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“Into the Bamboo” Art Exhibit Debuts at STLCC-Wildwood

The community is invited to view the art exhibit, “Into the Bamboo,” at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, 2645 Generations Drive. The exhibit features 20 paintings created by students and faculty members that are inspired by the same subject – bamboo. Each semester, the Fine Arts Club sponsors an exhibit in which members select a particular […]

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Hertel Named Semifinalist for ACF Regional Award

Rob Hertel, professor in hospitality studies at St. Louis Community College, has been selected as a semifinalist for the American Culinary Federation’s Central Region Educator of the Year. The winner will be announced at the 2017 ACF Signature Series ChefConnect: Chicago Feb. 5-7. The ACF Chef Educator of the Year award pays tribute to an […]

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STLCC Hosts Finals Frenzy Dec. 5

Students are invited to let off a little steam, gear up for finals and prepare for the spring semester at St. Louis Community College’s Finals Frenzy on Monday, Dec. 5. The events runs 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the four STLCC campuses. It will be held in the Administration building at Florissant Valley; the Highlander Lounge […]

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State of the St. Louis Workforce

St. Louis Community College November 30, 2016 Quarterly Blog Community Colleges are amazing higher education institutions.  They educate approximately 13 million students each year, and the majority of the country’s college freshman and sophomores are in community colleges. Community colleges offer the public an incredible value, as they present the opportunity for students to learn […]

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STLCC to Offer Boeing Pre-Employment Training Programs

St. Louis is home to the Boeing Defense, Space & Security division, which produces military aircraft and weapons systems, employs about 14,700 workers in the region, and is supported by more than 500 suppliers and vendors throughout the state. St. Louis Community College, in partnership with Boeing, offers accelerated pre-employment programs to train individuals for […]

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Michelle Streiff received the Juror's Choice Award for Foundry Art Centre's Soapbox Exhibition.

Streiff Wins Soapbox’s Juror’s Choice Award

Michelle Streiff, a student artist at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, is the recipient of the Juror’s Choice Award for Foundry Art Centre’s Soapbox Exhibition. This exhibition seeks to empower artists to “get on their soapboxes” and create work that facilitates a visual discussion on the issues that impact and influence them. Streiff’s piece, “Bus Stop/Unchained,” […]

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Local Student Robotics Teams to Compete at STLCC-Florissant Valley

St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley will sponsor two major FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) robotics events Dec. 3-4. The public is invited to watch the events free of charge. Activities will run 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. both days in the gymnasium on campus, 3400 Pershall Road. FIRST road signs will direct visitors […]

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STLCC-Forest Park’s Phi Theta Kappa Chapter Hosts Nerdy Girlz Book Club

Nearly 65 African-American girls from the Nerdy Girlz Book Club recently visited St. Louis Community College’s Forest Park campus to participate in the Phi Theta Kappa/Xi Epsilon Chapter’s STEAM Extravaganza. The focus of the event was to expose young girls to women in science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM) careers. “It was an extraordinary experience […]

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STLCC Night at the Blues Game Supports Student Book Scholarships

In an effort to provide students with much-needed book scholarships, St. Louis Community College has teamed up with the St. Louis Blues on a special ticket promotion. Five dollars from every St. Louis Blues ticket sold under the STLCC promo code will support the St. Louis Community College Foundation in its efforts to provide students […]

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Shepherd Earns Rare Distinction in Judo

Eiko Saito Shepherd is one of only three women in the world to earn the rank of eighth-degree black belt in judo. But Shepherd does not consider that the most significant accomplishment in her career. “My most noteworthy achievement is helping my students in the same way that others have helped me to make my […]

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