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February 2014

News Stories, Features

  • Forest Park graduate Sylvester Brown finds new mission in the neighborhood where he grew up in St. Louis Magazine Feb. 1
  • Board Chair Craig Larson discusses roles of community colleges in attracting economic opportunities to Missouri in the Dexter (Mo.) Daily Statesman Feb. 4
  • STLCC, MCC-Blue River offer new cyber security programs in the Independence Examiner Feb. 4
  • Redditt Hudson running for STLCC Board in the St. Louis American Feb. 6
  • STLCC Black History Month events list in the St. Louis American Feb. 6
  • “Tales of the Lost Formicans” performance listing in the Green Park, Oakville, SunCrest, Concord Call Feb. 6
  • APA enters adult education with animal welfare certificate program at STLCC in the 40 South News Feb. 7
  • Rod Nunn discusses role soft and new skills play in preparing individuals for today’s jobs in the Post-Dispatch Feb. 9
  • STLCC State of St. Louis Workforce reveals that job applicants lack a variety of “soft skills”  needed for today’s jobs in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jewish World Review Feb. 10
  • Workforce Solutions Group to host ProductCamp St. Louis next month in the St. Louis American Feb. 11
  • Interim Chancellor Dennis Michaelis discusses how community colleges prepare students for workforce in the St. Louis Chinese American Feb. 13
  • “Bye, Bye Birdie” auditions listing in the Green Park, Oakville, SunCrest, Concord Call Feb. 13
  • “Falling in Love…in Five Courses” recap in the Ladue News Feb. 14
  • STLCC hosts “Career Connections in Court Reporting and Captioning” during National Court Reporting and Captioning Week in the Post-Dispatch Feb. 14
  • Trustee Craig Larson discusses STLCC chancellor search in the St. Louis Beacon Feb. 15
  • “Additional Particulars” performance listing in the Post-Dispatch Feb. 17
  • Forest Park to hold job fair on KPLR-TV, Fox 2 News Feb. 18
  • “Reasons to be Pretty” performance listing in the North County Community News Feb. 19
  • Paul Zaloom presents “Beakman on the Brain” at Meramec in the North County Community News Feb. 19
  • Forest Park to host semifinals of Teen Talent Competition in the Suburban Journals Feb. 20
  • Rodney Gee withdraws from Board of Trustees election in the St. Louis American Feb. 20
  • Trustee Doris Graham endorses Redditt Hudson for Board of Trustees seat in the St. Louis American Feb. 20
  • Pam McIntyre named president of Meramec campus in the Ladue News Feb. 20
  • STLCC to host job fair on Fox 2 Now.com, Fox 2 News Feb. 24
  • STLCC graduate Felicia Malone-Williams is the first African-American in Colorado to open her own funeral home with a degree as a licensed embalmer in the Denver Post Feb. 25
  • Meramec to host spring career fair in the St. Louis American Feb. 25
  • STLCC observes Women’s History Month in the West End Word Feb. 25
  • STLCC-Forest Park to host Teen Talent semifinal round in the North County Community News Feb. 26
  • STLCC-Forest Park sponsors job fair in the North County Community News Feb. 26
  • STLCC to host FAFSA events in the North County Community News Feb. 26
  • Meramec Contemporary Art Gallery hosts “Colleagues” exhibit in the Post-Dispatch Feb. 26
  • Meramec Jazz Combos to perform concert March 4 on campus in St. Louis Jazz Notes Feb. 27
  • Meramec Career Fair event listing in the Post-Dispatch Feb. 28
  • Teen Talent semifinal round to be conducted at STLCC-Forest Park in the Post-Dispatch Feb. 28
  • Forest Park’s Casey Shiller participates in Dessert First event to benefit Girl Scouts on KSDK.com Feb. 28