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Exploration is the first step in figuring out what career path best fits you.  We’ve gathered up some of our favorite resources with career, education and industry information.  Take a look at some of the websites below to help you on your way.

Career and Technical Education @ MCC
MCC’s programs blend classroom instruction with hands-on labs to build the skills needed to be successful in the workplace.  Associate in Applied Science degrees and career certificates can be completed in two years or less, preparing you to start working in your chosen field or transfer to a four-year school. 

CTE: Learning that works for America™
The National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc) was established in 1920 to represent career and technical education (CTE) across the nation. NASDCTEc supports innovative CTE programs that prepare you to succeed in education and your career.

Missouri Center for Career Education

The Missouri Center for Career Education (MCCE) provides quality curriculum and research, targeted professional development, and innovative instructional resources to support the career and technical education system in Missouri.

Missouri Connections
Missouri Connections has tools that allow you to take assessments and connect your interests to a career path.  Take your first step to learning about what you're good at, what you like to do and what is important to you by taking the assessments in Missouri Connections. You can explore and learn about all types of options before you make a choice. If you already have a career path in mind, there are tools to help you choose the right college and the right major.

O*NET Online
O*NET OnLine has detailed job descriptions with education, wage and industry outlook information for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more.  

Project Lead The Way, Credit by Examination (pdf)
Project Lead the Way, Biomedical (pdf)
If you have completed Project Lead The Way (PLTW) courses and national end-of-course exams at a PLTW certified high school, you may be eligible for credit by examination in certain Metropolitan Community College (MCC) programs. This credit will only cost one-half the normal tuition rate and will be added to your MCC student transcript upon enrollment in one of the participatingMCC programs listed on the back of this page. Your high school PLTW course grades will not be factored into your MCC grade point average.

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