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MCC - Career Research

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Architecture and Construction

Do you often observe and note the buildings around you?
Do you like to work with your hands?
Can you visualize objects and projects in your mind?
Do you like to create models or make designs?
Do you like to work with tools, objects, and numbers?
Do you like to use both mental and manual skills to solve problems?
Do you like to work both alone and with others?

If you answered yes to two or more of the questions above, you might be interested in considering a career in architecture and construction.

If you work in occupations in the Architecture and Construction cluster, you would be responsible for buildings and other structures such as highways and bridges. You might make designs and plans for new structures. Or, you would use the plans to build new structures and manage construction workers. Another option would be to take care of, repair, and restore existing structures.

 

For more information, go to MissouriConnections

NOTE:  Missouri Connections can be accessed through the MCC Databases by entering your student (S) or employee (E) number e.g., (S1234567) followed by your MCC password.  MissouriConnections requires an additional login. On the main page, select Guest Login, and enter your city and zip code.  

MCC Career Counseling

To make a counseling appointment with a career counselor visit mcckc.edu/counseling. Browse the biographies and contact a career counselor of your choice.