Kids and Education

Feature StoryDallis Gatlin has served as executive director of Carriage Town Ministries for the better part of a decade.
In The News“With the skills that I've learned with the CNC (manufacturing equipment), I've got three companies who are really interested and ready to hire me on the spot once I finish the program,” says Steve Terry, a student in MCC's Workforce Development Prog
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In The NewsLeon El-Alamin is the founder and executive director of MADE Institute. He uses his own life experiences to help clients build new lives for themselves after being released from prison.

MADE Institute: Building new beginnings after prison


In The NewsKelly Fields, principal and Northwestern High School says: "I have a responsibility to give back to this community in the same way that it’s given to me because I can’t tell you how many beautiful things have happened to me as a result of being a tea

Kelly Fields: A Flint kid for Flint kids


In The NewsStudents at Educare Flint sing, "The Ants Go Marching" during the grand opening celebration Monday, Dec. 11, 2017.

Flint, Michigan is changing the world. Again.


Feature StoryFlint, MI - Tuesday, November 21, 2017: Workers put the finishing touches on the entryway of the new Educare Center in Flint.
Feature StoryFlint, MI - Friday, November 10, 2017: Student coordinators for the SAE/GM AutoDrive Competition Alex Rath, 22 (left) and Shobit Sharma, 26, survey the new Chevrolet Bolt provided to the university for the competition in the garage at Kettering Unive
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In The NewsMembers of the University of Michigan-Flint's Entrepreneurs Society recently brought back a national award—second place for cross campus involvement from the College Entrepreneurship Organization conference.

College entrepreneurs win national award (again)


In The NewsGreg Fiedler, president and CEO of the Greater Flint Arts Council, outside the GFAC gallery and offices on South Saginaw Street in Flint.

A look inside the Greater Flint Arts Council


In The News“All aboard,” calls Larry Coleman, conductor at Huckleberry Railroad, to usher guests to their seats for the 40-minute trip from Crossroads Village along the shore of Mott Lake and down the historic Pere Marquette railbed.

Huckleberry Railroad through the eyes of a conductor


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