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  • 5-E CLASSROOM STEM ACTIVITY: EXPLORING CAREERS THROUGH STEM JOBS APPROVED EMPLOYERS Ellen Egley Education Content Manager, STEM Jobs

  • IT’S NEVER TOO SOON TO START PLANNING YOUR STEM CAREER —AND THAT MEANS CHOOSING THE BEST COMPANIES THAT ARE FOCUSED ON PREPARING YOU FOR STEM JOBS. WE’VE DONE THE RESEARCH AND THESE ARE THE BEST OF THE BEST.

    STEM JobsSM Approved Employers ratings are based on a combination of publicly available data and survey responses. Some companies did not report or could not provide sufficient portions of the data to be considered for rating in this publication. Ratings are provided for all participating companies based on their available data online at: STEMjobs.com.

    For more information on what’s behind our STEM JobsSM Approved Employers ratings, tune into our podcast at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/stem-jobs/id989367249

    Throughout the year, we invite new employers to participate in our benchmark study of effective practices in STEM employment. Each issue of STEM JobsSM Magazine highlights the best employers in our 10 Hot STEM Jobs feature spreads. The STEM JobsSM Approved Employers recognizes the best of the best across all industries for each school year. For the 2015-2016 school year, these employers demonstrated their leadership, excellence and company-wide commitment to bridging the gap between classrooms and careers.

    1. DIVERSITY: THEY ARE CONTRIBUTING TO GREATER DIVERSITY IN STEM FIELDS

    Every employer has work to do in diversity, either in sustaining their best practices or in assuring the skill potential of women and minorities in STEM professions. These employers are open about their own diversity and stepping up as industry leaders.

    2. CAREERS: THEY ARE FACILITATING STEM CAREER DEVELOPMENT

    The traditional concept of a single-employer career is dead. Keeping employees engaged over a full career requires considerable investment. These employers are redefining the career for their employees through investment in training, development and a focus on creating true career pathways.

    3. PARTNERSHIP: THEY ARE STRENGTHENING PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN CLASSROOMS AND CAREERS

    All employers measure the effectiveness of their recruiting efforts, but very few invest in developing talent pipelines that reach into high schools or even middle schools to expose students to new career options they would never get a chance to experience. 4. OPPORTUNITY: THEY ARE PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR STEM STUDENTS

    Employers don’t have to provide internships or partnerships with their local communities, but smart employers do. These employers are deeply concerned with creating opportunities for future workers and ensuring that those future hires have continued opportunities to learn and grow with their company.

    WHAT ARE THEY DOING BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE?

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    THE LIST // STEM JOBS SM APPROVED EMPLOYERS

    THE BEST PLACES TO WORK IN STEM

    WANT TO LEARN MORE? GO TO STEMJOBS.COM/SJA/Employers!

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    TOP 50 STEM JOBSSM APPROVED EMPLOYERS

    1. BP America, Inc. 2. Exelon Corporation

    3. Amazon

    4. Xcel Energy

    5. Energy Northwest

    6. Amtrak

    7. SBA Communications Corporation

    8. Intelligrated

    9. Oshkosh Corporation

    10. Discover Financial Services

    11. Monsanto

    12. ESRI

    13. Verizon

    14. Southern Company

    15. Norfolk Southern Corporation

    16. Johnson Controls Inc.

    17. Performance Contractors, Inc.

    18. CRST

    19. AECOM

    20. PlaneTechs, LLC.

    21. Cummins Inc.

    22. BAE Systems, Inc.

    23. CSC (Computer Sciences Corporation)

    24. Archer Daniels Midland Company

    25. Qualcomm Incorporated

    26. Union Pacific Railroad

    27. Brunswick Corporation

    28. Lockheed Martin

    29. CACI

    30. Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

    31. Adecco Group

    32. General Motors

    33. Ameren

    34. Carolinas HealthCare System

    35. Volt Workforce Solutions

    36. Aviall Services, Inc.

    37. Northrop Grumman

    38. Bayer Corporation

    39. HD Supply

    40. Booz Allen Hamilton

    41. Wyle

    42. Miller-Valentine Group

    43. CBRE Group, Inc.

    44. Engility Corporation

    45. Advanced Technology Services

    46. Devon Energy Corporation

    47. Cajun Industries, LLC

    48. CDW

    49. Tennessee Valley Authority

    50. IBM

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    STEM JOBSSM APPROVED EMPLOYERS BY INDUSTRY

    1. Oshkosh Corporation 2. PlaneTechs, LLC.

    3. BAE Systems, Inc.

    4. Lockheed Martin

    5. Northrop Grumman

    6. Wyle

    7. ManTech

    8. DynCorp International LLC

    9. Leidos

    10. ADS, Inc.

    1. Intelligrated 2. ESRI

    3. Johnson Controls Inc.

    4. Performance Contractors, Inc.

    5. AECOM

    6. Adecco Group

    7. Volt Workforce Solutions

    8. Aviall Services, Inc.

    9. Booz Allen Hamilton

    10. Miller-Valentine Group

    11. CBRE Group, Inc.

    12. Engility Corporation

    13. Cajun Industries, LLC

    14. Accenture

    15. PricewaterhouseCoopers

    16. Cintas

    17. Strategic Staffing Solutions (S3)

    18. Emory University

    19. APi Group, Inc.

    20. Deloitte

    21. Logistics Health Incorporated

    22. Apex Systems

    23. ADP, LLC

    24. Sodexo

    25. Motel 6 / Studio 6

    26. American Red Cross

    27. Hilton Worldwide

    28. Bozzuto

    1. BP America, Inc. 2. Exelon Corporation

    3. Xcel Energy

    4. Energy Northwest

    5. Southern Company

    6. Ameren

    7. Devon Energy Corporation

    8. Tennessee Valley Authority

    9. PG&E

    10. Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG)

    11. PPL Corporation Discover Financial Services

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    DEFENSE: The defense industry consists of companies that specialize in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and support of technology systems, products, and services that support the military. This includes the occupations involved in research, production and support services spread across a wide spectrum of companies specializing in: • Spacecraft and commercial, military and private aircraft • Various military equipment, such as tanks and related vehicles • Navigational and guidance systems and technologies • Cybersecurity technology and services

    DIVERSIFIED SERVICES: As the name suggests, diversified services is an industry composed of a wide variety of companies that provide many different goods and services. Companies include those that provide hotel accommodations and travel services, uniforms and cleaning services, and real estate and construction services. Many companies in this category are not defined by a single focus, but offer products and/or services that cross over multiple industries.

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    STEMTYPE.STEMJOBS.COM TO GET MATCHED TO THE BEST STEM SCHOOLS AND CAREERS FOR YOU!

    1. Discover Financial Services 2. Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.

    3. Quicken Loans

    4. PNC Bank

    5. Capital One Financial Corporation

    6. Bank of America

    7. JPMorgan Chase & Co.

    8. CitiGroup Inc.

    9. Progressive Insurance

    10. KeyBank

    11. Prudential Financial, Inc.

    12. Combined Insurance Company of America

    13. First Command Financial Services

    14. Morgan Stanley

    15. State Farm

    16. USAA

    17. KPMG LLP

    18. U.S. Bancorp

    19. The Western & Southern Life Insurance Company

    1. Carolinas HealthCare System 2. Bayer Corporation

    3. DaVita

    4. HCA, Hospital Corporation of America

    5. Merck & Co., Inc.

    6. Kaiser Permanente

    7. Horizon Healthcare Services, Inc.

    8. UnitedHealth Group

    9. Express Scripts

    10. Humana Inc.