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🎂 This is an awesome way for us to celebrate turning 64 years old!
#Dinner 🥘 + #familytime + playing with science = #lotsoflove and #lotsoflearning at the #ninePBS Ready To Learn session today called "The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!" We are exploring the wonders of science that will build on children's curiosity about the natural world, introducing them to science concepts and providing a foundation for more science learning.
Thank you to our great partners at St. Louis Children's Hospital (@stlchildrens) for helping to make this a reality!
Plus, Hot Dog Daddy is providing dinner tonight. What a treat!
#scienceiscool #sciencerocks #
Raising St. Louis is a program which allows St. Louis Children's Hospital to extend its reach into the St. Louis community. Raising St. Louis connects with mothers, fathers and other family members to help build and sustain the family unit, reduces the high infant mortality rate, promotes literacy and increases access to health care. Visit http://bit.ly/raisingstl to find out more or to see if you are eligible to participate at zero cost to you and your family.
We turned 64 today! 🎂 Happy Birthday to us! 🍰 Did you know our first office and studio were in a gymnasium at @wustl_official ? #itsmybirthday #birthdaylove 
Photo 1: 
Sonny Fox, known as the Finder in the early days of KETC-TV, shows one of the station's cameras in July 1954 to children in the summer day camp at Hamilton School, 5851 Westminster Place. The station's first studio was in a gymnasium in McMillan Hall at Washington University. Fox was the "Finder" because he traveled the area in a Corvette searching for stories of interest to young people. (Buel White/Post-Dispatch)
Photo 2:
Students from Dessalines School, 1745 Hadley Street, parade through their neighborhood just north of downtown on Sept. 23, 1953, in support of fundraising for KETC-TV. Organizers had hoped to be on the air by then, but the original cost estimates were optimistic. (Edward J. Burkhardt/Post-Dispatch)
Photo 3: 
Margaret Elliott, a mathematics instructor at Washington University explains the solution to a problem during an evening broadcast aimed at college students on KETC-TV in March 1957. Most of the station's daytime programming was aimed at students in elementary and high schools, and evening broadcasts were aimed at adults. (Jack Gould/Post-Dispatch)
Photo 4:
KETC's first office and studio were in a gymnasium in McMillan Hall at Washington University until a permanent home could be built at Big Bend and Millbrook boulevards. (Post-Dispatch)
Photo 5: 
Sonny Fox, the "Finder," plays a guitar during a rehearsal at the studio shortly before the first broadcast. At right is Martin Quigley, station manager (Nine Network archives)
Photo 6: 
Students at Dewey School, 6746 Clayton Avenue, watch an educational show on KETC-TV in December 1960 under the eye of their teacher, Anne Johns. KETC broadcast programs during school hours on science, spelling, reading and other subjects. (Louis Phillips/Post-Dispatch)
"One of the strongest things we have to wrestle with is the longing for perfection in ourselves and in the people bound to us by friendship or parenthood or childhood." -#MisterRogers #welovemisterrogers #wednesdaywisdom #quotestoliveby #wisewords #nooneisperfect
A gender gap still persists in the skilled trades. Hear from women about their experiences going into the skilled trades and why they chose to take that career pathway. Go to bit.ly/womenintradejobs
#womeninthetrades #womeninconstruction #womenintrades #skilledtrades #contractor #womencontractor 
To find out about in-demand jobs in your area, visit jobs.ninenet.org #AmGrad @AmGrad
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Thanks for a great evening in the Public Media Commons, #stlouis! Thank you all for coming to watch #darkmoneyfilm and staying for the great discussion with director Kim Reed and @stlpublicradio political reporter Jo Mannies. We learned a lot! Tell your friends ‘Dark Money’ airs as part of the POV series on #ninePBS Oct. 1 at 10 p.m. 
#darkmoney @_kimreed @povdocs
We can’t think of a better way to celebrate #constitutionday than coming to watch Dark Money in the Public Media Commons tonight at 6:30! FREE parking too in the lot across the street from the Nine Network!
Our region is experiencing a shortage of workers in high-demand skilled career pathways. Research indicates that securing child care options while people train for new jobs is imperative to preparing people for careers.
http://bit.ly/needchildcaretotrain
#jobtraining#childcare#stressful#stressedout#newjobs#newjob#stlouismissouri
To find out about in-demand jobs in your area, visit jobs.ninenet.org #AmGrad @AmericanGraduate
It’s time for the premiere screening of Rivertowns in the #PMCSTL! St. Louis native Ellie Kemper introduces our latest documentary. You can watch it Wed, Sept. 26 at 7pm on #ninePBS.
A beautiful night in the #PMCSTL for the premiere screening of our latest documentary Rivertowns. This film explores the historical sites, the people and the beauty of the Missouri River Valley. Catch it Wed, Sept. 26 at 7pm on #ninePBS.
🙂 Happy #Wednesday, Just wanted to share some positivity with you today. 🌻
"There are three ways to ultimate success:
The first way is to be kind.
The second way is to be kind.
The third way is to be kind." -Mister Rogers
#WednesdayWisdom #wordstoliveby #awesomeadvice #pickkindess #kindnessrocks #randomactsofkindness
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Know someone who wants to work at Nine? We're looking for enthusiastic, hard-working interns who can apply their skills and talents to support the Community Engagement Team at the Nine Network. You'll get to have some really cool experiences and make a difference for your community when you join our team!
More info and how to apply below.
Two Community Engagement Internships are currently open: Digital Community Engagement Intern - focused on social media and a Community Conversation Engagement Intern - focused on American Graduate. (Visit the link to read more about these positions.)
All internships require a minimum of a 10-hour per week commitment. The internship is paid or will receive credit via arrangement with the intern’s post-secondary institution.
Steps to apply:
1. Go to bit.ly/nineinternships or click LEARN MORE and choose which internship interests you most. 
2. To apply, please e-mail a resume and cover letter indicating your interest in the position and what you can bring to the Nine Network to msaunders@ketc.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!
It's a #plumberslife for Dave Munie. He loves being a plumber and educator at #RankenTechnicalCollege in St. Louis. #plumbersofinstagram #plumberlife #plumbersworld #stlplumbers #commercialplumbing #residentialplumbing #amgrad @AmericanGraduate #stlouismissouri