Kids and Education

In The News Flint community leaders dig into the ceremonial plot of dirt to the usher in the construction of Kettering University's Learning Commons.
Feature Story Every Thursday from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Flint Fresh brings a large offering of perishable goods that SBEV families and the greater public can purchase at a discounted price.

Pilot program brings fresh produce directly to Flint's food desert


In The News The GCI building is host to several facilities designed to imitate real-world work environments. The GCI conference center sits next to the restaurant where visitors and staff can purchase food cooked by students.

Students get a taste of what Genesee Career Institute has to offer


Feature Story In the face of the city’s population decline, Flint leaders and businesses are coming together to make sure everyone is informed and gets counted.
Feature Story Senior Angelina Marin smiles as she walks through a virtual rendition of the Great Wall of China.
In The News GCI welding student and Flushing High School senior, Luke Kenrick, practices his welding technique.
Feature Story Boys and Girls Club members express themselves with paint in the Art Room during the summer of 2019.
In The News The $2,500 grant will help Kettering reach more kids of all ages who want to explore their passion for STEM.

Kettering opens registration for STEM summer programs


Feature Story Park Place Hair Studio, LLC is a vehicle for the brand How the Clippers Saved My Life, which inspires and encourages young people in the Flint area.

Clippers help Flint youth navigate life lessons


Feature Story  Mott coach Steve Schmidt and assistant Kevin Tiggs watch a scrimmage during a Mott basketball practice in December.
In The News Charles H. Winfrey is having an open call Wednesday, Dec. 18 to bring to life all 21 characters of his play. Slated for public viewing in February, "The Saints" is a life-inspired retelling of the St. John Street neighborhood.
Feature Story Best Food Forward giveaway Oct. 29 at McMonagle Elementary.

How schools are closing out 2019 with holiday generosity


Feature Story Gabrieille Davis’ own musical pursuits have grown since founding Dream League — she’s also a DJ. Along with her background in the church, other genres and musical influences include Vulfpeck, The Internet, Arctic Monkeys, and Daft Punk.
In The News The Fatima family is just one family that has participated in the bookshelf project as part of The Flint Club's literacy initiative "Books Change Lives."
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