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STLCC - In the News

St. Louis Community College faculty and staff make a significant impact on the St. Louis area. The stories are often covered by local and national news media. This section highlights that coverage.

This Month's Featured Articles

News Stories, Features

  • Former Meramec Montage adviser Tammy Merritt receives College Media Association Adviser of the Year Award in the Alton Telegraph Sept. 1
  • STLCC among area colleges and universities constructing new buildings in the St. Louis Business Journal Sept. 1
  • Forest Park student Areli Reyes reacts to abolishment of DACA program in the Post-Dispatch Sept. 2
  • Forest Park student Areli Reyes reacts to abolishment of DACA program in the St. Louis Review Sept. 2
  • Steve Long discusses what employers seek in job applicants in the Post-Dispatch Sept. 5
  • STLCC student Areli Munoz-Reyes discusses how DACA cancellation will potentially impact her life in the Post-Dispatch Sept. 5
  • Florissant Valley campus hosts Ferguson 1000 Hiring Event Weekend in the North County Community News Sept. 6
  • Florissant Valley campus hosts variety of activities for North County Churches Uniting for Racial Harmony and Justice in the St. Louis American Sept. 7
  • Florissant Valley campus hosts Ferguson 1000 Hiring Events in the Post-Dispatch Sept. 8
  • STLCC partnership with Boeing cited as a model for worker training the state hopes to facilitate elsewhere in the Post-Dispatch Sept. 10
  • STLCC alumnus Dominic Phillips begins graduate studies at Yale University School of Art in the North County Community News Sept. 13
  • Wildwood campus to host 2017 Wildwood BBQ Bash in West Newsmagazine Sept. 13
  • Trustee Kevin Martin receives St. Louis American Foundation Salute to Excellence in Education Award in the St. Louis American Sept. 14
  • STLCC State of St. Louis Workforce Report indicates local colleges and universities graduate about 1,500 students with information technology degrees each year in the St. Louis Business Journal Sept. 15