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.
Today’s lesson: Are graduates of the largest Michigan law school entitled to a tuition refund if they don’t find satisfactory jobs?
Officials ay Seco say they’ll expand their workforce by at least 20-percent.
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.