Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
Are you detail-oriented? Do you want to know how things work, or enjoy solving problems?
Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics workers do scientific research in laboratories or the field. Others plan or design products and systems. Or, you might support scientists, mathematicians, or engineers as they do their work.
For example, you might oversee the construction of roads, develop systems to prevent diseases, or help engineers do research and read blueprints.
There are many hobbies and activities you could explore to learn more about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Try one or more of these activities:
- Skills USA
- Math Club
- Math Counts
- Science Club
- Prepare a project for a science fair.
- Learn computer applications or technology related to the field, like CAD.
- Job shadow an engineer or scientist.
- Teach youth at a science summer camp or after-school program.
- National FFA Organization (FFA)
- Jr. MANRRS (Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences)
- World Food Prize Global Youth Institute
Source: Minnesota Department of Education and MnCareers