Additional STEM Career Resources

Click on the links below to find out more about each of these resources. 

  • STEM Jobs — website providing information about STEM careers.
  • “I Am A Scientist” — website providing interviews with research scientists and science career resources. 
  • CAREERWise video library — collection of short videos provided by a Minnesota State University career program, including videos on health science and STEM careers.
  • Industry and Career Resources for Promoting Diversity in Engineering — article covering advantages gained from diversity in the engineering industry; includes an overview of engineering careers. 
  • STEM Careers Coalition — initiative from Discovery Education that provides classroom activities and STEM career profiles. 
  • Pathways to Science — initiative from the Institute for Broadening Participation that offers a portal to view educational programs and funding opportunities. Pathways to Science also provides webinars related to professional development. 
  • “Why Science” animations — short videos produced by the Royal Society that aim to excite students ages 11-16 about the benefits of scientific study and different STEM careers. 
  • A Career in the Wild World of Biology — website from American Institute of Biological Sciences providing biology career resources including information on the Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program. 
  • Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) — initiative from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) highlighting the contributions and career journeys of female researchers from the NIBIB community. 
  • Careers & the Chemical Sciences — section of the American Chemical Society website featuring information about career opportunities in the chemical sciences, including interviews with professionals describing their career journeys and a typical workday. 
  • Laboratory Science Careers — website created by the Coordinating Council on the Clinical Laboratory Workforce (CCCLW) providing resources for students interested in learning about career options in the laboratory sciences. 
  • Navigate the Circuit — website from the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) offering information about bioengineering including the video series, “What do Biomedical Engineers Have to Say?” featuring interviews with bioengineers discussing their work and career paths.
  • Careers in Genomics — section of the National Human Genome Research Institute website providing an overview of career options related to genetics and genomics.