Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
Are you considering a job or internship in the STEM fields? Explore these online resources to get started. Feel free to drop by our office to meet with an advisor to help plan.
Explore careers in the arts by exploring the links below. This is not an all inclusive list of careers but will help you begin exploring. Found a career you're interested in? Talk to faculty, stop by our office and begin networking to learn more.
- Aerospace Engineers
- Architectural and Engineering Managers
- Atmospheric and Space Scientists
- Biochemical Engineers
- Biochemists and Biophysicists
- Biomedical Engineers
- Chemical Engineers
- Civil Engineers
- Climate Change Analysts
- Computer and Information Systems Managers
- Computer Network Architects
- Computer Programmers
- Computer Systems Analysts
- Database Administrators
- Electrical Engineers
- Environmental Engineers
- Food Scientists and Technologists
- Industrial Engineers
- Information Security Analysts
- Marine Engineers
- Mechanical Engineers
- Mechatronics Engineers
- Microsystems Engineers
- Mining and Geological Engineers, Including Mining Safety Engineers
- Molecular and Cellular Biologists
- Natural Sciences Managers
- Nuclear Engineers
- Nuclear Medicine Technologists
- Petroleum Engineers
- Product Safety Engineers
- Security Management Specialists
- Software Developers
- Transportation Engineers
- Video Game Designers
- Water/Wastewater Engineers
- Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists
- Association of American Medical Colleges - Clinical and Research Opportunities
CareerShift's set of tools and applications provide a very unique opportunity to job hunters. While other web services provides bits and pieces of the job hunt process, only CareerShift provides an easy-to-use approach for bringing all these parts together to manage the job hunt all in one place. Students may sign up for an account with their wlu.edu email address.
- Commonwealth STEM Industry Internship Program
- Pathways to Science
- Research Experiences for Undergraduates - Math
The official job and internship site of the United States Federal Government. Consider searching by series number for opportunities organized by college major, including Chemistry, Engineering, Computer Science, Math, Information Systems Management, Information Science, Physical Sciences, and Physics. For a list of series numbers, click here.
One of the best ways to explore careers and find job opportunities is to network with professionals. Below are alumni who have experience in the field and have volunteered to be a resource to you. Not sure how to begin networking? Stop by our office to get started.
Research Scientist, Georgia Tech Research Institute
Edward graduated from Washington and Lee in 2000 after majoring in Computer Science and Math. He worked for IBM for 3 years as a Software Engineer before leaving to complete a Ph.D. in Computer Science at Georgia Tech. Since finishing, Edward has worked as a Research Scientist for the Georgia Tech Research Institute, one of the largest university-affiliated applied research centers in the country, where he gets to help solve problems from all sorts of different scientific and engineering fields.
Geologist and Project Manager, Chevron
Bryant is currently a Geologist and Project Manager at Chevron in the Delaware Basin (Texas/New Mexico). At the end of April Bryan will begin as Vice President- Geology Wells Fargo Oil and Gas A&D advising group. Previously he was a Geologist at Chesapeake where he was an Area Geologist and Geologist in the Eagle Ford. Bryant graduated from San Diego State University with a Master of Science in Geology in 2010 and from W&L with a Bachelor of Arts in Geology (Environmental Studies concentration) in 2008. Bryant is currently an MBA candidate at Jones School Rice University, class of 2015 and also serves as global Chair of Student Chapters for the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG).
Environmental Health Research, Silent Spring Institute
Jessica graduated from Washington and Lee in 2000 with a degree in Biology. Jessica has worked as a lab technician then graduate student in neuroscience before joining the Silent Spring Institute doing environmental health research. In her volunteer life, Jessica served at multiple leadership levels in the Sierra Club including the Board of Directors doing conservation and committee leadership work. Talk to Jessica about academic, research, graduate, environmental, and non-profit work and experiences!