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STEM Career

STEM Career

 

Curiosity and asking “why” drives success in STEM careers. Science, Technology, Engineering and Math propel space exploration, biotechnology and nanotechnology. Inspiring students to invent energy technologies, solve environmental problems and master math and science are key to sustainability and economic growth.


This site provides STEM career information, video, research and learner resources updated weekly.

   
I-STEM:
            Indiana Science Technology Engineering Mathematics
ISTEM: Indiana
            Science Technology Engineering Mathematics

I-STEM: Indiana Science Technology Engineering Mathematics

 

The I-STEM Resource Network is an unprecedented partnership of public and private higher education institutions, K-12 schools, business, and government. Started as collaboration among 18 institutions of higher education in 10 regions throughout Indiana, I-STEM includes committees comprised of educational content experts and practitioners who come together to design and employ programs to address STEM issues. I-STEM works to support K–12 teachers and leaders working to implement high academic standards towards STEM literacy for all students. It also provides Indiana education leaders with new knowledge about teaching and learning. The I-STEM vision is for Indiana to be a national leader in student academic achievement in STEM disciplines and improve the quality of the workforce.

   
 Youinnovate.net

Youinnovate.net

 

This website features standards-based content to help young people understand the relevance of STEM in their lives now and encourages them to plan for their future. It provides a career pathway guide for students, helping them understand what they’ll need to know and where in their state they can learn it.

   
 Drive of Your Life

Drive of Your Life

 

Drive of Your Life is a free, fun, video game-style Web site that helps middle-school and high school students learn more about themselves, higher education and careers. On the site, students answer a series of questions about themselves to learn what careers could interest them and then go on a virtual drive to learn more about each of those careers all in their own customized car. If students learn now what it will take to achieve their desired career, they can plan high school courses accordingly and put themselves on the road to success. A printable “license” summarizes their trip through the Web site.

   
Rose-Hulman Homework Hotline

Rose-Hulman Homework Hotline

 

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology’s Homework Hotline provides FREE math and science homework help to Indiana students in grades 6-12. Students may call the Homework Hotline from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time) toll free at 1-877-ASK-ROSE or ask questions online at www.AskRose.org. It’s a free service and a free call! The program is funded by Lilly Endowment, Inc.

   
Trip
            to College

Trip to College

 

Many Hoosier parents feel overwhelmed by the college planning process. To help parents along the path to college planning, the Indiana Youth Institute developed a Web site for parents of students in grades K-12, called Trip To College. This Web-based program is an Indiana-specific, step-by-step resource to assist with the college planning and funding process. On the Trip To College Web site, parents can find a college planning timeline; facts, figures and information about preparing and paying for their child’s college education; a customized search engine for Indiana colleges; and more. Trip to College can be your family’s roadmap to planning for college at every age.

 Key websites for STEM scholars

 



  

 


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