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Robotics

RoboZone TV shows how robotics combines the best of varsity sports and STEM education

RoboZone TV is the only TV series dedicated to high school robotics in the country, highlighting how robotics combines varsity sports with STEM education and celebrating Michigan's 500+ robotics teams. 

Michigan Works! Red Level

Michigan Works! honors Novi IT company Red Level for partnership to train and hire technical talent

Red Level, a Novi-based full-service information technology company, was recognized with a Michigan Works! Association Impact Award for forming strategic a partnership with Oakland County and Oakland County Michigan Works! to upskill, train and expand the company’s workforce.

MiCareerQuest

MiCareerQuest Southeast will expose thousands of local high school students to in-demand careers

The first-ever MiCareerQuest Southeast will take place on November 28, 2018, at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. At this event, 10,000 high school students from the greater Metro Detroit region will be exposed to in-demand careers in the biggest growth industries in Michigan, including advanced manufacturing, construction, health sciences, and information technology.

PSDIEC

Oakland County's first international exchange program for middle school to send 11 students to Japan

This October, the Pontiac School District International Exchange Committee will sent 11 Pontiac School District eighth graders to Pontiac's sister city in Japan for an immersive cultural education. 

Chaula Thacker

Farmington Hills dance, yoga, and Bharat Natyam instructor builds a 40-year legacy of community

Chaula Thacker started both her business, Chauladevi Institute of Dance and Yoga, and non-profit organization, Nadanta, in 1977, just a year after her arrival in the United States in 1976.

Inside the Greenhouse

Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital Resident Farmer Trevor Johnson teaches kids about healthy eating

Meet Trevor Johnson. He is the Resident Farmer at the Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, but his role is primarily that of an educator. 

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More Metro Detroit colleges and universities embrace community leadership

Is community leadership something folks are born with or can it be taught? More area colleges and universities are betting that it can--and they're basing their curriculums on it.

Bats

Welcome to Bat Country!

The Organization for Bat Conservation (OBC) is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. For the last 15 years it has been located inside the Cranbrook Institute of Science, where they operated the Bat Zone since 2002 and established an animal sanctuary with 200 nocturnal animals. Now the Organization for Bat Conservation is getting a brand-new home, and with it more than four times the space.

MAT2

MAT2 prepares for next cohort of future highly-skilled employees in the advanced manufacturing field

MAT2 – the Michigan Advanced Technician Training Program (pronounced "mat squared") – is an innovative, industry-defined approach to education following the German model of taking students into the workforce and allowing employers to “grow their own” employees.

Oakland Next

Oakland Next celebrates Oakland County's future leaders and change-makers

A group of Oakland County high school students is being asked the question that may define their future: "Are you Oakland's Next ______?"

JCC Day Camps

Summer Camps in Oakland County

Spring is finally here and summer is just around the corner! And that means: the kids are about to be on summer break. The struggle for parents each summer is how to keep their children active and engaged during those long summer days while balancing their own work and life schedules, or just making sure the kids aren’t glued to their iPads all day. Thankfully there are several summertime programs for kids in Oakland County that are as educational as they are enjoyable for children of all ages.

Lake Norcentra Park

Lake Norcentra Park on the Rochester College campus is open to serve the community

Many colleges and universities have beautiful campuses that are lovingly landscaped and carefully maintained…and also not explicitly open to the public. Rochester College in Rochester Hills is going to change that with Lake Norcentra Park.

Tech248 cyber security seminar

Tech248, Oakland County arm companies and governments with tools to fight hackers

In an increasingly connected world, education is the number one deterrent against hackers who hope to profit by stealing people's personal and financial information.


Melody Arabo with President Obama

Educator, Leader, Author and Philanthropist Melody Arabo is this year's Elite 40 Under 40 Winner

Third grade teacher Melody Arabo is Oakland County's Elite 40 Under 40 winner for 2015, and with good reason - in her role as educator, she has undertaken a significant amount of leadership development and social justice work, teaching by example and helping today's children learn how to be tomorrow's leaders. 

Ruby, Abigail and Ashlyn of learn to reduce, reuse and recycle through University Hills Elementary's Eco Eagles.

Metro Detroit schools are going Green, Emerald and Evergreen

These three classifications are the result of a growing statewide dedication to eco-friendly education and environmental activities through the Michigan Green Schools program.
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