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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, Feature Stories

  • STLCC to host Amnesty Days on KSDK-TV Aug. 1
  • Forest Park campus to host VISION 2016 event on EQ.com Aug. 1
  • STLCC to host amnesty program on KSDK-TV Aug. 2
  • STLCC to host State of the St. Louis Workforce 2016 on Construction Forum St. Louis Aug. 3
  • Kwame Building Group to oversee renovation of three STLCC campus labs in the Post-Dispatch Aug. 5
  • Workforce Solutions Group research estimates St. Louis STEM workforce to grow 12.4 percent by 2020 in the St. Louis Business Journal Aug. 5
  • Florissant Valley to host job fair in the Post-Dispatch Aug. 8
  • Culinary Arts graduates Michelle Allender and Austin Hamblin discuss their restaurant, The Muddled Pig, in Town & Style Magazine Aug. 10
  • STLCC/St. Louis Business Journal State of the St. Louis Workforce event focuses on healthcare, manufacturing, and logistics and transportation jobs in the St. Louis Business Journal Aug. 10
  • Florissant Valley hosts Better Family Life Amnesty Day event on Fox 2 Now Aug. 11
  • State of St. Louis Workforce event highlights need for qualified workers to expand employment in the Post-Dispatch Aug. 11
  • STLCC, McDonald’s partner to offer tuition assistance to employees with nine months of service in the St. Louis American Aug. 11
  • Meramec’s John Messmer discusses gubernatorial campaign contributions in the Post-Dispatch Aug. 12
  • Former STLCC student John Beck discusses his career designing steel furniture in the St. Louis Business Journal Aug. 12
  • Former STLCC soccer player Saadiq Mohammed is subject of documentary “Men in the Arena” in the Post-Dispatch Aug. 13
  • STLCC students serve as mentors and tutors for St. Louis Public Schools students suspended for fighting through Tyrone Thompson Institute for Nonviolence in the Post-Dispatch Aug. 14
  • Forest Park hosts Better Family Life Amnesty Day event in the Post-Dispatch Aug. 14
  • Forest Park to host Mental Health Recovery Summit in the Post-Dispatch Aug. 16
  • Art at the Station exhibit relocates to Meramec Library in the Webster-Kirkwood Times Aug. 19
  • Meramec’s John Messmer discusses ballot initiative to limit campaign contributions in the Webster-Kirkwood Times, South County Times, West End Word Aug. 19
  • STLCC conducts information sessions for truck driver training program in the St. Louis American Aug. 22
  • STLCC enrollment down 3 percent on opening day on Fox 2 News Aug. 23
  • STLCC receives grant from Grainger for participation in Tools for Tomorrow Scholarship program in The Electrical Distributor Magazine, Facility Safety Management.com, NewsOn6.com, Material Handling Wholesaler Magazine, WRDB 41 Louisville, WFMJ-TV, Associated Press Aug. 24
  • “Echo Hall Falls” exhibit listing in West Newsmagazine Aug. 24
  • STLCC to conduct information session for truck driving training program in the St. Louis American Aug. 25
  • Meramec campus features Gateway Foundation art installation, “Gulliver,” in the West End Word Aug. 26
  • STLCC to offer LaunchCode course in the Post-Dispatch Aug. 31