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STEM Career Websites
The following online career resources can be used as a launching point for STEM
career awareness (please feel free to share your experience with these sites).

O-NET (STEM Careers)
1. Click on Find Occupations
2. Scroll to bottom, beneath STEM Discipline, click on arrow and select a STEM field
(Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Engineering, Geosciences,
Life Science, mathematics, Physics/Astronomy).
3. Click on selected title for detailed information (tasks, tools/technology, skills,
abilities, work activities, work context, job zone, interests, work styles, work values,
related occupations and wages & trends (there is also a feature available to access
wages & trends by state).

EUREKA - California info, updated annually
SAC subscription (available in the Career Center)

BRIDGES – National info
SAC subscription (available in the Career Center)
Provides degree of math used in career of interest, along with “real-life” math activity

California Occupational Guides (COG)

WorkNet Career Videos - National

California Labor Market Info (EDD)

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

Environmental Career Guide

Discover Engineering
Interactive site that provides overview of careers in engineering that may assist students in
identifying an emphasis; What’s Engineering, Video Activities, What’s New in Engineering and
Cool Stuff (news clips about up-and-coming engineering research/careers). Example:

PBS clips
Allows students to view streaming video of interviews with people such as Mary Bell, VP of
Logistics for Caterpillar and Michael Dell, CEO and Founder of Dell Computers. Example:
• Go to the Explore tab (top menu), at collapsible menu tabs click on Interests.
• Click on field of Interests (green highlighted titles).
• Scroll to picture boxes, click on picture box of interest. Example: Michael Dell
• To activate video, Click on picture beneath the word VIDEO (mid-text)

STEM Career Awareness and Choices


Career Voyages: In Demand (EXCITING STEM CAREERS)


Occupational Outlook Quarterly: STEM Occupations

What Can I Do With a Major In…

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