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Other Educational Resources is a career exploration center for the construction industry. Providing valuable information about educational requirements, job descriptions, schools to attend and other interesting facts about the construction industry. Click here or below to learn more.

Virginia Masonry Association

The Apprenticeship Program, at the Virginia Masonry Association, provides its students with the knowledge and experience that is fundamental for a career in masonry anywhere in the United States. Masonry offers pride in building a structure with your own hands that will stand the test of time. Click here or below to learn more.
Virginia Masonry Association Apprenticeship Program

Department of Construction Science at Texas A&M University

The Department of Construction Science at Texas A&M University offers a Master's degree in Construction Management and a Ph.D. degree in Construction Science. In an effort to increase the awareness of our program, here is our web URL address for any women interested in obtaining and advanced degree. Questions? Send an email to Click here or below to learn more.

American Council for Construction Education (ACCE)

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America's Career Kit

America's Learning eXchange: Lifelong learning...anyone, anywhere, anytime. A virtual yellow pages of training and education resources. Resources for career advancement and a more productive workforce. More than 300,000 courses and 6,000 training providers at your fingertips. Free database searches. With ALX, the door to training and education opens wider than ever! Click here or below for more information.

Not Sure What Career to go into?

Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2004-2005 Edition. You will have three ways to find career information by occupation.
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Department of Building Science at Auburn University

The Department of Building Science is a part of the College of Architecture, Design, and Construction at Auburn University, which also includes the School of Architecture and the department of Industrial Design. The mission of the Department of Building Science is to create stimulating learning experiences by engaging in the discovery of the techniques and management principles of construction.

The first graduates of the curriculum entered the construction industry in 1947, making Auburn one of the oldest construction programs in the nation. In 1993 a Master of Building Construction degree was approved and added to the department. To date over 3500 students have earned Bachelorís degrees in Building Science from Auburn University. We seek qualified female students at both the undergraduate and the graduate level. More than 150 women have degrees from Auburn and hold key positions in construction companies all over the United States. More information on the program can be found at

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