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Careers in Math Theme Page

Here are a number of links to Internet sites which contain information and/or other links related to the specific theme of Careers in Math. Please read our disclaimer.

American Mathematical Society: Employment and Careers

Lots of useful information. Burrow down through the menu above to get the full range of offerings or go directly to some of the more relevant resources below.

Association for Women in Mathematics Careers in Mathematics
This site provides information about some of the areas of mathmatics in which there are many opportunities.

Biographies of Women Mathematicians
This site is an on-going project by student in mathematics classes at Agnes Scott College, in Atlanta, Georgia, to show the numerous achievements of women in the field of mathematics.

Career Education Project in Mathematics
A math teacher's lesson plan which has students research 2 different careers that require a math background. The lesson plan includes a list of careers and a form letter for student use.

Careers in Math
Links to many areas in which mathematicians can find exciting careers.

Careers In Mathematics Project
The project consists of students taking on the role of opening a new department for people interested in careers using mathematics. As their first duty, students need to create a portfolio of the many different jobs using mathematics. Appropriate links are provided for the students' research. The students are to interview someone in the field and present their findings to the class.

The Mathematical Association of America Career Profiles
This site provides essays that describe a wide variety of careers for which a background in the mathematical sciences is useful.

(The) Young Mathematicians Network WWW Site
This site is maintained by a group of mathematicians who are just beginning their careers. They are interested in getting recent facts about jobs in industry and government. On the Web site, they publish the newsletter "Concerns of Young Mathematicians" and provide many links to other employment related sites.

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