PA Army National Guard STEM Careers

What is STEM?STEM is an acronym that stands for four main educational disciplines: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Eighty-percent (80%) of the fastest-growing occupational fields depend on skills learned through these four disciplines. This may include building smartphone apps, developing inner-city transportation plans, designing alternate fuel types, and solving complex economic problems.

The National Guard is dedicated to preparing the next generation of STEM pioneers by offering a wide range of jobs that will build skills and prepare you for a lifetime of rewarding work and if you want to go to college, the National Guard can help with scholarships and additional support to get you into and pay for the school of your choice.

92L PETROLEUM LABORATORY SPECIALIST

Petroleum Supply Specialists oversee the Army’s use of petroleum.

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25C RADIO OPERATOR-MAINTAINER

In the Army, adequate communication is important, especially in combat or field situations.

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25L CABLE SYSTEMS INSTALLER-MAINTAINER

Cable Systems Installer-Maintainers are primarily responsible for installing, operating and performing maintenance.

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35P CRYPTOLOGIC LINGUIST

The primary role of a cryptologic linguist MOS 35P in the U.S. Army.

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25N NODAL NETWORK SYSTEMS OPERATOR-MAINTAINER

The nodal network systems operator-maintainer is part of the Army’s telecommunications team.

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25P MICROWAVE SYSTEMS OPERATOR-MAINTAINER

Responsible for making sure that the lines of communication are always up and running.

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25Q MULTICHANNEL TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS OPERATOR-MAINTAINER

A U.S. Army Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer works directly on communication devices.

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25S SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS OPERATOR-MAINTAINER

Satellite Communication Systems Operator-Maintainers are responsible for making sure that the lines of communication are always up and running.

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13R FIELD ARTILLERY FIREFINDER RADAR OPERATOR

FAATDS is an important member of the Army’s field artillery team.

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25B INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES SPECIALIST

Supervise,peripheral equipment and associated devices in mobile and fixed facilities.

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35N SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST

Supervise, analyze and report intercepted foreign communications at all echelons.

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13J FIELD ARTILLERY TACTICAL DATA SPECIALIST

FAATDS is an important member of the Army’s field artillery team.

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25U SIGNAL SUPPORT SYSTEMS SPECIALIST

Signal support systems specialists are responsible for battlefield.

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29E ELECTRONIC WARFARE SPECIALIST

In the Army, Electronic Warfare Specialists oversee and carry out military actions.

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35F INTELLIGENCE ANALYST

This much sought-after Army job is a key part of its intelligence operations.

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35G GEOSPATIAL INTELLIGENCE IMAGERY ANALYST

They analyze images to help design plans for everything from combat operations.

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35Q CRYPTOLOGIC NETWORK WARFARE SPECIALIST

The Intelligence Occupational Specialty Career Field (35) in the Army is part of a wider Intelligence.

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35S SIGNALS COLLECTOR/ANALYST

An Army Signals Collection Analyst watches and listens to foreign electronic communications.

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35T MILITARY INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS MAINTAINER/INTEGRATOR

Responsible for maintaining and integrating computers and networks used by MI Soldiers.

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36B FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT TECHNICIAN

If you want to serve your country, there are many jobs that fit everyone’s general skill sets and interests.

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12T TECHNICAL ENGINEER

An Army Technical Engineer has a more lengthy training period.

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12N HORIZONTAL CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER

Supervise constrution equipment and crew mainteance of equipment.

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12B COMBAT ENGINEER

Soldiers who volunteer to become Combat Engineers receive their engineering training at Fort Leonard Wood.

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12Y GEOSPATIAL ENGINEER

Geospatial engineers in the Army help with the collection of sensitive geographic data.

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92Y UNIT SUPPLY SPECIALIST

The unit supply specialist is primarily responsible for supervising or performing tasks.

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35M HUMAN INTELLIGENCE COLLECTOR

The Intelligence Community play an integral part for battlefield units as well as overall National Security.

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35P CRYPTOLOGIC LINGUIST

The primary role of a cryptologic linguist MOS 35P in the U.S. Army.

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92A AUTOMATED LOGISTICAL SPECIALIST

The Automated Logistical Specialist is primarily responsible for supervising.

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35N SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST

Supervise, analyze and report intercepted foreign communications at all echelons.

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12Y GEOSPATIAL ENGINEER

Geospatial engineers in the Army help with the collection of sensitive geographic data.

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35F INTELLIGENCE ANALYST

This much sought-after Army job is a key part of its intelligence operations.

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35G GEOSPATIAL INTELLIGENCE IMAGERY ANALYST

They analyze images to help design plans for everything from combat operations.

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35L COUNTER INTELLIGENCE AGENT

In the military, knowing what the enemy is doing or planning to do saves American lives.

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35Q CRYPTOLOGIC NETWORK WARFARE SPECIALIST

The Intelligence Occupational Specialty Career Field (35) in the Army is part of a wider Intelligence.

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35S SIGNALS COLLECTOR/ANALYST

An Army Signals Collection Analyst watches and listens to foreign electronic communications.

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35T MILITARY INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS MAINTAINER/INTEGRATOR

Responsible for maintaining and integrating computers and networks used by MI Soldiers.

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36B FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT TECHNICIAN

If you want to serve your country, there are many jobs that fit everyone’s general skill sets and interests.

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NOT ALL STEM JOBS REQUIRE A COLLEGE DEGREE: HOWEVER.THEY DO REQUIRE THE FOLLOWING SKILLS.

  • Ability to connect arithmetic,algebraic and geometric thinking

  • Capacity for solving problems in multiple ways

  • Ability to lead others to think,create,reason,solve problems and collaborate

  • Sound reasoning and technical foundation(fractions, percentage, decimals, scientific notation,etc)

  • Collaboration and human interaction

  • Creativity and innovation

  • Memorization