St. Louis Alliance for Reentry Summit
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley
Featuring: Sessions on the social, emotional, and economic implications of returning home, and best practices for community reengagement. Keynote address by Eugene Schneeberg, Director of Center for Faith-Based & Neighborhood Partnerships, U.S. Department of Justice. Great information sharing and networking opportunities for criminal justice, community, and faith-based organizations providing services to ex-offenders. $17 includes lunch.
ARCHS is seeking a full-time Communications Specialist with dynamic digital-age expertise. Use your creativity and technical skills to tell ARCHS' story of annually improving the lives of more than 90,000 St. Louisans.
Please have a minimum of a bachelor's degree with proven competence in use of digital technology (video/photography) and social media.
Local travel required to ARCHS' network of more than 150 city and county-based program locations, as well as flexible hours that include some evenings/weekends.
ARCHS' benefit package includes a 401(k) match. Be prepared to provide portfolio upon request.
Please send initial letter of application, resume, and salary history by Friday, February 13, 2015 via:
No phone calls please. EOE
Missouri KIDS COUNT® has launched its new website including feature stories, policy briefs, and connections to new and improved data sources.
The updated website includes the Missouri KIDS COUNT® data book that highlights indicators and county rankings, a searchable archive of Missouri KIDS COUNT® data available since 1993, statistical reports, and research papers.
The Missouri Family and Community Trust (FACT), is the official Annie E. Casey (AECF) KIDS COUNT® partner in Missouri. FACT is a not-for-profit with board members drawn from the top leadership in state government and the private sector to promote and support collaboration and innovation in service delivery for Missouri’s children and families through its network of 20 “community partnerships” around the state. ARCHS is the St. Louis region’s state designated community partnership.
FACT partners with the University of Missouri Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis (OSEDA), and the Missouri Children’s Trust Fund (CTF) to offer Missouri KIDS COUNT® services.
ARCHS will be providing local educational briefings about KIDS COUNT® and creating case studies that document the St. Louis area’s efforts to improve the quality of life for St. Louis’ most vulnerable, at-risk children.
ARCHS wishes everyone a safe and happy holiday season.
The St. Louis Basketball League slam dunked 168 hours of life skills sessions, and left 100 percent of participants with a now positive perception of police officers, according to survey results. For 2014, more than 750 young men between the ages of 18-35 formed teams for several 11-week basketball leagues. Police officers coach teams in the league.
To play in the league, participants are required to take six life skills classes coordinated by Fathers' Support Center, which teach the young men about topics ranging from health and fitness, to financial literacy, to STD prevention, to fatherhood responsibilities.
The St. Louis Basketball League is a partnership between ARCHS, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, St. Louis Department of Parks, Recreation, and Forestry, and Fathers' Support Center.