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Welcome to the South Tech news archive where we feature stories on students, school programs and activities, alumni and professional partnerships.
Web and Computer Program Visit Maritz Corporation

Maritz Hosts Web & Computer Students

The Maritz Corporation recently hosted an Information Technology (IT) Extravaganza for our Web & Computer Programming students. On April 18th, students were treated to a panel discussion, lunch, and tours of IT departments. Denise Gibbs, a DBA-SQL at Maritz and advisor to our program, put together the visit and...

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Machinists Gear Up for BotsSTL

Machinists Gear Up for BotsSTL

Fast Cheese is still under construction, but will soon be ready to destroy! Precision Machining juniors Lili Rodriguez, Lauryn Giesler, and Matthew Haugsness are hard at work preparing their bot, named Fast Cheese, for competition in BotsSTL on April 21 at Ft. Zumwalt South High School. BotSTL is a program to boost...

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Lily Bedwell Joins Local 396

Lily Bedwell doesn’t shy away from a challenge, so when she was told to shoulder 300 pounds of rebar, she marched right up to the pile and did what needed to be done. “I wasn’t the only one who needed help hoisting it,” she said. Many view Bedwell’s career choice as non-traditional, a term used to describe career paths...

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Industries Seeking South Tech Talent

Industries Seeking South Tech Talent

Our Construction Innovations and Welding juniors are being sought by area employers. Representatives from several St. Louis construction-related contracting and design firms presented to our students last week and shared comprehensive presentations about the opportunities available. Industry partners in attendance were...

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