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Career Research - MCC

MCC Non-Credit Programs

For more information on the MCC Non-Credit Programs listed below, go to Continuing Education: Healthcare on the MCC webpage. 

MCC Non-Credit Programs:

  • Certified Medication Technician

  • C.M.T. Challenge

  • Certified Nurse Assistant

  • C.N.A. Challenge

  • Community Health Worker

  • Insulin Administration

  • Introduction to Pharmacy Tech

  • Level 1 Medication Aide

  • Phlebotomy

Health Science

Are science classes your favorite?
Do you enjoy helping people?
Have you served as a volunteer in a hospital?
Do you follow instructions exactly?
Can you work fast in an emergency?
Do you take good notes in class?

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

In the Health Science cluster you would promote health and wellness or diagnose and treat injuries and disease. You could work directly with people. Or you could work in laboratories to get information used in research or diagnosis. Health service employees go to work at a variety of different sites. Some work in hospitals, offices, or laboratories. Others work on cruise ships, at sports arenas, or within communities.


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 Browse the biographies and contact a career counselor of your choice.