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EARLY SPRING 2018

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STEMJOBS.COM // EARLY SPRING 2018 13 WANT TO KNOW YOUR STEM TYPE? LOG ON TO STEMTYPE.STEMJOBS.COM TO FIND IT! As a person who is able to sort through large amounts of data, you put information into understandable language. You use data systems, analytic techniques, and large-scale analytics to provide decision makers with analyses that allow them to make decisions regarding critical missions that will secure the country's safety. $91,000 You know exactly when your next test will be before your teacher announces it. Associate degree in mathematics, statistics, data science, or computer science, with two years of relevant experience • Central Wyoming College • City College of San Francisco • Massachusetts Bay Community College DATA SCIENTIST Explorer • National Security Agency (NSA) • Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) $77,593 You're the brains AND the brawn. High school diploma with military or law enforcement experience • Military or law enforcement Investigator In this exciting and dangerous career, you will travel the world on long assignments to provide protection services and conflict resolution. Extensive emergency medical training is essential to effectively carry out your duties. PROTECTIVE AGENT • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) $92,498 You dream in Java. Bachelor's degree in computer science, engineering, mathematics, information technology (IT), or information systems (IS) • Indiana State University • Manhattan College • Mercer University Designer The communication, collection, processing, and analysis subsystems rely on your work to run properly without threat. You design and test the electronic hardware and software processing parts that keep these systems working. HARDWARE/ SOFTWARE DESIGN ENGINEER • National Security Agency (NSA) • Jackson State University • Lawrence Technological University • National University $84,890 You're saving up to buy a pair of Adidas Ultraboost Parleys. Bachelor's degree in environmental, civil, chemical, or general engineering Advisor • National Security Agency (NSA) To protect resources against threats, you use your knowledge of facilities and systems engineering to control pollution. You protect the quality of resources and the environment by applying your chemistry, biological sciences, and public health sciences background. ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER $85,075 Every device in your house is encrypted. Bachelor's degree in computer science, engineering, mathematics, information technology (IT), or information systems (IS) • Colorado Mesa University • Daytona State College • Eastern Kentucky University • National Security Agency (NSA) Solver This cybersecurity role allows you to help stop attacks by the country's enemies before they happen. You create cryptologic Functional Support Plans (FSPs), Cryptologic Support Plans (CSPs), and Concept of Operations (CONOPs) to provide intel to the Department of Defense (DoD). You must be good with acronyms to be successful in this position! CRYPTOLOGIC CYBER PLANNER † Companies are chosen from the STEM Jobs SM Approved list whenever possible, then from additional hiring companies when necessary.

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