Street Beat: Summer Fun For Kids
Summer is coming. What will your kids be doing? This week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson looks at some of the activities available to kids this summer. First, the National Society of Black Engineers is hosting a three week Summer Engineering Experience for Kids. National Chairman Matthew Nelson explains the program. Then, Valerie Corbett, the Continuing Education Program Coordinator for Macomb Community College talks about their summer class series, College 4 Kids. Next, the Howell Nature Center has camps and activities all summer long. CEO Richard Grant shares the details. Finally, Sam Saunders, the founder of Seven Mile Music, talks about his music program for Detroit youth.
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Study Abroad Program Empowers And Humbles Local JournalistOakland University Journalism student Christina Salem talks about the impact a study abroad program in Greece had on her.
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