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Registration Opens for STLCC’s Bowling for Scholars

Registration is under way for St. Louis Community College’s 13th Annual Bowling for Scholars. This event is scheduled for Friday, April 21, from 3-5 p.m. at Tropicana Lanes, 7960 Clayton Road in Richmond Heights. Sponsored by STLCC’s Auxiliary Services department and the Foundation, this annual event raises funds to help students in need with textbooks […]

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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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STLCC Hosts Events in Support of Ferguson

To commemorate the one-year anniversary of the shooting death of Michael Brown Jr. and to provide ongoing support to the Ferguson community, St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley hosted two events designed to highlight solutions and positive change. On Aug. 7, the college welcomed the St. Louis County branch of the NAACP for the Ferguson First […]

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STLCC Program Prepares Workers for Success in STEM Careers

The STEM fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics create high-demand job opportunities, and St. Louis Community College (STLCC) is helping students get into the right STEM career pathway. STLCC is participating in a statewide grant program-MoSTEMWINs-which allows qualified individuals to enter a no-fee MoSTEMWINs program to work with a career coach, create a career […]

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STLCC Students Can Get on Board MetroLink, MetroBus via Special Pass

Beginning this fall, credit students at St. Louis Community College will be able to get on board MetroBus and MetroLink via a special transportation pass program. Students who are enrolled for at least one credit hour will have unlimited use of MetroBus and MetroLink with U-PASS. STLCC is partnering with the Bi-State Development Agency to […]

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STLCC-Florissant Valley Hosts Engineering and Technology Open House

The Engineering and Technology department at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley will host an Open House April 18. The event will include presentations, tours, and activities for all ages 10 a.m.-2 the Engineering building. “There will be ongoing demonstrations and hands-on activities for all ages from flight simulation to bridge building,” said Terry Freeman, […]

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STLCC Board of Trustees Appoints Jeff Pittman as Chancellor

The St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees today announced that Jeff Pittman, Ph.D., statewide vice president of corporate college services and online education at Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana, has accepted the position of chancellor, effective July 1. Craig Larson, the STLCC Board of Trustees chair, said, “The Chancellor Search Committee and the […]

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STLCC Chancellor Finalists Named

The St. Louis Community College Chancellor Search Committee has announced four finalists for the position of chancellor. The candidates are Richard Dawe, president of Ozarka College; Jeff Pittman, vice provost for online education at Ivy Tech Community College; Beverlee McClure, CEO of the New Mexico Association of Commerce & Industry; and Rod Nunn, interim president […]

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STLCC to Offer Drinking Water Operator Training

Individuals who are mechanically inclined or like working with their hands may be eligible for St. Louis Community College’s drinking water operator training program. With funding assistance from the Environmental Protection Agency, St. Louis Community College has developed an accelerated job training program that is offered free of charge to those who meet the eligibility […]

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Missouri Community Colleges Receive $19.7 Million Grant to Train Workers for STEM Careers

Missouri’s community colleges and the State Technical College of Missouri have received a $19.7 million grant to train an estimated 1,900 workers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields and to expand the state’s ability to collect data about students enrolled in workforce programs. The grant, awarded through the U.S. Department of Labor’s Trade […]

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