Street Beat: Education & Greek Festival

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This week on Street Beat, host Rob Stone, from 99.5 WYCD, is looks into a variety of educational programs and opportunities in the community.

First up, WWJ NewsRadio 950’s Kathryn Larson takes us across the bridge to Canada to show us some new incentives to U.S. students. Then Mike Silvaggi, Registrar for St. Clair College in Canada, tells us how we can take advantage of those opportunities.

Street Beat: Canadian CollegesStreet Beat: Canadian Colleges

Next, Kellie McDonald, Owner of the Goddard School in Lake Orion, explains how her school specializes in early childhood development by focusing on the importance of fun and creativity.

Street Beat: Goddard SchoolStreet Beat: Goddard School

Then, Amy Amador, Executive Director of the Mercy Education Project, discusses how her program has helped low-income girls and women improve their lives.

Street Beat: Mercy Education ProjectStreet Beat: Mercy Education Project

Finally, we experience the sights, sounds and tastes of Greece by welcoming Pericles Chiatalas and Christina Vlahopoulos from the Ya’ssoo Greek Festival in Ann Arbor to the show to talk about their event.

Street Beat: Ya'ssoo Greek FestivalStreet Beat: Ya’ssoo Greek Festival

Tune in to Street Beat at a NEW TIME Sundays at 12:30 a.m. on CW50.

Archived video is always available at CW50Detroit.com/streetbeat.
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