DoD STEM

Interested in a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics? Apply for a job with DoD STEM and get a taste for everything from basic research to applied systems. If you have always wanted a career in designing robots, engineering airplanes, or crafting inventions and technologies that will change the world, then DoD Labs are the right place for you.

 

Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Interested in a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics? Apply for a job with DoD STEM and get a taste for everything from basic research to applied systems.

If you have always wanted a career in designing robots, engineering airplanes, or crafting inventions and technologies that will change the world, then DoD STEM Laboratories are the right place for you.

Military Branch: 
DoD Supported
Subject Area: 
Applied Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Technology

DoD Labs A National Treasure

The first people to invent the internet and GPS were once young professionals who had new and highly innovative ideas that were backed by the Department of Defense. DoD STEM does the same for the current generation for inventions in robotics, artificial intelligence, mechanical engineering, and more!

Military Branch: 
DoD Supported
Subject Area: 
Applied Science, Engineering, Formal Science, Mathematics, Physical Science, Technology

DoD Labs People are Our Greatest Asset

At the Department of Defense, our people are the military's most enduring advantage. DoD continually seeks to increase development of a representative, world-class STEM talent pool capable of filling our workforce needs and providing continuous access to STEM talent throughout the nation.

Military Branch: 
DoD Supported
Subject Area: 
Applied Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Social Science

DoD STEM Building a STEM Career

The Department of Defense labs employ more than 50,000 scientists and engineers working in almost every discipline you can imagine. This film is suitable for all career seekers, especially college STEM students and adult educators.

Military Branch: 
DoD Supported
Subject Area: 
Applied Science, Engineering, Formal Science, Mathematics, Life Science, Physical Science, Technology

DoD STEM Engine of Innovation

The Department of Defense is the nation’s largest employer of scientists and engineers - over 50,000 people in 63 labs - developing the world’s most advanced technologies. A huge percentage of the innovation that comes out of this country starts in our DoD laboratories. A lot of this moves into industry and the commercial markets. This film is suitable for the general public and especially those students considering a STEM career.

Military Branch: 
DoD Supported
Subject Area: 
Applied Science, Engineering, Formal Science, Mathematics, Life Science, Physical Science, Chemistry, Physics, Technology