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Month: April 2017

Julie Evers Awarded $1500 Elijah Moore Scholarship

Julie Evers Awarded $1500 Elijah Moore Scholarship

During @Explore St. Louis’ 10th Annual High School Culinary Cook Off, South Tech’s Lindbergh senior Julie Evers became a multi-scholarship winner. Evers was South Tech’s captain during the competition and led the team to a 2nd place finish, earning her a $500 scholarship. Evers was also awarded the Elijah Moore Culinary...

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Health Sciences Academy Gets a Glimpse of Life in the ER

Health Sciences Academy Gets a Glimpse of Life in the ER

Students in the Pre-Professional Health Sciences class were invited by Jennifer Irvin, Health Educator, BJC School Outreach and Youth Development, to tour the Barnes Jewish Hospital Campus. They were able to see the main pharmacy that supplies the hospital with medications, and learn how the medications travel from the...

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Halilovic Secures Scholarship

Halilovic Secures Scholarship

Haris Halilovic, South Tech Ambassador and Health Sciences senior from Lindbergh, recently accepted a $285 scholarship from Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center. Each year, the South Tech Ambassador team hosts a blood drive with Mississippi Valley and shares scholarships with their partners. Halilovic earned this...

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South Tech Triumphs at SkillsUSA State Competitions

Out of 109 competitors from South Tech, and hundreds more from across the state, a record of 21 students have qualified for the 2017 Skills USA National Championships. April 13th and 14th, State Technical College of Missouri hosted this year’s State Competitions during which students in career and technical (CTE) majors...

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South Tech Networking Team Advances to FBLA National Competition

South Tech Networking Team Advances to FBLA National Competition

Four members of the South Tech’s Missouri Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)– Phi Beta Lambda Chapter recently traveled to Springfield, MO for the FBLA State Leadership Conference. The conference featured dynamic workshops, innovative keynotes, and professional networking opportunities with Fortune 500 companies...

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Culinary Arts Students Enjoy Lamb Feast

Culinary Arts Students Enjoy Lamb Feast

The South Tech Culinary Arts students recently enjoyed lamb chops, stew, and ground lamb thanks to a generous grant from the Missouri Sheep Merchandising Council which promotes American lamb. The grant, totaling $250, was used to teach the students about preparing lamb, including lessons on the various cuts and cooking...

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Ameren Skilled Craft Education Program Participants Visit HQ

Ameren Skilled Craft Education Program Participants Visit HQ

North and South Tech students who participate in the Ameren Skilled Craft Education Program recently toured the company’s downtown headquarters. The visit in one of many opportunities these students are given as they learn about exciting and rewarding careers within our local utility industry. The day at Ameren began...

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Welders Dominate the Competition in Houston, Texas

Welders Dominate the Competition in Houston, Texas

On Saturday, April 1 South Tech Welding Students Jason Neier, and Natalia Reyland headed to Houston, Texas to compete at the Tulsa Welding School (Houston Campus) High School Senior Welding Competition. Out of nearly 200 welding competitors Jason Neier placed 1st overall receiving a full tuition paid scholarship...

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Give Respect Get Respect Anti-Bias Program Impacts South Tech Students

Give Respect Get Respect Anti-Bias Program Impacts South Tech Students

Edward Jones takes diversity awareness seriously and to the next level. Collaborating with Diversity Awareness Partnership (DAP) this company sponsors opportunities for their associates to participate in a diversity awareness program, “Give Respect Get Respect (GRGR).” Edward Jones hosts students and educators to participate...

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