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Labor Dept. Grants $5 Million For
North County Skills Training Program
Gov. Jay Nixon has announced a new $5 million grant that will help provide skills-training and employment to thousands of young people in low-income and minority communities in North St. Louis City and County. Within the first year, the Career Pathways Bridge initiative has set a goal to connect 3,000 people in the area with employment, as well as engage 1,000 participants annually in skills training and 2,400 participants annually in work-readiness training. This latest effort builds on, and is in addition to, previously announced jobs initiatives in the greater St. Louis area.
North County Incorporated (NCI) has announced its annual Business Development, Community Development, Elmer Belsha Leadership, Excellence in Partnership, Public Service, Special Recognition, and Sustaining Our Community award recipients. The 2015 award recipients will be honored at NCI’s 38th Annual Breakfast on Friday, May 29, 7:30-9:30 a.m. at the Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel.
Christian Hospital is 2015 Citizen of the Year
The Old Jamestown Association has named our local hospital as its Citizen of the Year.
Christian Hospital and BJC HealthCare continue to invest in providing our North County community with the latest and best in health care services. The hospital has been recognized both locally and nationally for heart, pneumonia, and surgical care and was named 2014 National EMS Provider of the Year.
North County Incorporated (NCI) invites civic, business, community leaders and residents to celebrate our 38 years of service to the North County community at our Annual Breakfast on Friday, May 29, at the Renaissance St. Louis Airport at 7:30 – 9:30 am.
The Greater North County Chamber of Commerce recently selected John Ortwig, owner of Florissant Glass and Old Town Wedding Chapel in Old Town Florissant, as its 2015 Outstanding Business Person of the Year.« Previous Entries Next Entries »