EXPLORE STEM RESOURCES
STEM Opportunities for Women & Minorities
Take an in-depth look at the opportunities for women and minority students in STEM careers and ways to get involved, including:
- STEM engagement opportunities for college students
- Scholarships available exclusively to women and minority students studying STEM subjects
- An interview with a female tech entrepreneur about her journey
Viist http://www.onlinecolleges.net/for-students/women-and-minorities-stem/ for more detailed information.
The STEM Inventory is an on-line, user-friendly, searchable database of many California and national STEM programs organized by grade level, geography and topic and targeted to students, STEM practitioners, teachers and parents. It is envisioned as “the place” to go to research and find existing STEM programs.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1950 "to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense." This site offers basic statistics related to NSF's initiatives.
Offers lists of scholarships for engineering schools. This page will always be under construction as new scholarships become available and current scholarships are awarded.
Directory of engineering schools in the U.S. arranged by state.
Career Planning Resources in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Computing and Healthcare. Explore degree fields, industry options, academic degrees, career planning, university choices, and view professional profiles.
Bio-Link enhances and expands biotechnology education programs by providing cutting edge professional development for instructors, by improving curriculum, by making use of technologies and by creating a system that promotes the sharing of information.
Employment and resume building website.
Nature jobs is a career resource center for scientists, providing a wide range of career advice and information across Nature Publishing Group journals.
Offers many resources for students, parents, teachers and school counselors to understand better what engineering means and how an engineering career can be made part of your future.
For those seeking and promoting STEM Careers.
Comprehensive career center for all science related fields.
If you are a bilingual Latino college graduate looking for a job, this Career Center puts the information you need at your fingertips with helpful interview and resume tips as well.
This Web site focuses on conveying information about, and resources available for, biotechnology education and training in the California Community Colleges. Provides a broad list of job descriptions in related fields.
Lists salary information according to various careers and educational levels.
The Journal of STEM Education: Innovations and Research is a half yearly, peer-reviewed publication for educators in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education.
PUMAS is a collection of brief examples showing how math and science topics taught in K-12 classes can be used in interesting settings, including every day life.
Provides information to students, parents and teachers on responsible biomedical research, testing and education.
Provides information to parents and educators on how to expose young girls to STEM and encourage them to explore their interests in the fields.
Created and sponsored by Walt Disney Imagineering, the ImagiNations Design Competition offers opportunities for diverse students to showcase their talents.
Student and Professional Organizations:
Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement Program (MESA) Student and Professional resources.
Learn the basics of biotechnology, from agricultural biotechnology, to molecular biotechnology and everything in-between.
Information on scholarships, biotechnology courses, careers, and more.
The Alliance for Better foods “supports biotechnology as a safe way to provide for a more abundant, nutritious and higher quality food supply.” Get the facts by visiting their website.
Website for the world's largest biotechnology organization which provides advocacy, business development, and communications services.
APHIS uses biotechnology, including recombinant DNA technology, and genetic engineering, and participates in programs that use biotechnology to identify and control plant and animal pests.
Biotechnology information, resources and news from the U.S. FDA.
The Student Biotechnology Network (SBN) brings together students from a diverse range of departments and professional schools relating to biotechnology, including the life sciences, engineering, commerce and law. It provides an autonomous forum for students to discuss and explore interests and research opportunities in academia and in the corporate world of biotechnology and pharmaceuticals.
The Biotechnology Institute is dedicated to educating teachers, students and the public about the promise and challenges of biotechnology.
Alphabetical Index of Engineering Technology Degree Programs.