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Careers in Aviation

General Career Exploration Tools | Added on April 16, 2013

Visit this website to learn more about your career options in Canada's aviation and aerospace industries! 

CareerOneStop

General Career Exploration Tools | Added on March 8, 2013

Browse this extensive library of videos sorted by career cluster or by industry.  

Aviation

Experiential Tools | Added on June 5, 2012

This is a POP activity guide available on the POP Links website.  

Mathematical Association of America

Virtual Visits and Key People | Added on May 17, 2012

Why study math? Visit this website to read career profiles of people who use math daily or rely on general problem-solving skills they acquired from studying math.  

Physics.org: Careers from Physics

Virtual Visits and Key People | Added on May 1, 2012

A degree in physics can lead to all sorts of careers, from architect to computer game designer to restaurant owner to weather forecaster!  

Math Career Profiles (UK)

Virtual Visits and Key People | Added on April 23, 2012

Read these career profiles of STEM graduates to get a better idea of where math can take you! 

Job Shadow

General Career Exploration Tools | Added on April 12, 2012

Read interviews with hundreds of people who talk about their work experiences: what they do, how they got started, what they like and dislike about their jobs,  

Science Happens Here YouTube Channel

Virtual Visits and Key People | Added on January 30, 2012

Watch this series of videos focusing on science and technology careers as varied as ceramics technician, music conductor, nanotechnologist and network designer.  

ASCEville

Experiential Tools | Added on December 6, 2011

Civil what, you say? Why, civil engineering! Visit ASCEville, a website created by the American Society of Civil Engineers, to learn more about this field.  

Career Outlook: You’re a What?

General Career Exploration Tools | Added on November 28, 2011

You’re a What? is a series of profiles of people who have unusual jobs, from acupuncturist to voice actor. Read these profiles to find out what these people do,  

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