MATHEMATICS RELATED LINKS
Association for Women in Mathematics
This site allows a women seeking advancement in the field of mathematics some general information and support regarding the different career fields in mathematics.
Mathematical Association of America-Students
This organization is the largest mathematical society in the world that provides students (both undergraduate and graduate) with academics, career opportunities, research/summer opportunities, meetings for students, and more. It seems to be very useful, and one might consider joining the MAA.
U of A: What Can I do With a Degree In...?
University of Arizona offers an extensive guide to careers in the Mathematics degree, including possible career options, strategies for success, and helpful information concerning the majo
Kansas State University-What Can I Do With my Major in Mathematics?
This site provides many specific career-occupation links within the Mathematics field that details the skills, occupational statistics, salary statistics, and the expected change and/or growth of the field.
This site provides information regarding the average entrance exam scores into graduate school, a comparison of salaries, and finally, the different job opportunities and satisfaction statistics for mathematics majors.
When Will I Use Math
BYU's new site that lists many careers, what sort of math is used and what education is needed.
Math For America
A nonprofit organization with a mission to improve math education in secondary public schools in the US by recruiting, training, and retaining outstanding mathematics teachers.
This search engine allows a Mathematics major to find a graduate school on this basis of location (state or country).
EMPLOYMENT/ INTERNSHIP RESOURCES
Oak Ridge Associated Universities
ORAU administers a number of fellowships, internships, and research programs that are open to students (click above) from all institutions, as well as to recent graduates (click here). Science, technology, and math students might also want to check out the programs administered by the American Society for Engineering Education.
REU: NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates
REU provides the opportunity for undergraduate students to participate in active research in the sciences and social sciences. The REU website allows students to search for individual sites by area and location.
The chosen Summer fellows will have a paid research assistantships in a Federal statistical agency in the Washington, DC area. Fellows are provided with housing and participate in weekly seminars in which they learn about surveys, statistics, graduate studies, and how government agencies work.
United States' National Security Agency-Career Paths in Mathematics
This site offers information regarding job opportunities for Mathematics majors, and also allows you to apply online.
American Statistical Association Job Web
This site allows the statistic-savvy searcher a search engine with 400 plus employers. It allows you to find specific jobs, view all jobs, and post your resume.
St. Mary's Tech Directory
This searchable directory includes profiles and contacts for all the technology-related defense contractors in St. Mary's County. A great resource for those looking for STEM-related jobs/internships in the area. Also available in hard copy in the CDC.
This search engine allows mathematicians yet another job search resource with many job listings.
This site provides a job search engine directed towards mathematicians and math-related fields.
Be An Actuary
Provides good information and links to both actuarial societies.
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