Career Information for
College and High School Students
building this web site, The Scientist's
Guide to Traditional and Alternative Careers, I have received
many e-mails from high school and college students asking for
more information on science careers. Much of the information
at my site is geared toward those with graduate training, so
here, by popular demand, are a few links to get budding scientists
started on their search for more information on science careers.
If you would like to suggest a site for inclusion on this page,
please e-mail megbro@NOSPAMyahoo.com.
in Biology. (Emporia State University).
Biology Careers Page. (Furman University).
Doing Science. Profiles of people with various biomedical
careers. Entries range from neuropathologist to genetic counselor.
(NIH Office of Science Education).
Doing Science Archive. Broad range of careers represented,
including Medical Artist, Biomedical Researcher, and Journal
Editor. (NIH Office of Science Education).
Biotechnology Industry Career Guide. (Access Excellence).
and Pharmaceuticals Careers. (monster.com).
in the Genetics Field. (FASEB).
Human Genetics. (University of Kansas).
as a Career. (National Society of Genetic Counselors).
Counseling: A Career Whose Time has Come. (monster.com).
in Genetics. (PBS). Includes descriptions of career options
and interviews with people of different occupations.
Careers: Information for Students. (monster.com). Excellent
article including descriptions of many healthcare careers requiring
2, 4 year, and graduate degrees. Many interviews of people from
different healthcare professions.
Health Careers An
Internet Resource Guide for High School Students. (Medical
Center of Central Georgia).
Medical Technologists. (American
Physiology. (American Physiological Society).
last updated January 6, 2003