Erica Tevis earned a graduate degree in criminal justice and eventually used it to find her to her dream job.
The arts, entertainment and recreation industry in Detroit is growing at a steady rate.
Cameron Conaway used his degree in criminal justice in a decidedly unique way.
Janet Patterson returned to school during a nursing shortage to supplement her education and propel her career.
Over 500 entry-level jobs are waiting to be filled at a pair of packaging facilities in Wayne County.
One local expert combined a degree in forensic chemistry with another in criminal justice to form a unique career hook.
Mark Stanislav took his impressive education in technology and turned it into a profitable startup.
Director of Teacher Leadership Latoya Perry offers guidance and expertise to elementary school teachers in Detroit.
The educational services market in Detroit is estimated to grow by 4.2 percent in the coming years.
Registered Nurse Angil Tarach-Ritchey has turned her care and respect for the elderly into a successful career.