Creating Interest In A Career

Get a student interested in a career and they’re more likely to stay in school. Here are some sites that can help.

Scholarship sponsors lean towards students with career goals in mind.

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Discover Engineering

Discover Engineering offers younger visitors motivating topics like a water slide to interest them in this field. Authentic and practical problems! DiscoverE works to provide every student with a shared STEM experience and the resources, programs, and connections to improve the understanding of engineering through a united voice and a global distribution network.    learn more

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Federal Aviation Administration: The Sky Is the Limit for Students!

Do you know what you want to be when you grow up? Are you still figuring it out? If you love science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), then consider a career in aviation or aerospace! FAA's STEM Aviation and Space Education (AVSED) program offers lots of ways for you to explore this exciting world through…  learn more

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Future Architects

Do you know a child interested in building blocks or young adult that is great and being creative? If so, they might be destined to become an architect. The goal of our Future Architects Initiative is to inspire the next generation, foster, educate, and help navigate the path to a career in architecture.  learn more

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JobStar: California Job Search Guide

JobStar concentrates on career preparation, especially possibilities in the next century. They can be easily replicated in other locales. Look at Tryengineering.  learn more

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O*NET OnLine

O*NET OnLine, created for the U.S. Department of Labor, has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, students, researchers, and more!  learn more