Month: May 2018

Welding Program Earns Emerson Grant

Welding Program Earns Emerson Grant

When it comes to welding technical education to lifelong careers, it’s hard to find anyone more qualified than Mr. Adam Holt, Welding instructor and Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award winner. Mr. Holt and his South Tech class were presented with the $5,000 award by Emerson’s Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility,...
Auto Body Cruises STL Shops

Auto Body Cruises STL Shops

Auto Body students were given a 4 shop tour of St. Louis last month which included a visit to the Classic Car Studio (CCS), the filming location of the program "Speed is the New Black" which airs on Velocity.  Owner of CCS, Noah Alexander, showed the students around the entire shop and allowed them to get up close views...
Giving Back: Construction Students Help Injured Officer

Giving Back: Construction Students Help Injured Officer

Students from South Tech’s Construction Trades and Floor Layers Middle Apprenticeship programs recently spent a day giving back to our community by working on renovations at The Forder House in South County.  The home is owned by Officer Rob King, a 19 year veteran of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, who...
Competition in a Box Hosted by HBA

Competition in a Box Hosted by HBA

On Thursday, April 26, students from North and South Tech  Home Builders Association of Greater St. Louis (HBA) student chapter competed in “Competition in a Box,” a one-day event designed to introduce students to the home building industry. The event was held at Payne Family Homes and included opportunities to network...

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