MOKAN for 38 years has been a leader in advancing opportunities for growth for minority and female businesses within the St. Louis Metropolitan area. MOKAN in 2010, launched the MOKAN Institute through a collaborative partnership with St. Louis Community College. In 2012 MOKAN expanded its facilities to 4666 Natural Bridge which is now known as the MOKAN Business and Educational Center. Through this expansion MOKAN has continued to not only service the needs of the minority construction community but has expanded its services to other minority business entities. Read more...
These are the hallmarks of MOKAN.
Strength to advocate on behalf of minority contractors seeking equal representation in the construction industry. In addition, MOKAN also assists minority construction workers in obtaining employment in the building and construction trades.
Commitment to working in collaborative fashion with local government, majority contractors and other stakeholders to build a more inclusive workforce.
Ability to prepare the next generation of highly skilled, competent construction tradesmen to help build a stronger, better St. Louis.