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By James Turner This week’s web exclusive focuses on staying healthy and advancing your career. Host Jill Washburn sits down with Armond Harris – Co-Founders of Networking Out, LLC and the Networking Out Foundation. They […]
Rob Stone talks about the world of training and employment with Jim Sawyer from Macomb County Community College, Athena Miller from Focus: HOPE, Tara Miceli from the Walsh Institute and ZaLonya Allen from the SE Michigan Entrepreneurs Association.
This week on Street Beat, host Jill Washburn talks to groups that are matching donors up with children, families, or seniors, who need some assistance for the holidays.
Host Jill Washburn sits down with Jason Appling and Byron Suggs – Co-Founders of Cool Smart, Inc. They discuss “Tux & Chucks”.
This week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson talks about issues that affect senior citizens.
On this week’s Street Beat, host Roxanne Steele takes a look at Breast Cancer Awareness and the fight against the disease.
On this week’s Street Beat, host Jill Washburn talks about seasonal cleaning/organizing and where to donate all the usable items that families might discard.
This week’s web exclusive focuses on teaching techniques. Host Jill Washburn sits down with Christopher Lindsay – School Director of the International Preparatory Academy (IPA) in Detroit. They discuss “student centered learning” and what IPA is doing to make college the right choice for a broader range of students.
Host Karen Carter looks at how an autism diagnosis affects families and where those families can go for some much-needed support.
This week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson focuses on small business and the boost to the local economy that occurs when residents decide to shop locally.