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|Manufacturing is Cool|
Presented by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers. Includes sections for parents, teachers, kids, and guidance counselors with competitions, curricula, special events, and summer fun.
|BLS Career Information|
The Bureau of Labor Statistics presents information about careers for kids who like music and the arts, math, science, P.E., social studies, and reading.
Nationwide program matches students with workplace mentors. Provides materials for employers, educators, and students; a newsletter and news updates; job shadowing statistics; and details of state and national Job Shadow Day activities.
|NACME Backs Me|
The National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering encourages minority youth to pursue a career as an engineer. Includes information about what professional engineers do, what happens in this field.
|Scientist in Action|
Information about a variety of careers in science, presented by the U.S. Department of the Interior.
|Be an Architect|
Teaches about site, form, function, and materials to students 6th grade and up, as they create their own floor plan and choose other properties for their house.
|Girl Power: Science and Technology|
Information about a variety of careers in science and technology. Includes related links.
|Optics for Teens|
Introduction to the field of optics and its applications in science, engineering, and medicine.
|Young Engineers: Tomorrow's Ideas Today|
Resources for prospective engineers, particularly in the UK. Notable engineers and inventions are highlighted