Prepare for your STEM future today.

Remember, STEM skills are applied in almost every career in the new economy, including skilled trades, advanced manufacturing, medicine, and computer science.

Students, your high school guidance counselor or your college career office will also have helpful information.

 

Visit these websites to get started on your STEM career path:

https://stemjobs.com/

http://www.khake.com/page53.html

https://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/edu/oceanage/welcome.html

https://www.bls.gov/OCO/

https://www.nspe.org/resources/pe-magazine/november-2014/looking-50

https://www.bestvalueschools.com/stem-careers-for-women/

 

Professional Organizations offer guidance, too. Check these out:

https://www.nspe.org/

https://www.erieniagarape.org/

http://societyofwomenengineers.swe.org/

http://www.bapg.org/

 

Apprentice and training programs offer value experiences that place you in the job marketing quickly and well-prepared.

These occupations have apprenticeships in New York State:
These companies sponsor apprenticeship here:
There is general information about Registered Apprenticeships in New York State here:

 

Please note that apprenticeships in the construction trades are available through a union training program. Apprenticeships in manufacturing (and other sectors) is gained through employment with a company that sponsors apprenticeship (the company chooses the trainer, such as a community college).

 
Learn more here:

https://www.uwbec.org/aaiwny

http://buffalourbanleague.org/Newweb/education-and-employment/

http://northlandwtc.org/

http://www.ibewlocal41.com/?zone=/unionactive/view_page.cfm&page=Apprentice20Information