ABOUT AMERICAN GRADUATE


Over the past six years, public media’s American Graduate initiative has helped our country understand the importance of improving high school graduation rates for all youth. Entering its newest phase, American Graduate is evolving to focus on what happens after high school graduation, helping young people access pathways to gainful employment in high-demand sectors.

Through American Graduate: Getting to Work, the Nine Network is highlighting the changing world of work, the pathways into well-paying, in-demand jobs, and resources available to the St. Louis community. Specifically, middle-skills jobs offer opportunities to people looking to start or change a careers. These jobs require some education and training after high school, but not necessarily a four-year degree.

CONNECT TO RESOURCES


There is a job center near you that can provide you with information, training, and resources available in your area. Use the search tool below to find your local job center.

Working St. Louis

Finding a career can be a challenge. Working St. Louis is a web series produced by the Nine Network in support of its American Graduate: Getting to Work initiative.

Living St. Louis

The Skills Gap: A Living St. Louis Special

This Living St. Louis special explores our regional economy and the changing job market. There are many pathways one can take to find a steady, well-paying job, and many do not require a 4-year degree. The Nine Network explores these opportunities on this Living St. Louis Special, which focuses on our regional economy and the changing job market.

This work is made possible by generous support from these local organizations