Masonry in the U.S.

Similar to Urban Development, masonry is vital to support the growth and expansion of a community. The design and planning of creating a community and businesses can only go so far if you don’t have people with the necessary skills to actually build the infrastructure. Jobs in masonry are vital as they will always be…

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Dentistry in the U.S.

Another way we communicate with each other is through our facial expressions and, although some may differ from culture to culture, a smile is the universal way to display joy and happiness. Not only can it let others know how we’re feeling, smiling can also lift our moods. Dentistry gives people the confidence in their…

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Architecture in the U.S.

Architecture goes hand-in-hand with Urban Development, as we just covered. With the need to make accommodations for the growing population, it is vital to expand housing and communities, and architecture is needed to help with the design and construction of these communities. If you’re interested in a career that allows you to utilize artistic and creative skills to impact life on an entire community’s landscape, read on for how you can learn more about studying Architecture in the U.S.

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Urban Development in the U.S.

The rise in population in the Turks & Caicos Islands calls on the field of Urban Development to oversee making accommodations for this growth through creating communities, expanding housing, and even rejuvenating community facilities to support sustainable growth. If you’re interested in a career that allows you to make lasting contributions for a community’s sustainable growth, read on for how you can learn more about studying Urban Development in the U.S.

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International Business in the U.S.

It’s hard not to associate Turks & Caicos with any aspect of international business, whether it be imports/exports, trading, law, or accounting/finance. Although these seem like focuses related to other careers, they can relate to conducting business internationally, too. If you’re interested in contributing to TCI’s impact on a global scale, read on to learn…

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Agriculture in the U.S.

Sometimes agriculture can be passed over as just farming and cultivating land, but it is so much more. Turks & Caicos gives way to a few opportunities to explore agriculture and expand this field in the country. Farming, animal breeding, and environmental engineering are all areas currently present in the TCI to explore. Let’s get…

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Public Health in the U.S.

Public health has a variety of careers to choose from. From technicians to environmental officers and health inspectors, each career is important to the health and safety of the public. Public health isn’t just the responsibility of those working in the field; everyone is responsible to make sure our environments (homes, beaches, roads, workplaces, etc.)…

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Cosmetology (Non-medical) in the U.S.

Cosmetology is such a fun field that allows one to pursue a creative craft in beautification. Common careers in the non-medical side of cosmetology include hair stylists, barbers, nail technicians, makeup artists, and even massage therapists! Let’s get into what you can do in cosmetology! Most careers in the non-medical side of cosmetology don’t require…

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TCI Victorious at CTO Youth Congress

Turks & Caicos has claimed many victories in the past decade, and we can now add a new accomplishment to our ever-expanding list: winner of the Caribbean Youth Organization’s (CTO) Youth Congress. On 4 October 2019, 14 junior ministers of tourism from around the Caribbean gathered in Antigua & Barbuda for the CTO’s annual Youth…

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Aviation in the U.S.

The great thing about aviation is the broad scope of careers under the umbrella, from cabin crew to air traffic controller to pilot to aviation maintenance technician! Here is how you can pursue a career in aviation in the U.S. Skip to sections Academic Routes Technical Routes Resources Academic Routes Jump to: 2-Year Degree 4-Year…

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Graphic Design in the U.S.

In the U.S., the main avenues to studying Graphic Design are 2-year college or 4-year college. Entrance requirements vary by program, so pay close attention to what is requested for the admissions application at your desired institution. Skip to Sections Academic Routes Technical Routes Resources Academic Routes Jump to: 2-Year College 4-Year College 2-year College…

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