Science, Technology, Environment, Engineering, and Math

What is Science, Technology, Environment, Engineering, and Math?

The world moves on with the latest technology and scientific discoveries. If you want to partake in forging the next breakthrough, consider science and tech as your go-to career choice. Explore below to learn more about the duties and how you might express those to an employer, who might hire you, and all kinds of related resources!

Key Duties

Sample Résumé Language

Research Subject Area Develop an area of expertise by researching _____ leading to advanced discoveries in the field
Secure Grants Applied for competitive national grants, securing successful funding for the department for X amount of years
Apply Concepts Apply math and physics concepts to create innovative new design principles and advance theories

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