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Intern with HEC Media!

HEC Media (formerly The Higher Education Channel & HEC-TV) is in search of eager, hard-working interns that want to expand and apply their skills and talents to support HEC’s work in production, education, motion graphics, marketing, animation, community engagement, fundraising and development, and/or educational broadcasting. All internships require a minimum of a 10 hour/week semester-long commitment. The internship will be tailored to the interests of the student, but interns will support the HEC Staff in all aspects of station management from videography, editing, writing, promotion, and station operations. To apply, please e-mail a resume and cover letter indicating your skills and interest to Amanda Honigfort at amanda@hectv.org.

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Saint Louis Youth Sports Outreach

This St. Louis non-profit is dedicated to making sure all kids have an opportunity to play sports.

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HEC Wins 3 Emmy Awards

Congratulations to all Emmy winners! HEC couldn’t carry out its mission to “strengthen the education, art, and cultural communities in the metropolitan area” without you and all our supporters! These wins are for you, St. Louis! Interview/Discussion -Program A Jellyfish Journey with Juli Berwald Angie Weidinger, Greg Kopp, Julie Winkle, Christina Chastain Public/Current/Community Affairs – […]

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Here’s how to watch the moon turn blood red in the sky Jan. 31

By Brian Resnick, Vox.com On Wednesday, January 31, the full moon will pass through the shadow of the Earth. For 77 minutes, the usually silvery moon will be covered with a blood-red/ochre shadow. Even more notable: This total lunar eclipse will happen during the second full moon this month — a bonus event known as a […]

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2018 Inspiring Teacher Awards

Join the Challenger Learning Center Thursday, Jan. 25 as they celebrate seven teachers who inspire the future generation of innovators. The event will include refreshments; a keynote by Christopher Miller, who leads the F-15 Flight Simulation at The Boeing Company in St. Louis, MO; and an award presentation. Meet the 2018 Inspiring Teacher Award recipients: Cindy Bednara, Collinsville High […]

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11th Annual Africa World Documentary Film Festival Opens in St. Louis, February 9-11 at Missouri History Museum

The 11th annual Africa World Documentary Film Festival, sponsored by the E. Desmond Lee Professorship in African/African American Studies at the International Studies and Programs office, University of Missouri-St. Louis, MO will take place Friday, February 9th to Sunday, February 11, 2018 at the Missouri History Museum (5700 Lindell Blvd. in St. Louis, 63112). The […]

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Side hustles you can start with no money

By JACKIE ZIMMERMANN, NerdWallet Starting a business is often a pricey ordeal, but no- to low-cost ideas exist for aspiring entrepreneurs with unique and marketable talent. Take inventory of the skills you already possess, recommends Holly Reisem Hanna, founder of career blog The Work at Home Woman. List your past jobs, education, training, passions, skills and […]

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Dion Brown to leave National Blues Museum

By CHARLES DAVIS, St. Louis Public Radio The National Blues Museum in St. Louis will soon be looking for a new executive director. Dion Brown, who has led the museum for two years, is leaving to become president of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati. He departs in mid-February. Brown said in a statement […]

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Last minute gift ideas

It’s that joyous season when everywhere you look, people are smiling, laughing and — running around town trying to find the perfect gift for everyone on their list. Here are some ideas that might save you a little more time. Sit by the fire, sip your hot coco, savor your latkes and relax! We’ve got […]

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St. Louis loses community advocate for at-risk youth

By Rebecca Rivas | St. Louis American Saint Louis University criminal justice professor and Ferguson activist Norm White died suddenly of a heart attack on December 6. He and his wife Elizabeth “Liz” were getting ready to leave their Belleville home for an evening rehearsal of a Christmas play they were performing in when he […]

Things to do in St. Louis

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  • 2. “Interactive” WHITE CHRISTMAS. Read More
  • 3. “The Nightmare Before Christmas”. Read More
  • 4. 93.7 The Bull’s Santa Jam Benefitting Youth In Need. Read More
  • 5. Bottoms Up Blues Gang. Read More
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