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Missouri Students Win Big at National SkillsUSA Competition
ST. LOUIS, MO, (, July 8, 2018 - Nearly 300 Missouri high school and college students joined more than 6,000 students from around the country in Louisville, Kentucky, June 25-30 for the SkillsUSA 54th annual National Leadership and Skills Conference, the world's largest showcase of skilled trades.

The students competed against the clock and each other, proving their expertise in fields such as electronics, computer-aided drafting, precision machining, medical assistance and culinary arts.

Missouri students brought back a total of 30 first-, second- and third-place medallions, and 106 placed in the top 10 against students from all 50 states and two U.S. territories.

"Missouri's success at the national level is a testament to our educators' passion of ensuring our students graduate job-ready day one," said Joey Baker, SkillsUSA Missouri's State Executive Director. "Our students graduate with the workplace, personal and technical skills necessary to be successful in college or their chosen careers."

Dr. Roger Dorson, interim commissioner of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, said, "Congratulations to these students, not only for their strong finish in competition, but for honing their craft to such a high degree. We are proud of what they have accomplished on the state and national stages."

SkillsUSA is a nonprofit partnership of students, instructors and industry that helps ensure the U.S. has the skilled workforce it needs to stay competitive. Founded in 1965 and endorsed by the U.S. Department of Education, the association serves more than 400,000 member students and instructors each year in middle schools, high schools and colleges. SkillsUSA programs cover 130 trade, technical and skilled service occupations. The programs are integrated into career and technical education through a framework of personal, workplace and technical skills grounded in academics.

St. Louis ArtWorks Summer Program: Artsy, Absorbent, Acculturate
ST. LOUIS, MO, (, June 24, 2018 - The Summer 2018 Apprentice Program at St. Louis ArtWorks kicked off last week, giving a unique opportunity for 95 young creatives between the ages of 14 and 19 who live in the Saint Louis area to earn a stipend while learning a wide array of artistic and job skills and preparing for future employment and success.

In addition to obtaining these skills, each apprentice is challenged to engage with the diverse culture within the St. Louis art community and embrace their experiences. The summer artistic disciplines include: Painting/ Printmaking, Graphic Design, Mural Painting, Sculpture, Fencestillation and Robotics. Youth will work under the guidance of professional artists to learn how to create commissioned art works as well as individual projects.

The program will conclude with a celebration and Summer Sale on Friday, July 20th from 11:00am-2:00pm at St. Louis ArtWorks on 5959 Delmar Blvd. in the Loop East. Friends, family, and the general public are invited to attend the event to view the incredible work the Apprentices have created throughout the Summer Program and to purchase individual works of art including but not limited to: prints, sculptures, greeting cards and t-shirts.

For more information regarding St. Louis ArtWorks, visit

Eye, 2007 at Laurmeier Sculpture Park
The "Eye, 2007" by Tony Tasset at Laumeier Sculpture Park is amony many sculptures enjoyed by families as they explore one of the first and largest dedicated sculpture parks in the country or participate in summer workshops. Archived file photo
Summer Family Workshops at Laumeier Sculpture Park
ST. LOUIS, MO, ( - Laumeier Sculpture Park offers a range of education programs that engage participants of all ages in art and nature. Programs are taught by local, experienced Artist-Instructors and are designed to encourage artistic development and self-expression.

Small group sizes provide participants with individual attention; projects are designed to allow participants the freedom to explore their own potential and creativity. Materials are always provided.

Laumeier's one-day Family Workshops are a collaborative way for families to spend quality and creative time together. Children ages 4 to 12 - along with a favorite grownup - can explore art and nature, develop a meaningful bond and create memories to last a lifetime.

One-week Summer Art Camps for ages 4 to 15 are structured to encourage artistic development and self-expression through social interaction and individual skill-building experiences.

Multi-day Clay Classes for youth, teens and adults are designed to provide participants with the freedom to explore their own potential and creativity. Participants work at their own level and pace with guided instruction for skill improvement.

The registration fee for all Family Workshops includes one adult with one child; children must be accompanied by an adult.

Free Family Days encourage observation, imagination, curiosity and creativity. Activities are designed to be simple enough for ages 4 and up to enjoy, yet complex enough that more experienced young artists can take their projects to the next level.

To register for activities or for more information on fees and hours, call 314-615-5278 or visit

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