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The Office of Science Education features free educational materials and outreach programs at the NIH, a video and slide program of speakers discussing Hollywood movies that have a medical science theme, original...  (National Institutes of Health)
BLS Career Information is a place where kids can find information on job opportunities related to the arts, math, science, physical education and outdoors, reading, and social studies. The site also offers...  (Department of Labor)
EXCITE (Teaching Epidemiology) is a collection of teaching materials for teaching students about public health and epidemiology. Materials focus on principles and practices of epidemiology, including the scientific...  (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
LifeWorks explores careers in health and medical sciences. See interviews with more than 70 professionals -- a chemist, dentist, dietician, epidemiologist, lab technologist, medical illustrator...  (National Institutes of Health)
Meet the Artist features interviews with artists -- a playwright, dancer, musical conductor, storyteller, musician, photographer, puppeteer, and others...  (Artsedge, supported by Multiple Agencies)
BioWorksU introduces students to life science careers. It is set in a virtual university and uses games, experiments, and simulations to show jobs at a range of locations -- a nurse's station...  (IPIC, supported by Department of Labor)
Profiles of Scientists and Engineers helps students understand: What's it like to be a scientist or engineer? What do they do all day? Watch an electrical engineer, an exercise scientist, a biomedical engineer, and...  (Science360, supported by National Science Foundation)
African American History Month Federal Resources The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution...  (Library of Congress)
ABCs to Public Health focuses on the critical role of public health laboratories in protecting the public against diseases and other health hazards. This Centers for Disease Control tool is designed to...  (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Women@NASA features women at NASA discussing and showing what they do. See video interviews with a robotics flight controller, aeronautics engineer, pyrotechnics specialist, spacesuit team...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Competency Model Clearinghouse presents "competency models" -- collections of competencies that together define successful performance in particular work settings -- for more than a dozen industries. Industries...  (Department of Labor)
America's Career Resource Network provides career development guidelines and resources to help students identify career directions and related education programs. A "career decision-making tool" walks students through...  (America's Career Resource Network, supported by Department of Education)
Astro-Venture provides interactive tutorials on biology, geology, astronomy, and atmospheric sciences. Biology topics include ecosystems, energy, producers and consumers, and the cycle of matter...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Bio-Link.org offers instructional materials and professional development for biotechnology instructors. Find online courses, lab equipment, publications, information on biotech in high school...  (Bio-Link, supported by National Science Foundation)
Aerospace features NASA employees doing aerodynamic design research. Watch and listen as engineers, technicians, mechanics, and designers work to make planes safer, more efficient, quieter, and...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Earth Explorers Series profiles an atmospheric scientist who flies through hurricanes, an engineer who operates a spectro-radiometer (an instrument on a satellite), an ocean scientist, high school students...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
For Kids Only: Earth Science Enterprise helps students learn about aerosols, ozone, air pressure, tropical rainfall and hurricanes, plate tectonics, earth science careers, and more...  (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
Advanced Technology Environmental Education Center provides information on careers, training, and professional development; environmental programs in high schools and colleges; curricula for high school and associate degree programs...  (ATEEC, supported by National Science Foundation)
Financial Aid for Students is a place you can find help for every state of the financial aid process, whether you're in school or out of school. The site helps you apply for financial aid over the Internet and...  (Department of Education)
Future State is the U.S. State Department's website for youth. It offers lesson plans on terrorism, Vietnam, and the Cuban Missile Crisis and information about more than 50 international issues...  (Department of State)

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