STEMM Careers

Chemistry
  • Chemist
  • Chemical Engineer
  • Food Chemist or
    scientist
  • Forensic Chemist
  • Biochemist

Biology
  • Biologist
  • Zoologist/Wildlife
    Scientist
  • Microbiologist
  • Botanist (Plants
    and Soil)
  • Paleontologist
  • Anthropologist
  • Ecologist
  • Biochemist

Physics
  • Astronomer
  • Atmospheric and
    Space Scientist
  • Physicist

Engineering
  • Aeronautical
  • Agricultural
  • Architectural and
    Civil Drafter
  • Civil
  • Chemical
  • Computer hardware
  • Electrical
  • Electrical Drafter
  • Electronic (not
    computers)
  • Fire prevention
  • Fuel
    Cells/Alternative
    Energy
  • Health & Safety
  • Information
    Technology (IT)
  • Marine/Naval
    Architect
  • Materials
  • Mining/Geological
  • Petroleum (incl.
    fracking)
  • Mechanical
  • Product Safety

Earth Science
  • Geologist
  • Meteorologist
  • Environmental
    Scientist
  • Conservation
    Scientist
  • Park Naturalist
  • Geoscientist
  • Hydrologist

Medical
  • Biomedical
    Researcher
  • Registered Nurse
  • Audiologist
  • Medical lab tech
  • radiological
    tech/nuclear
    medicine tech/
    diagnostic medical
    sonographer
  • dental hygientist
  • orthotist/prosthetist
  • athletic trainer
  • dietician/nutritionist
  • funeral
    director/embalmer
For all programs below
include biology or
chemistry as first 4-year
(bachelor's) degree then
list professional schools
that have specific training
in these fields
  • Chiropractor
  • Doctor or Surgeon
  • Dentist
  • Epidemiologist
  • Physical Therapist
  • Pharmacist
  • Veterinarian
  • Psychiatrist
  • Podiatrist
  • Occupational
    therapist
  • Optomitrist
Blended Scientific
Careers
Technical Writer
Patent Attorney
Science Librarian
Biochemist
Biophysicist
Anthropologist
Archeologist
Geographer

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Slide 1: Title and Author

Slide 2: Job Title, Job Description, and Related Careers (list possible job titles)  
(Job and Career
Accelerator through InfOhio)

Slide 3: Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (
Job and Career Accelerator through InfOhio)

Slide 4: Tools and Technology used in the career
(Job and Career Accelerator through InfOhio)

Slide 5: Subtitle Slide which states "Training and Education for (career name)"

Slide 6: List of degrees at different levels that relate to this career

Slide 7: List of universities in Ohio and/or the Midwest area that offers majors in this career field  
(minimum of 10--include surrounding states to obtain a sufficient list)
(If you did NOT take the PSAT, click here for information on
college majors.)
(PSAT Test Takers Click Here:
Researching Careers and Majors)

Slide 8: List the top 10 American universities in this career field (
rankings)

Slide 9-10: Pick 1 of the universities that you are interested in going to and list the courses you would
have to take in order to earn this degree. (
Be sure to cite the college's website where you found this
information
.)

Slide 11-12: Repeat Slide 7 with a second university that was ranked in the top 10 in this career field.
(
Be sure to cite the college's website where you found this information.)

Slide 13: Comparison of two schools on basis of the following:  
  • Distance to the university,
  • Overall University’s rank
  • Enrollment (# of students)
  • Yearly tuition
  • Retention Rate
  • Graduation Rate, and
  • Faculty:Student  ratio.


Slide 14: Subtitle Slide which states "The Profession"

Slide 15-16: What are typical working conditions and hours in this career (indoors, outdoors, lifting
heavy objects, length of work day, requirements for additional training, are you likely to be a
supervisor of other workers or supervised, how likely are you to get promoted, and what can you do to
encourage your promotion) (
Career Guide to Industries)

Slide 17-19: List at least 5 professional associations which relate to the career field include the name
of the association, contact information (i.e. website), and admittance policy (
engineering
associations, scientists)

Slide 20-21: List at least 5 professional journals that publish information concerning research and
news in the career field (
InfOhio)

Slide 22-23: Show the starting (after college graduation) wage, median wage, and top wage for your
career field (include an EXCEL graph showing a comparison of the three comparisons)  
(Job and
Career Accelerator through InfOhio)

Slide 24-25: Show (using EXCEL) the job outlook or trend for employment growth in your career field
(Job and Career Accelerator through InfOhio)

Slide 26: Pros/Cons state at least 3 positive characteristics about your career field and 3 negative
aspects of your career field

Slide 27: Works Cited listing of all your sources in MLA format (use
NoodleTools)    

Link to graphics/pictures from Microsoft Office which can be used in PowerPoint without having to cite them.  
Click
here

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Choices
Information
Technology
  • Computer and
    information
    scientist
  • software engineer
  • network and
    computer system
    designer
  • computer systems
    engineer/architect
  • network designer
  • web
    developer/administr
    ator
  • computer
    security/forensics
Math
  • Math teacher
  • Actutary/risk
    assessment
  • Statistician
Science
Technology
Engineering
Math and
Medicine