5 of the Weirdest Buildings in the U.S.

Discover some of the weirdest buildings hiding in plain sight in our country's cities, remote wilderness, and surprising places in between. Wherever they're located, a lot of careful planning and engineering goes into making these structures so special. Read on about some the weirdest buildings throughout the U.S. below. 1. The Longaberger Basket Building ...

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By |April 28th, 2017|Featured, Real World, STEM - Engineering|0 Comments

Job Profile: Interview with a Lead System Engineer

A lead system engineer might not be as well known as an electrical engineer or chemical engineer, but this career is essential to keep the energy industry running. STEM Jobs had the opportunity to ask Stephanie Reeves, a lead system engineer at Chevron, about what she does, the path she took to her current career,...

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By |February 13th, 2017|Featured, Real World, STEM - Engineering|0 Comments

Job Profile: Interview with a Production Engineer

STEM Jobs had the opportunity to interview Josmar Celauro, a production engineer at Chevron, to find out what she does and how she uses STEM to be successful. There are lots of types of engineers out there, and "production engineer" might be one you've never heard of before. Basically, a production engineer uses engineering skills...

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By |February 13th, 2017|Featured, Real World, STEM - Engineering|0 Comments

Job Spotlight: Environmental Engineer

If you're passionate about caring for the Earth, becoming an environmental engineer could be the perfect career to ensure STEM efforts have a positive impact on our world. Environmental engineers develop transportation and systems that are environmentally conscious. If you have a mind for numbers, excel in chemistry and biology, and enjoy problem-solving, engineering could...

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So You Want to Be an Engineer – Now What?

Congratulations! You decided you want to be an engineer. But what exactly does that mean? "Engineer" is a title that refers to more than just a single job. Ask some high school students what they want to do after graduation, and chances are good that at least one will say "become an engineer!" But saying...

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5 Top STEM Sea Careers

Do you love the ocean? One of these STEM sea careers might be exactly the job you're looking for. They all combine your love for the sea with your STEM skills! Sea careers offer an opportunity for water-lovers to spend their time either in the ocean or contributing to a better understanding of it. There's...

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By |November 2nd, 2016|Featured, Real World, STEM - Engineering, STEM - Science|0 Comments

Scientist versus Engineer: What’s the difference?

Do you know the difference of a scientist vs. engineer? Find out!

By |October 24th, 2016|Featured, Real World, STEM - Engineering, STEM - Science|2 Comments

Job Spotlight: Launch Engineer, Fluid Systems

If you love making things go fast or just go boom, listen up: Launch engineer, fluid systems could be the job in the space industry for you. The launch engineer is the architect behind how space shuttles, satellites, and other objects being launched into outer space get into the great beyond. It's an intellectually stimulating...

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5 Famous Women in Engineering

Learn about some famous women in engineering who reached new heights for female professionals in STEM. As women in engineering are encouraged to follow their career dreams, it is important to remember the female engineers who broke through barriers, ignored critics, made some of the most innovative advancements of their time, and continue opening doors...

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By |September 20th, 2016|Is there a place for me?, STEM - Engineering|0 Comments

Rethinking Sustainable Building

Discover opportunities to create eco-friendly change with a career in sustainable construction. The future of construction lies in sustainable building as the need to take care of the Earth becomes more pressing. Though this industry requires STEM professionals such as architects and urban planners, developing sustainable materials from renewable resources is integral to properly protecting the planet. Not...

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By |August 23rd, 2016|Featured, Real World, STEM - Engineering|0 Comments