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“Abstract Chaos” Debuts at STLCC-Wildwood

Sean Frye will show his work, “Abstract Chaos,” Sept. 5-Oct. 20 at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood’s Gallery of Contemporary Art. The exhibit includes 16 digital and mixed media works of art. The community is invited to view the exhibit and meet Frye at a reception held in his honor 4-6 p.m. Sept. 20. The Gallery […]

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STLCC Unveils 2018 State of the St. Louis Workforce Report

The St. Louis region’s businesses struggle to fill positions in an economy where job openings exceed unemployment rates – in the Midwest by 20 percent. These hiring challenges and employers’ shifting needs in such a dynamic economic environment are at the core of the analysis in St. Louis Community College’s 10th annual State of the […]

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McCrady Places Second in World Culinary Competition

A graduate of St. Louis Community College recently was the first runner-up for the Global Young Chefs Challenge Hans Bueschkens Trophy. Shayne McCrady, who graduated from the culinary and pastry programs at STLCC-Forest Park in 2015, competed against 10 other chefs under the age of 25 from around the world in the competition in Kuala […]

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STLCC Receives GitHub Education Partner Schools Grant

St. Louis Community College is among the first institutions worldwide to receive a GitHub Education Partner Schools grant that allows the entire institution to use GitHub services free of charge for two years beginning this month. GitHub is a cloud-based provider that allows individuals and teams to organize and share documents online. It is version […]

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The Grainger Foundation Supports STLCC’s EMT Program

The Grainger Foundation, an independent, private foundation located in Lake Forest, Ill., has donated $5,000 to the St. Louis Community College Foundation in support of the college’s emergency medical technology program. This grant will be used to provide books, uniforms and licensing board exam fees for up to 10 students enrolled in the EMT program […]

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Teachers don lab coats, goggles and gloves, and get hands-on biotechnology lessons during STLCC’s Bio-Bench Workshop.

STLCC’s Bio-Bench Workshop Will Extend Biotechnology’s Reach

School is officially out, but that won’t keep 15 science teachers away from class. And thanks to a $25,000 grant from the Monsanto Fund, financing for the weeklong class – called the Bio-Bench Workshop – won’t be a barrier. The Bio-Bench Workshop for teachers will be conducted July 30-Aug 3 at St. Louis Community College’s […]

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From left to right: Rick Anthes, automotive technology program chair; Juan Contreras and Joe Jackson Skills USA coordinator.

STLCC-Forest Park Student Competes in National Automotive Skills Competition

Juan Contreras, a student in the automotive technology program at St. Louis Community College, captured seventh place in the automotive skills competition at the 2018 SkillsUSA Championships last month in Louisville, Ky. More than 6,000 students enrolled in career and technical education programs participated in hands-on competition in 100 various trade, technical and leadership fields. Contreras […]

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STLCC Foundation Offers Endowed Scholarship for Dental Assisting Students

The St. Louis Community College Foundation has received a donation from Michael J. Hoffmann, DDS, to establish The Dental Anesthesia Center Endowed Scholarship Fund for students in the dental assisting program offered at St. Louis Community College’s Forest Park campus. Dr. Hoffman’s donation of $20,000 will provide funds for the first scholarship, which will be awarded […]

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Youngsters Observe International Mud Day

Let there be mud. More specifically, mud sculptures, mud soup and mud pies. Youngsters who attend the Child Development Laboratory Center at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley got dirty last week in honor of International Mud Day on June 29. Approximately 60 children, along with parents and teachers, joined children all over the world to […]

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STLCC reduces tuition by 5%, saving $1.7 million for students

ST. LOUIS (JUNE 28, 2018) – Based on the bipartisan efforts of the Missouri Legislature to restore initial cuts to the higher education bill, House Bill 2003, and Governor Mike Parson’s expected approval of the state budget for fiscal year 2019, St. Louis Community College is reducing tuition by five percent to benefit its students […]

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