middle School and High School
students to explore careers in STEM fields.
EPA website that talks about Latina women to potential STEM
Turn imagination into reality with a future in engineering! This
site is to help encourage women to enter into the engineering
field. Read about the Engineer Girl essay contest, find out
information about engineering careers, view profiles of women
engineers, and find out what classes to take in high school to
pursue an engineering career. Also click on links to view engineers
exploring the galaxy, to talking to engineers about any questions
that you may have! This site has been brought to you by The
National Academy of Sciences.
Learn about ecology! Find out what ecologists do, what a work
day is like for an ecologist, how you can become an ecologist, how
much an ecologist gets paid, types of careers in ecology, where
ecologists work, and information on other environmental careers.
This site has been brought to you by Kids Do Ecology, and
The American Society of Civil Engineers website asks, "Do you
like games? Can't refuse a good challenge? Try civil engineering
out for yourself." This site has lots of fun ways to see what civil
engineering is all about. Watch out - you might learn
Find all kinds of career opportunities - for instance: A Day in
the Life of a Special Agent - Special Agents have many different
responsibilities, including community outreach, investigation, and
continuous training. Learn what one particular day in the life of
an Agent in Washington, D.C., may be. From the Federal Citizen
Want to know more about careers in science, technology,
engineering, or math? Browse through detailed information on over
100 careers to discover what scientists really do and what it takes
to prepare for these careers. Each career profile provides basic
career information such as salary, job outlook, degree
What does a geologist do? Geologists work to understand the
history of our planet. Learn more about their job and how to
Explore the fringe edges of science and get interested in the
more mundane aspects of scientific work.
Ever wonder who comes up with stuff? Cool stuff like the cell
phone? An engineer. How about
roller coasters? Yep, an engineer. And life-saving technology? You
got it, an engineer.
Why does pharmacy matter? Explore pharmacy's rich history and
learn how key breakthroughs in the field continue to change our
Discovery the different types of engineers and what they do.
Check out the games and activities to make slime, and design an
airplane or parachute.
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