SLATE in the Media

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January 14, 2021  SLATE offers hope to unemployed, laid off, and underemployed workers impacted by COVID-19

November 4, 2020 SLATE receives full state certification as One-Stop Job Center

May 12, 2020 SLATE working to help the unemployed with virtual training

May 14, 2019 Building Union Diversity (BUD) Program Opens Door to Better Life for Mom of Four

March 9, 2019  Better Family Life, SLATE, and St. Louis Clergy Coalition join Mike Colombo on The Pulse of St.Louis to discuss the St. Louis Power of Employment Series

February 28, 2019 CREA Podcast with Charles Bryson: Rebecca Ritter and Sal Martinez discuss workforce employment in the City of St. Louis

September 20, 2018 St. Louis Presents: Chaille Jackson talks about Biddle House Empowerment Week

April 2, 2018 STL Live Interview with SLATE's Rebecca Ritter - part 2

April 2, 2018 STL Live Interview with SLATE's Rebecca Ritter - part 1

February 8, 2018 St. Louis American: SLU and Urban League to host job fair for ex-offenders

December 28, 2017 St. Louis American: Alice Prince at SLATE takes a proactive, optimistic approach to finding people jobs

August 14, 2017 St. Lous Public Radio: Men under 29 most likely to be shot or to shoot in St. Louis; leaders say jobs, education can fix it

June 8, 2017 KSDK: Teen summer jobs program to curb violence in St. Louis

May 31, 2017 St. Louis American: Mayor asks businesses to help with youth jobs

May 23, 2017 KMOV: Mayor Krewson Announces Sizable Donation for STL Youth Jobs

May 23, 2017 St. Louis American: Touting a grant for  youth jobs, Krewson also talks about violence, Confederate Monument

 
 
 

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