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STEM Careers 101

An explanation of careers in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math
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Katie Green

on 2 October 2012

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Transcript of STEM Careers 101

Katie Green
Project Specialist
STEM Education Alliance STEM Careers 101 Anything that involves one of the
natural sciences--earth, physical or life Science fisheries biologist
veterinarian
biotechnologist
food scientist
geneticist Life Science careers geologist
petroleum technician
atmospheric scientist
astronomer Earth and Space
Science Careers physicist
chemist
pharmacologist
materials scientist Physical Science
Careers medical, engineering & military jobs rely
on technology Technology semiconductor processors
software engineers
animators
web designer Technology careers
include engineers design & build structures,
machines, devices, materials & processes Engineering chemical Types of Engineers civil electrical mechanical mining aerospace petroleum systems audio architectural biomedical nuclear materials science industrial Math Math is used in many careers, but some careers focus on it actuaries
mathematicians
operations research analysts
statisticians Why STEM? STEM Careers pay more than the national average Many STEM Careers are in high demand As technology advances, more STEM careers will appear STEM in Virginia Since 2001, Virginia's
STEM employment
has increased by 17%! STEM in Virginia source:
www.economicmodeling.
com STEM Employers
in Virginia These are some of the largest employers in Virginia (more than 1000 employees) Bottom Line If you take classes in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, YOU WILL GET A JOB!! What STEM
careers offer flexibility
travel
problem solving
opportunities for advancement How do you prepare for a STEM Career? list which STEM classes your school offers software agricultural computer environmental Katie Green
www.stemeducation.org
kegreen@wm.edu This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License by STEM Education Alliance at the College of William and Mary 2012.
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