Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Be sure to stop by the Multi-Purpose room on Wednesday, March 30th. Music faculty, Tim Garcia will perform a piano selection with a jazz combo The concert with feature a variety of jazz music.
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
The purpose is to gauge the community’s views and perceptions about the college, both what currently is being done right and what areas needs improvement. The college’s internal stakeholders (e.g. faculty, staff) also are encouraged to attend.
Participants are invited to attend forums that will be conducted at the following St. Louis Community College campuses:
MONDAY, APRIL 4
Wildwood -- 2645 Generations Drive (7:30-9:30 a.m., Multipurpose Room 102A)
Meramec -- 11333 Big Bend Road (6-8 p.m., Student Center Room 201)
TUESDAY, APRIL 5
Forest Park -- 5600 Oakland Ave. (6-8 p.m., Student Center Café West)
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6
Florissant Valley -- 3400 Pershall Road (6-8 p.m., Student Center Multipurpose Room)
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley will host a Career and Networking Fair on Wednesday, March 23.
The fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Student Center Multipurpose Room on campus, located at 3400 Pershall Road in Ferguson.
Sponsored by Career and Employment Services (CES) at Florissant Valley, the fair gives jobseekers a chance to meet with area employers and learn about full-time and part-time jobs, and internships in the community.
More than 100 employers will be present to speak with jobseekers and to establish an employment network. Job search candidates can talk with employers in a number of industries, including financial services, healthcare, customer service and non-profit organizations.
Jobseekers are required to dress professionally and should bring a supply of resumes.
In addition to organizing career and job fairs, CES offers tips on conducting successful job searches and interviewing skills, assistance with writing resumes and cover letters, as well as an assortment of career preparation workshops.
For more information, contact Walsh at 314-513-4543.
As a result of the North County Metro Change-Lunch and Learn sponsored by SGA on Thursday, March 10 in the cafeteria, the students' voices were heard loud and clear by Maureen Williams (Metro Planner). Maureen Williams stated that SGA helped her to understand the impact that the decision to reduce service was having on the students at Florissant Valley campus.
Maureen Williams took the students' concerns back to Metro Management team and as an result of SGA efforts there will be an additional bus trip added to serve the STLCC- Florissant Valley students.
Please see the attached stop card related to additional trips to the college, by way of the #47 Clayton. These trips will serve the college at the noted times, in addition to the #76 Waterford, and continue to the North County Transit Center.
There will be tables in the student center with people willing to help you register to vote.
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