Chief Information Officer Brian Kelley explains why education is the cornerstone of his career.
Grady Emmons of Detroit used his education to make advances in the criminal justice field.
Manufacturing employment is on the rise within the Detroit metro area.
Business Director Marlowe Stoudamire shares his advice for budding managers.
Doug Ford explains why his education was key to launching a career in criminal justice.
Students in grades 6-12 in West Michigan, who are curious about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careers, are eligible to win a Kindle Fire, remote-control helicopters, Lego kits and t-shirts at the second annual “What Is An Engineer” demonstration on Tuesday, April 16.
In case classes, co-ops, extracurricular activities, work and other commitments weren’t enough, a growing number of Wayne State University College of Engineering students are dedicating their free time to promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers to Michigan youth.
Detroit’s nonprofit jobs sector is large, growing and, in some cases, lucrative.
Jason Stewart teaches fourth grade at Edison Elementary School. Find out why he loves his job.
Take advantage of scholarships offered to Detroit students to forgo debilitating student loans.
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