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  • Elevator installers and repairers assemble and maintain elevators.
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    General construction workers carry out semi-skilled tasks in many areas of construction.
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  • Geographic information systems (GIS) specialists use computers to analyze and present information. They often make maps that combine information from many sources.
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    Glaziers install windows and mirrors in homes and other buildings. They may install new glass or repair broken panes.
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    Interior designers plan and design spaces and furnish interiors.
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    Landscape architects design and plan outdoor areas for use and beauty.
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    Line installers and repairers construct and maintain networks of wires and cables.
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    Surveying and mapping technicians help surveyors measure and map land.
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    Bricklayers and stonemasons build walls and structures using bricks, stones, and mortar.
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    Cement masons place and finish the concrete for many types of construction jobs.
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    Heating and cooling system mechanics install and repair heating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration systems.
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    Mining machine operators control machines that extract coal, ore, stone, and sand from mines or quarries.
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    Mining machine operators control machines that extract coal, ore, stone, and sand from mines or quarries.
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    Painters apply paint, stain, varnish, and other finishes to buildings and other structures.
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    Pipelayers lay various kinds of pipe for sewers, drains, water mains, or oil or gas lines.
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    Plumbers and pipefitters install and repair pipe systems that carry water, steam, air, or other fluids or gases.
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    Line installers and repairers construct and maintain networks of wires and cables.
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    Hazardous materials workers remove and dispose of harmful materials.
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    Structural metal workers make and install steel frameworks used in buildings and other structures.
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    Paving equipment operators use machines to apply asphalt and concrete to roads.
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    Highway maintenance workers make basic repairs to highways and rural roads.
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    Roof bolters operate machines that install roof support bolts in underground mines.
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    Carpenters cut, fit, and assemble wood and other materials to construct buildings.
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    Floor and carpet layers install carpet, linoleum, and other floor coverings in homes or buildings.
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    Commercial divers work underwater to build or repair structures. They also perform search and rescue duties.
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    Sheet metal workers make and install metal building parts and products.
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    Drywall installers attach drywall panels to the inside walls of houses and other buildings.
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    Construction managers schedule and coordinate the work on construction projects.
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    Plumbers and pipefitters install and repair pipe systems that carry water, steam, air, or other fluids or gases.
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    Structural metal workers make and install steel frameworks used in buildings and other structures.
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    Bricklayers and stonemasons build walls and structures using bricks, stones, and mortar.
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    Architects plan and design all types of buildings and structures.
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    Civil engineers plan and design roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and water systems. They may also supervise the construction.
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    Structural metal workers make and install steel frameworks used in buildings and other structures.
  • Plasterers prepare and apply coats of plaster or stucco to walls and other building surfaces.
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    Surveying and mapping technicians help surveyors measure and map land.
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    Surveyors measure and map land, air space, and water boundaries.
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    Paving equipment operators use machines to apply asphalt and concrete to roads.
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    Drywall finishers cover the joints between drywall panels using tape and cement.
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    Roofers apply shingles and other materials to the roofs of buildings.
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    Cement masons place and finish the concrete for many types of construction jobs.
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    Tile setters apply tile to floors, walls, ceilings, and countertops.
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    Landscapers and groundskeepers plant and take care of flowers, lawns, shrubs, and trees.
  • Wallpaper hangers apply wall coverings to decorate and protect walls.
  • Construction and well drillers use equipment to drill holes in the earth to take samples or to insert pipes.
  • Hoist and winch operators control cables, cages, and platforms used to move materials from place to place on a job site or in a factory.
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    Glaziers install windows and mirrors in homes and other buildings. They may install new glass or repair broken panes.

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    Free Online Courses Offered Through the University of Illinois

    U of I Online Website Beginning in the Fall of 2012, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign External link opens in a new window will be offering FREE courses online through the Coursera website. For this fall, they are offering 7 courses:
    • Creative, Serious and Playful Science of Android Apps,
    • Heterogeneous Parallel Programming,
    • Introductory and Intermediate Organic Chemistry,
    • Introduction to Sustainability,
    • Microeconomics Principles,
    • Planet Earth, and
    • VLSI CAD: Logic to Layout.

    Registration is open, click here to navigate to the Coursera website External link opens in a new window and sign up!



  • Are you ready to join the next generation of sustainable agriculture farmers?

    The Farmer Training Opportunities offered through The Upper Midwest Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training (CRAFT) is a coalition of growers working to train the next generation of organic, biodynamic, and sustainable agriculture farmers.  CRAFT provides what prospective farmers say they need most: hands-on training and business planning skills provided directly from established farmers.

    For more information about this farmer training program, visit the CSA Learning website External link opens in a new windowor contact the CRAFT/Farm Beginnings External link opens in a new window Coordinator at:

    CRAFT/Farm Beginnings Coordinator
    1547 Rockton Rd
    Caledonia IL  61011
    (815) 389-6513 or
    craft@learngrowconnect.org



  • Why you should attend a Community College in Illinois

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    Some of the benefits of attending one of the 48 community colleges in Illinois include: quality instruction and support services, diverse programs, smaller class sizes, accessible and affordable, and more than 10,000 community college courses can be transferred statewide.

    To find out more how the Illinois Community College System can assist you, visit the Illinois Community College Board External link opens in a new window website.

     


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