5 Top STEM Dietary Careers

Dietary careers are growing as they now include a wide variety of jobs that all involve food in one way or another—and who doesn't love to eat? Opportunities ranging from food preparation to the scientific study of food are available to those interested in pursuing one of these incredible dietary careers. Restaurant sales are growing...

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By |September 13th, 2017|Featured, How can I do what I love?, Real World|0 Comments

The Budding Relationship Between Girl Scouts and STEM

Adding STEM programs to the outdoor activities scouts are known for create a "fun with purpose" curriculum for Girl Scouts and STEM that results in so much more than badges. The announcement from the Girl Scouts organization released in July states that there are 23 new STEM and outdoor badges which the organization hopes will...

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5 Skills You Need to Be a Successful Freelancer

Working 9 to 5 in an office may not be your dream life. If you have a skill that you think you can sell, working as a successful freelancer may be another option. Just imagine setting your own schedule and working the hours you want to, having control over what you do and how you...

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By |August 29th, 2017|Featured, How can I do what I love?, Real World|0 Comments

Take Part in STEM History During the Solar Eclipse

One of the biggest space events in recent history will take place on August 21. Prepare for the 2017 solar eclipse to see celestial STEM in action! The last time a total solar eclipse was visible to the continental United States was way back in 1979 – long before you (and some of your teachers) were...

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By |August 17th, 2017|Featured, Real World, STEM - Science|0 Comments

Is a Bachelor’s Degree Right for You?

There are lots of options after high school, and choosing one can feel overwhelming. Find out whether a bachelor's degree might be right for you. Is a bachelor's degree the only "good" option after high school? If you know exactly what you want to do after high school and that career requires a four-year degree,...

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By |August 16th, 2017|Featured, How do I get there?, Real World|0 Comments

5 STEM Careers that Let You Work from Home

More and more companies are realizing the benefits of letting their employees work remotely, and there are even STEM careers that let you work from home. Believe it or not, following your dreams to find a job in STEM the field doesn't necessarily mean you'll be heading to the lab, hospital, or office every day....

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By |August 15th, 2017|Featured, How can I do what I love?, Real World|0 Comments

5 Student Goals to Make This School Year the Best Ever

You rocked back-to-school shopping, but that won't help you have a successful school year. Set a list of student goals so you get the most out of your time spent at school. The purpose should be like resolutions you make for New Year - to make this new chapter as great as possible by cutting your...

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By |August 10th, 2017|Featured, How do I get there?, Real World|0 Comments

Is an Associate Degree Right for You?

Not knowing what to do after high school graduation keeping you up at night? Think about taking the first step into higher education by earning an associate degree. An associate degree can accomplish two goals: If you know what kind of job you want to do, an associate degree could be the right training for...

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By |August 9th, 2017|Featured, How do I get there?, Real World|0 Comments

5 Top Music Science and Technology Careers

Think STEM and music don't overlap? Think again. Check out some of the top music science and technology careers to see if this exciting field is for you! In every issue of our print magazine, we feature the hottest jobs in different STEM fields. There's a STEM job for everyone, including musicians. If you love...

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Is an Apprenticeship Right for You?

There are different kinds of apprenticeships, but any apprenticeship is a good way to learn how to do a job and get paid while you are learning! Committing to an apprenticeship means that you are willing to work a full-time job and learn while you are working. Classroom instruction is often a part of an...

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