Numbers, stats and creativity are all integral parts of choreography — but they’re vital for coding, too. That’s the idea behind danceLogic, a program in Philadelphia that integrates dance and computer programming for 13 to 17-year-old girls. Continue reading Tech with a twist: Innovative youth program combines coding and dance
By Peter Placey
When you’re watching a Formula 1 (F1) race, you don’t see the driver, the medical delegates, stewards, safety car driver or the race director—you see the cars. But who builds these high-speed machines? One word: engineers. What does it take to be a F1 engineer? Continue reading The Engineers of Formula 1
By Nick Kolakowski
It’s a good time to work in a STEM field—many companies are hungry for engineers, developers, and mathematicians. Continue reading 15 Best Cities for STEM Careers (and Quality of Life)
As one of the most accomplished CEO’s and leaders in the worlds, he does not need any introduction, as simply saying his name would open most of the doors in the world.
Continue reading The One-page Resume of Elon Musk
By Samixchha Raut
Eight years ago, I lived in Goldhap, a refugee camp in Nepal, where more than 7,000 people reside in just over 1200 households, without running water or electricity. Continue reading From Refugee Camp to Medical School
You’re at a Lakers game, sipping on your soda and watching LeBron James run back and forth with Lonzo Ball and Alex Caruso. A player lines up for the free throw—he shoots, he scores! But why? Continue reading Calculating the Perfect Free Throw
Problem solver. Creative. Works well under pressure.
These are key personality traits employers will be seeking no matter what position they’re hiring for—and chances are, your resume probably already showcases them in some way. But these days, hiring managers from some firms aren’t content to take job seekers at their word—they want to see it to believe it.
Continue reading 4 Insanely Tough Interview Questions (and How to Nail Them)
Milken Institute’s 2018 State Technology and Science Index, a biennial assessment of states’ capabilities and competitiveness in a tech-focused economy, ranked the top ten states to pursue a STEM career. Continue reading Looking for a STEM Job? Head to These States
As a child growing up on Hawaiʻi Island, Narrissa Spies thought the classroom and beach were two separate and distinct places. Today, this 36-year-old fish and wildlife biologist—working at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service—knows that protecting coral reefs is both her job and life’s passion.
Continue reading This scientist serves as a role model for native Hawaiian professionals
Here’s advice on overcoming the mental roadblocks employment gaps create before they sabotage your job search, from those who’ve been there.