Thinking about starting a tech company.
I'm interested in getting an IS major and I've already read what types of jobs you can get with it, but I don't know what these jobs are actually like.
I'm interested in getting an IS major but I'm not sure about the jobs you can get out of it (most searches end up as Information Technology or Information Systems).
I am turning 30 this year and life has not been exactly how I want it to be. I have a bachelors degree of applied science in Electronics Engineering from DeVry University but I graduated in 2009 I haven't had any type of tech Jobs. except one. and i feel that that job wasn't very technical sense qua
It is for a class project my teacher also made me do college classes and high school classes.
I'm interested in pursuing a career in biotechnology, but I'm not sure what their day-to-day tasks look like.
I'm making it a personal goal to read for 30 minutes daily again, and am looking for some quality material. Anything related to science, technology, or woman's history are very interesting to me.
What made you decide that a career in STEM was a good fit for you? What (or who) in particular influenced this?
I am asking this due to my curiosity about what causes individuals to pick their career paths.
As a woman in a STEM field or a woman going into a STEM field, have you ever felt that you were in any discriminated against due to your gender?
As an 18 year old female chem major (soon to be chemical engineering), I'm curious about others experiences in typically male dominated classes/majors/jobs.
I've always wanted to design video games and I want a college that supports me and lets me have fun. We all need a college like that. I get bored in school easily. I need a college that gets me energetic.
I'd like to make movies, the tech part though. Not acting, I would like to edit the film or possibly even record it
I am a college student, declared in the electrical engineering major. I don't have a 3.0 at the moment but I would like to work in a field specific to my major and skills that I have acquired. Do you have any suggestions what kind of companies or places hire students with a GPA around 2.5? Thank you
I ask this because I am a electrical engineering major and I don't have a 3.0 GPA, which seems to be the threshold for most companies looking to hire college students. I would like to apply for most companies but I do not meet this requirement. I want to note that I usually don't meet this requireme
I have about 30 credits from a community college in Arizona Im wondering whether or not it's ok to start asking around for basic tech support internships at tech companies in AZ. I haven't even taken any tech classes yet but that's my major.
I am wondering about the quantity of work required to be a help-desk or IT manager at a university.
i have always loved the idea of being a hacker but did not want to be on the wrong side of the law. know that i have just recently found out that their is a job like this i would like to know
I am into the computer tech. Classes but I for one of my questions is what college do you need to take and all the other websites are useless? I NEED HELPPPPP!!!!!😫😫😫😫
I want to take a class for computer technology and I don't know what to do I am taking a class called Microsoft is this the choice for me if I want to be a computer technician get back to me soon thx 😜
i have background and fields for my capstone. this is for my in tech school
As a woman hoping to get a STEM-related career after college, I recognize the fact that there are few of us. Are there any organizations or places where I may be able to find like-minded women?I believe it is important for women to support one another, especially in a male-dominated field of special
I am really interested in entering the engineering field and have been for awhile and I just wanted a little insight on the day in the life of a women in these types of fields.
I was looking at a few statistics online, and came across a few websites that listed stem careers in demand. Most of the are software developers , computer programmers and mechanical engineers. I'm a woman going into the biomedical engineering field and was concerned about all the hard work and I've
I recently spoke to a friend that is in the program. She told me she can't find a lot of jobs with this degree since it covers a broad range of topics and not just a certain one like mechanical, civil engineering does. I've been doing research for osseointegrated prosthetic limbs, and wanted to know
Is it common for a radiology tech to be certified in multiple fields such as x ray, ultrasound, and CT?
I am going to be a majoring in radiology technology in the fall and I am interesting in becoming certified in all of these areas.
I am going to be going to college in the fall of 2017 to become a radiology technician.
Is STEM field targeting, video game students, smart students, hand on students, technical students? etc.
Can I go to a two year tech school and start my athletic training major then go to a four year college will my clinical's transfer?
My name is Nicole, and I'm wondering if i start my athletic training major at a two year college then transfer to a four year college will my clinical's transfer or will they not?
There are many aspects of being a forensic tech, such as blood spatter, DNA, fingerprinting, etc. Is there one that should be focused on most?