Month: December 2017

Public Safety Programs Unite to Support Backstoppers

Public Safety Programs Unite to Support Backstoppers

December at South Tech began with a battle! The Law Enforcement and Firefighting/EMT students went head to head in a fierce game of flag football during South Tech’s own version of “Guns and Hoses” to support Backstoppers. Guns and Hoses is an annual amateur boxing competition between police departments and fire departments...
Mercy Technology Services Seeking South Tech Candidates

Mercy Technology Services Seeking South Tech Candidates

Our Web and Computer Programming, CISCO Networking Academy, and Information Technology and Graphics students have a new industry partner, Mercy Technology Services (MTS). MTS provides all of the information technology support for Mercy Hospitals and their corporate clients throughout the United States. MTS has partnered...
PPHSA Students Explore Barnes Jewish Hospital

PPHSA Students Explore Barnes Jewish Hospital

Our Pre-Professional Health Sciences Academy (PPHSA) students spent a day in the real world of medicine during their recent visit to The Barnes Jewish Hospital campus in the Central West End. As guests of Health Sciences Advisory Board member and BJC School Outreach Health Education partner Jennifer Irvin, students had...
A Partnership with an Eye on the Future

A Partnership with an Eye on the Future

The Home Builders Association of St. Louis & Eastern Missouri (HBA), through the launch of their first student chapter, has partnered with North Technical High School in Florissant and South Technical High School in Sunset Hills to enrich the lives of students interested in the trades by offering them first-hand...

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