The future starts now for our students, and every moment we spend and passion we spark is helping to shape their future. Our role is to help break down barriers and open doors so that every student can see, dream, and reach beyond all limits. On the evening of October 14, 2022, we celebrate the impact of our mission throughout the year, the dedicated people that make the journey possible and the amazing students we serve.
The GatewayGIS Neighborhood Banner Project is an exhibition that celebrates a partnership between CAM’s Learning & Engagement department and GatewayGIS. The exhibition features a selection of eight banners on the museum’s west facade, which are the result of two years of planning, teaching, and collaboration with local organizations and schools near the new NGA (National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency) west campus. The project was conceived as an opportunity for students to not only learn about past and present African American leaders and neighborhood landmarks but also to celebrate them through digital graphic design.
The 2022 State of the St. Louis Workforce report features statistical findings and insights from the region’s employers and workforce. The report also explores the pathway to job growth through the lens of the geospatial sector, immigration, and entrepreneurship, while debunking common misperceptions about the role of each in our region.
Thanks to a grant from the Job Corps Scholars Program, LaunchCode and STLCC have partnered to bring a free, accessible Immersive CodeCamp to young adults (age 16-24) in the St. Louis community hoping to enter the workforce and launch into a high-demand career in technology. The program will consist of a free, full-time, 17-week web development and career readiness training to equip learners with the skills needed by today’s employers.