Get to know STEM—a path to exciting, rewarding and well-paying careers.
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You may know what STEM stands for, but do you know where it can take you? A STEM education can lead to an exciting, well-paying STEM career. What kind of career? Just explore the possibilities with our:
Latinos in STEM
Latinos across the country are using their STEM skills to create lifesaving inventions, fight for diversity and fly in outer space. Discover some inspirational STEM professionals and exciting career options.
Engineer, inventor, business owner
Teenage inventor of Hot Seat: a device that prevents children from accidentally being left in a hot car
Vice President of STEM Learning in Communities at the New York Hall of Science, working to engage the Latino community with STEM
Engineer, physics and space exploration
First female Hispanic astronaut and Director of the Johnson Space Center
Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski
Physicist, Graduate Student at Harvard University
Graduated top of her class at MIT, written and presented her physics research numerous times, job offers from NASA and Blue Origin, built and flew her own airplane
Gabriel A. Montaño
Researcher at Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies at Los Alamos National Laboratory; President of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), published numerous papers on Soft, Biological & Composite Nanomaterials
STEM Careers Add Up
Nevada Average Wage Comparison
Many STEM Jobs Don't Require Advanced Degrees
Nevada STEM Jobs Are Growing Faster Than Other Jobs
Computer Science Careers in Nevada
Every year, more Latinos are attending college and achieving their educational and career dreams. Are you ready to join them?
Percentage of Latino college freshman compared to all freshman-aged Latinos.
- Four-year colleges
- Two-year colleges
- College-age population