Related Careers

Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Planning, managing, and providing scientific research and professional and technical services (e.g., physical science, social science, engineering) including laboratory and testing services, and research and development services.
If you choose to work in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics cluster, you have several avenues. One avenue is to do scientific research in laboratories or the field. Another option is to be involved in the planning and design of products and systems. The last avenue is to provide support to the scientists, mathematicians, and engineers so they can do their work.


Occupations in this path are related to technologies necessary to design, develop, install, and maintain technology systems. These include engineering, manufacturing, construction, service, and related technologies.
Do you enjoy:
-performing activities of a technical nature?
-using machines and technical processes?
-thinking creatively and solving problems?
-writing and communicating ideas & information?
-working with things and objects?
-performing work within precise standards of accuracy?
RELATED CAREERS in this path of study:
High School Graduates- may require postsecondary training or certification

Appliance Repair
Computer Equipment Repair
Machine Tool Operator
Machinist
Telecommunications Equipment
Installation and Repair
Postsecondary Two Year College or Technical College Program

Aerospace Assemblers
Aircraft Mechanics
CAD Operator
Civil Engineering Technician
Computer Aided Drafters
Computer Operators
Computer Support Specialist
Construction Management
Engineering Technician
Quality Control
Robotics Technician
Tool & Die Maker
Graphic Designer
Four Year College or University or Post Graduate Degree

Aerospace Engineer
Architect
Civil Engineer
Computer Engineering Manager
Drafter
Electrical Engineer
Mechanical Engineer
Pilot