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View Resource Careers in Math

A surprising variety of career opportunities are open to people with mathematical talent and training mathematics and computational science are utilized in almost every discipline of science, engineering, industry, and technology. Newapplication areas are discovered constantly and older techniques areapplied in new ways and in emerging fields. Industry relies on applied mathematics and...

View Resource Sloan Career Cornerstone Center: Podcasts

In difficult economic times, many people begin to consider switching careers. One way to find out about new career pathways in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, computing, or healthcare is to listen to a few of these podcasts provided by the Sloan Career Cornerstone Center (SCCC). The SCCC is a non-profit resource sponsored by organizations including the Alfred P. Sloan...

View Resource iSeek: STEM Careers

Minnesota's iSeek website "works with the state's workforce development and education authorities to develop and inform policy and to strategize services for career planning, education and e-learning, and workforce development." But the resources on the STEM Careers and Skills section of the site aren't just for those people living in Minnesota; this section provides all visitors the opportunity...

View Resource CareerZone: STEM for Teens

Visitors to CareerZone website will notice right away that it was designed with teenagers in mind. It's "an innovative online career exploration and planning system designed... [to] mak [e] career exploration and planning fun and easy." This website from the New York Department of Labor doesn't just tell teenagers to study the STEM subjects to get a career in the STEM fields: it goes one step...

View Resource Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences

The Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences (CBMS) is an umbrella organization consisting of seventeen professional societies with a primary objective of increasing the diffusion of knowledge in one or more of the mathematical sciences. On their homepage, those interested in CBMS or Mathematics will find several interesting links. First, the book "Mathematical Education of Teachers" is...

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