STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
Holloway Hall

Careers in STEM

Check out these links for scholarship, internship, AND career opportunities available to STEM students and Graduates.

  • STEM Careers (Site for students, educators, counselors and parents that provides up-to-date information and relevant links about STEM careers, resources, education, internship, fellowship, and scholarship opportunities)
  • Texas Instruments STEM Careers (Texas Instruments and the Sloan Career Cornerstone Center offer middle level through college students information on how to pursue a career in a STEM field, including suggested coursework, college programs, and other STEM-related opportunities.)
  • O*Net Online (Job search site providing information about available job opportunities and tools for new career exploration to all people free of charge)
  • National Math and Science Initiative (Government sponsored program to increase preparation for students in Math and Science education so as to be more adequately prepared for STEM-related careers)
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook (One-stop website that provides any and all relevant information regarding multiple types of jobs with STEM topics and elsewhere)
  • NASA Undergraduate Student Research Portal (NASA program specifically aimed at awarding Undergraduate internships to students looking for futures with the organization)
  • NASA Jobs-Student Opportunities (Official NASA site for students who are searching for jobs, internships, and opportunities by which to build their resume)
  • USAJOBS.gov (The Federal Government's official one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information)
  • ChooseMaryland.org (State website to promote business and economic endeavours as well as to provide resources, statistics, and other information about Maryland's unique position in the nation's economy)
  • University System of Maryland STEM (The general go-to site for updates and information on STEM initiatives in the state of Maryland at the University level, including information on STEM programs at each of the USM schools and subsequent career opportunities)
  • American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (For educators in all subject areas, including STEM, an organization whose goals include providing school personnel and future educators with the superior training and tools they need for successful careers)
  • National Science Foundation (Funder of Salisbury University's Bridges To Success Program and major participant in STEM initiatives across the nation, being a centralized department for all things STEM Education-related)
  • Lockheed Martin Corporation (Possibly the largest government contractor in the world, employs engineers, scientists, and other positions for contractual work they have with the Department of Defense, NASA, the Navy and other federal agencies. Noted and highly praised for its work with NASA's Orion spacecraft)
  • The Renaissance Group (For educators, a national consortium of universities, based at California State University, Fresno, commited to the preparation of educators and the promotion of exemplary practices, partnerships, and leadership to ensure quality teaching and learning for America’s schools)
  • Northrop Grumman Corporation (One of the largest government contractors in the world and the largest builder of navy vessels, a major employer of scientists, mathematicians, and engineers often called upon by NASA, the Department of Defense, NSA, and other federal organizations)
  • John Wiley & Sons, Inc (A publisher of textbooks and scholarly works across the broad spectrum of knowledge, also holds conferences regarding hot topics of current interest as well as providing career opportunities)
  • Higher Colleges of Technology (Largest higher education institution in the United Arab Emirates, aimed at providing English language courses in STEM topics for Arabic students)
  • Tech Council of Maryland (Maryland's largest technology trade association whose goals are to provide resources and career opportunies to its members via access to technology industry leaders in Maryland, DC and Virginia. Also sponsors networking events, cost saving programs, and advocacy initiatives across the Mid-Atlantic region)
  • American Council of Engineering Companies-Maryland (Nonprofit association of over 80 Maryland-based consulting engineering firms serving the public and private sectors, provides careers through liaison with govt. agencies such as the Maryland Dept. of Transportation, Maryland Dept. of the Environment, and the Army Corps of Engineers)
  • National Consortium for Specialized Secondary Schools of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (Established in 1988, includes over 100 secondary schools and various programs that prepare students for leadership in STEM initiatives as well as servicing more than 1500 professionals and 40,000 students)