According to the University of Arkansas, "The Department of Mathematical Sciences is committed to high-level mathematics instruction, preparing students for careers in secondary education, actuarial science and industry, and for entrance into graduate studies in mathematics and statistics. The department offers two majors, one leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree and a second leading to a Bachelor Science degree.

The Bachelor of Arts degree is often sought by future secondary education majors or by students wishing a broader exposure to the humanities. The Bachelor of Science degree is sought by students who intend to go on to graduate studies or who would like a deeper and broader understanding of higher mathematics. The Department of Mathematical Sciences is committed to the values of a broad, interdisciplinary education, highlighting the utility and value of the mathematics degree in a wide variety of careers and disciplines. Consequently, both the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in Mathematics require the completion of a minor or an additional major, the completion of the UAteach program, or the completion of the Fulbright Four-Year Honors Core."

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American Academy of Actuaries

American Mathematical Society - The AMS provides lots of information for professionals in math careers. Their employment services page provides job services, employment center interviews, print ads, and general career information.

American Statistical Association - ASA's page includes a career center with career information for statistic careers.

Association for Women in Mathematics - The AWM provides information for parents, teachers, students, educators and institutions. Their resources include job ads, career advices and opportunities.

Computing Research Association

IEEE Computer Society

Mathematical Association of America

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics - Provides information for math teachers of all levels, from elementary to higher ed.

Society of Actuaries

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics - SIAM's mission is to, "build cooperation between mathematics and the worlds of science and technology through our publications, research, and community." Their site includes a job board, job search resources, how to apply your math degree and news surrounding math careers.

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