CHEMISTRY RELATED LINKS
American Chemical Society
This site represents professionals at all degree levels and in all fields of chemistry and sciences. The society pushes to publish scientific journals and databases, convene with major research conferences and provide educational, science policy and career programs in chemistry.
American Chemistry Council
Works to find the answers to questions about bettering the environment, public health and the security of our nation.
The Council for Chemical Research
The purpose of this council is to benefit society by advancing research in chemistry, chemical engineering, and related disciplines.
OCCUPATION/ MAJOR EXPLORATION
KSU: What can I do with a major in…?
Offers a list of careers that can be obtained with a degree in Chemistry. A detailed description accompanies each career, revealing the qualifications, responsibilities, salary and more that are involved.
Suite101.com: Chemistry Major, The study of the building blocks of life
This article gives some information on what is involved in the Chemistry major. Certain questions and topics are addressed, such as What is a chemistry major?, the four general areas, and Advantages and Disadvantages of a chemistry major?
U of A: What can I do with this degree?
Contains a list of career areas that Chemistry majors can specialize in, along with the employers that offer such positions, and strategies for being competitive.
Chemistry Department Graduate Programs
For those looking into graduate study in Chemistry, this site offers an alphabetical list of graduate programs.
Contains a list of quotes from graduate students that offer advice to those looking into pursuing higher education in Chemistry. The advice offered comes under categories such as: Know yourself and know what doctoral study entails, Investigate the program thoroughly, Understand the job market, etc.
Directory of Graduate Research
Students can search by research topic, professor, university, etc.
EMPLOYMENT/ INTERNSHIP RESOURCES
American Chemical Society: Experience Opportunities in Chemistry
Offers a list of Forensic Science job opportunities, each accompanied by a detailed description of the responsibilities and qualifications involved.(formerly EPiC)
Valuable resources are offered on this site in assisting Chemistry majors with finding undergraduate research, internship, co-op, summer work, and study abroad opportunities.
Provides job seekers with a search that allows them to find openings by specifying job, sector, location, salary and keywords.
Contains a job search specific to Chemistry, Chemists, Chemical Engineering, Chemical, Organic, Inorganic, Teaching and Research.
This is a list of employment and internship openings directed towards those interested in a position related to Chemistry.
List of Science-Related Internships in DC (federal and otherwise)
Information about summer internship programs in Washington DC as well as direct links to internship opportunities in the Sciences in the DC area.
List of internships in health care, government, and the environment
Companies, federal research labs, and organizations that offer internships focused on health care, government, and the environment.
Oak Ridge Associated Universities
ORAU administers a number of fellowships, internships, and research programs that are open to students (click above) from all institutions, as well as to recent graduates (click here). Science, technology, and math students might also want to check out the programs administered by the American Society for Engineering Education.
REU: NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates
REU provides the opportunity for undergraduate students to participate in active research in the sciences and social sciences. The REU website allows students to search for individual sites by area and location.
SURF: NIST Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship
The National Institute of Standards and Technology and the National Science Foundation have partnered to sponsor research opportunities for undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers as scientists and engineers. Interested students must work with their department chair, the CDC, and Associate Provost Linda Coughlin on an institutional application.
Association for Women in Science
Our highly competitive internship program is intended to introduce bright, innovative undergraduate and graduate students to the policymaking process and encourage them to become active and effective participants in public affairs.
American Academy of Forensic Sciences: Job Opportunities List Offers a list of Forensic Science job opportunities, each accompanied by a detailed description of the responsibilities and qualifications involved.
The resources provided on this page are intended for informational purposes only. They do not reflect any association with or endorsement by SMCM or the CDC.