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So you’re good at science and math, ‘eh?

STEM - ScienceIf a career attached to science, technology, engineering or math is on your radar, we can help you focus — and do something about it.

You could Google STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) all day or just note it as a college track that prepares students for technical careers in engineering, biology, computers — even astrophysics.

If you own your gift of a highly developed left brain, the category some describe as “smart kids, geeks and nerds” won’t offend you. Your skills are very much in demand — and we’re ready for you.

We have a diverse cluster of classes that fall within the definition of STEM. You can complete your prerequisites for a variety of career fields — and save up to $20,000 per year — if you’re planning to transfer in order to complete your bachelor’s degree.

You can choose to start working on your degree here, save a bunch of money, transfer to a four-year university, and start a career that matches your knowledge, interests and unique STEM skills.

Jobs available in the wide world of STEM are everywhere. Let’s face it, there aren’t a lot of really smart people who naturally are bent toward science, technology, engineering and math. We’ll let somebody else launch into the dissertation about America’s schools and the need for more people like you.

STEM - TechnologyThe US Department of Labor has identified 14 sectors that are “projected to add substantial numbers of new jobs to the economy or affect the growth of other industries or are being transformed by technology and innovation requiring new sets of skills for workers.”  Their list includes advanced manufacturing, automotive, construction, financial services, geospatial technology, information technology, transportation, aerospace, biotechnology, energy, healthcare, hospitality and retail.

The US Department of Commerce notes STEM field careers are some of the best-paying and have the greatest potential for job growth in the early 21st century. The report also notes that STEM workers play a key role in the sustained growth and stability of our economy. Training in STEM fields generally results in higher wages, whether or not they work in a STEM field.

Bottom line: If you’d like to take advantage of who you are and what you know, we can help you be smart about your money and put you on a straight path that leads directly to personal and financial success.

If you excel in any of these areas, you have a world filled with opportunity waiting for you.
The possibilities available in STEM careers are far beyond those within reach for the Average Joe.

We’re armed with expert staff members ready to support you through the process. Click, click, go.


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