There are a variety of careers to choose from in the STEM-H disciplines. Read and view some personal stories at Energy.gov about WomenInSTEM: Stepping Stones From One Career to Another. Below are several websites that can help you learn more about careers in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and health sciences.
This website is devoted to articles and resources, "for those seeking and promoting STEM careers." Students, educators, parents, and counselors each have their own section of appropriate resources pertaining to STEM careers. The site also contains Degree, Major, and Career Profiles for specific STEM fields, videos, and other resources.
This non-profit center is focused on providing career-oriented information specifically within the STEM-H fields. The website contains educational requirements, employment information, career planning, and "Professional Profiles," of people working currently in STEM fields.
This website provides information about high-demand STEM careers, as well as careers in energy and health care.
This website provides an introduction to STEM careers through interviews, vodcasts, forums, blogs, resources, and descriptions to some popular careers.
Designed by the National Institutes of Health and Office of Science Education this site provides an overview for over 100 careers in the STEM-H disciplines.
There are many resources specifically available for women in STEM-H disciplines! Below are some resources:
This site is provided by the National Center for Women & Information Technology, whose goal is "to [increase] the participation of girls and women in computing and IT."
Contains biographies and stories from women in various STEM careers, and has career FAQs and links.