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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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Chancellor Search Committee Members Appointed

The Chancellor Search Committee has been appointed. The committee consists of faculty, administrative, classified and professional staff, students and members of the community. Joe Worth and Ellen McCloskey have been appointed committee co-chairs. Other committee members are: Faculty: Cindy Campbell, Michael Burke, Beth Anderhub and Lonetta Oliver Staff: Kedra Tolson, Stacy Edwards, Andrew Langrehr, Kevin White and Patrick […]

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Center for Workforce Innovation to Host No Fee Job Training Open House

In conjunction with National Manufacturing Day, St. Louis Community College will host a No Fee Job Training Open House 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4, at the Center for Workforce Innovation, 3344 Pershall Road. The open house will offer attendees the opportunity to learn about STLCC’s no fee, high value technical training programs. Attendees will be able […]

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STLCC’s Latest STEM Workforce Research Uncovers Perceptions on Talent, Employment Growth

St. Louis Community College’s Workforce Solutions Group presented the State of St. Louis STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Workforce Report highlighting assessment, analysis and review of the latest STEM workforce research and intelligence. The findings were released today to nearly 400 business and community leaders at STLCC’s Forest Park campus as part of a […]

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Chancellor Search Process to Begin

The St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees has announced the beginning of a national search for the next chancellor. “We are committed to conducting an equitable, inclusive, transparent and fair national search that will attract a strong pool of candidates,” said Craig Larson, chair of the STLCC Board of Trustees. “This is a very […]

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New Mobile App Provides Convenient Access for STLCC Students, Faculty, Staff

Beginning this fall, St. Louis Community College students will have access to the new Ellucian Go mobile application. This mobile app will provide free, on-the-go access to important college resources. Ellucian GO is a downloadable mobile application for Apple iOS, Android or Kindle Fire devices. This new app offers a way to check class schedules, […]

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STLCC Approves BIT Administrative Procedures

The STLCC Leadership Team recently approved new administrative procedures regarding Behavior Intervention Teams (BIT). These teams coordinate the college’s resources to address the needs of individuals who are displaying disruptive or concerning behaviors in order to recommend interventions aimed to help the individual gain the most successful outcome possible. The BIT process also provides an […]

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STLCC Teams Up for 2014 Metro Heart Walk

Give your heart and sole to walk the walk.  St. Louis Community College is forming a team for the 2014 Metro St. Louis Heart Walk this Saturday, May 10, beginning at 9 a.m. at Busch Stadium.  This is a family-oriented, noncompetitive walk of either one or three miles. While there’s no entry fee, donation are […]

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