Friday, August 17, 2018


So you want to make a difference in the world and solve problems that effect peoples’ lives? Then a career in a STEM might be what you are looking for! Visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook to discover more information about these STEM-related jobs:
  • Aerospace Engineers
  • Agricultural Scientists
  • Airplane Pilots
  • Anesthesiologists
  • Animal Scientists
  • Aquatic Technicians
  • Architects
  • Astronomers
  • Biologists
  • Broadcast Technicians
  • Cardiovascular Technologists
  • Chemical Engineers
  • Civil Engineers
  • Computer Engineers
  • Computer Programmers
  • Health Services Administrators
  • Industrial Engineers
  • Industrial Production Managers
  • Internists
  • Marine Biologists
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Medical Laboratory Technicians
  • Medical Laboratory Technologists
  • Medical Sonographers
  • Meteorologists
  • Occupational Health and Safety Specialists
  • Optometrists
Northrop Grumman offers great Student Resources to boost your STEM skills - click here for more information
Student Feature
Junior Knights is a free program offered to middle and high school students that introduces computer programming to those who don't have courses at their own high school and allows students who have programmed before to improve their skills.
[stem]  noun   1. Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, is the key to our future careers. STEM encompasses almost everything in our daily lives. How we eat, communicate; solve problems, where we live, virtually all of the things we are exposed to, have been developed with a foundation of STEM knowledge. Think of the games we play after school: WII, Hlo, XBOX, how were these created? Will you be the creator of the Next Big Thing?
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