Take a short assessment online and explore industries to find which path may be the perfect fit for you.
Programs to get you started on a career path at no cost to you. Programs include Apprenticeship, Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA), Certified Medication Technician (CMT), Insulin Administration.
Provides information, resources, and support services for those entering the construction trades.
Offered through St. Louis Community College, this program is designed to help individuals advance their careers through Continuing Education courses, community job training programs, and apprenticeships.
Receive basic living benefits while exploring trade and technology careers. Receive on-the-job training with classes. Students may live on or off campus. An online learning program is available to complete orientation and career preparation courses.
Training program for high school graduates who are not immediately going to college. Train for a range of careers related to his company including equipment operators, laborers, and truck drivers. Contact Rikki Vogel at (636) 861-3344 or email@example.com.
Learn about careers in construction. Lists of member construction unions and contractor associations are shared on their website.
This initiative by Nine PBS brings resources and career information for youth and opportunities for midcareer individuals to upskill or reskill in the manufacturing, construction, healthcare, and IT sectors.
Earn while you learn as an operator apprentice. Apprentice graduates will earn their CDL License as well as additional certifications.
Located in High Hill, Missouri. This program, through the Missouri and Kansas Laborers District Council (MKLDC) offers apprenticeship classes for the construction trade.
A free service to match Missouri residents with apprenticeship opportunities across the state.
Provides training for carpentry and many related specialty crafts. Offers every member continuing and developmental training.
Introduces high school students and recent graduates (ages 15-19) to careers in the building trades through classrooms and shop experiences with craft professionals. Discover local apprenticeship training opportunities.
This is a workforce development initiative offering opportunities to learn about and find employment in construction and manufacturing.
Connect with the growing opportunities in the construction trade through this six-week union construction pre-apprenticeship program. Participants will have the opportunity to visit and receive hands-on learning at several apprenticeship training schools. This program is offered through the Missouri Works Initiative (moworksinitiative.org).
Educating residents about high-paying construction careers, training opportunities and mapping career paths to employment. Take an online Craft Pro Quiz to find out which construction craft career is a good match for you.
This free career exploration website also offers a guide for training programs in the St. Louis area that can get you started into a successful, high-demand skilled career without necessarily requiring a four-year college degree. Job postings are also available at this site.
Their purpose is to expose and prepare local underrepresented minority high school students for a future career in healthcare.
Learn about cosmetology, esthetics, barbering, nail technology and more. Includes a search tool to find beauty schools in your area and scholarship resources specific to this trade.
Search for and learn about apprenticeship jobs and programs.
Train to become a Licensed Practical Nurse in just 12 months.
In-depth welding education is available in Union, MO. Courses are fully certified by the department of higher education. Facility tours are available.
Find information on construction crafts, apprenticeship programs, scholarship opportunities and more.
Earn while you learn! Eligible candidates will be hired as full-time employees with benefits while attending the IHM Academy of EMS, sponsored by Abbott EMS. This is a rigorous 8-week program. For more information, visit the website or contact Stephanie Wright at (314) 678-4102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.