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Join us in-person on October 27th in a celebration of the amazing work being done in Maryland to promote career pathways in the built environment. The Pathway Awards were created to recognize all the people, companies, and partners in the AEC industry who embody the values of MCCEI and who have championed workforce development initiatives in the built environment in the past year.

 

 

Built Environment Hero Award recipients will be chosen based on how well they meet the following criteria:

• Makes significant contributions to future of the workforce of the built environment through their programs, outreach, etc.
• Actively involved in engagement, career exploration, and/or creating pipelines for the future workforce.
• Challenges the status quo and encourages students, parents, educators, and the public to rethink what their perception of careers in the built environment.
• Encourages nontraditional and/or marginalized members of the community to consider careers in the built environment.
• Breaks through barriers, models social change and is cross-culturally aware and inclusive. 
• Is a positive reflection of what the built environment has to offer.
• Must be located in the State of Maryland or serving Maryland residents.

Champion of Workforce Development Award recipients will be chosen based on how well they meet the following criteria:

• Makes significant contributions to future of the workforce of the built environment through their programs, outreach, etc.
• Actively involved in engagement, career exploration, and/or creating pipelines for the future workforce.
• Challenges the status quo and encourages students, parents, educators, and the public to rethink what their perception of careers in the built environment.
• Encourages nontraditional and/or marginalized members of the community to consider careers in the built environment.
• Breaks through barriers, models social change and is cross-culturally aware and inclusive. 
• Is a positive reflection of what the built environment has to offer.
• Must be located in the State of Maryland or serving Maryland residents.

 

Government Partner of the Year Award recipients will be chosen based on how well they meet the following criteria:

• Makes significant contributions to future of the workforce of the built environment through their programs, outreach, etc.
• Provides service or education to the community regarding careers in the AEC industry.
• Challenges the status quo and encourages students, parents, educators, and the general public to rethink what their perception of careers in the built environment.
• Encourages nontraditional and/or marginalized members of the community to consider careers in the built environment.
• Breaks through barriers, models social change and is cross-culturally aware and inclusive.
• Is a positive reflection of what the built environment has to offer.
• Must be located in the State of Maryland, or serving Maryland residents.

MCCEI Educator of the Year Award recipients will be chosen based on how well they meet the following criteria:

• Makes significant contributions to future of the workforce of the built environment through their classes, extracurricular activities, mentoring, or other related programs.
• Provides service or education to the community regarding careers in the AEC industry.
• Challenges the status quo and encourages students, parents, educators, and the general public to rethink what their perception of careers in the built environment.
• Encourages nontraditional and/or marginalized members of the community to consider careers in the built environment.
• Breaks through barriers, models social change and is cross-culturally aware and inclusive.
• Is a positive reflection of what the built environment has to offer.
•Must be located in the State of Maryland or serving Maryland residents.

Community Partner of the Year Award recipients will be chosen based on how well they meet the following criteria:

• Makes significant contributions to future of the workforce of the built environment through their programs, outreach, etc.
• Provides service or education to the community regarding careers in the AEC industry.
• Challenges the status quo and encourages students, parents, educators, and the general public to rethink what their perception of careers in the built environment.
• Encourages nontraditional and/or marginalized members of the community to consider careers in the built environment. Breaks through barriers, models social change and is cross-culturally aware and inclusive.
• Is a positive reflection of what the built environment has to offer.
• Must be located in the State of Maryland or serving Maryland residents.

Future Builder of the Year Award recipients will be chosen based on how well they meet the following criteria:

• Acts as a positive influence on their peers through their classes, extracurricular activities, mentoring, or other related programs.
• Shows promise and passion for the industry.
• Challenges the status quo and encourages other students, parents, educators, and the general public to rethink what their perception of careers in the built environment.
• Breaks through barriers and models social change.
• Is a positive reflection of what the built environment has to offer.
• Must be studying/training in Maryland.
• A student/trainee in the following levels of education: high school, higher education, apprenticeships, or other training programs.

Intern of the Year Award recipients will be chosen based on how well they meet the following criteria:

• Acts as a positive influence on their peers through their classes, extracurricular activities, mentoring, or other related programs.
• Shows promise and passion for the industry.
• Shown initiative and brought new ideas to their work
• Breaks through barriers and models social change.
• Is a positive reflection of what the built environment has to offer.
• Must be studying/training in Maryland.
• A student/trainee in the following levels of education: high school, higher education, apprenticeships, or other training programs.

Mentor of the Year Award recipients will be chosen based on how well they meet the following criteria:

• Makes significant contributions to future of the workforce of the built environment through their classes, extracurricular activities, mentoring, or other related programs.
• Provides service or education to the community regarding careers in the AEC industry.
• Challenges the status quo and encourages students, parents, educators, and the general public to rethink what their perception of careers in the built environment.
• Encourages nontraditional and/or marginalized members of the community to consider careers in the built environment.
• Breaks through barriers, models social change and is cross-culturally aware and inclusive.
• Is a positive reflection of what the built environment has to offer.
• Must be located in the State of Maryland or serving Maryland residents.

MCCEI’s mission is to develop, promote, and connect career opportunities in the built environment. MCCEI is an independent and trusted adviser and resource for industry, education, and government. Together, we will make careers in the built environment a first-choice option.

Maryland Center for Construction Education & Innovation