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So far Alyssa Williams has created 4 blog entries.

Mid Year Reflection 

 

The first half of the fellowship was simply ALOT.

Alot of work, alot of networking, alot of sticky notes, but most importantly ALOT of growth.

Through Challenge Detroit and working with my host company I’ve grown personally, professionally and civically. Below are my top 4 highlights from the first half of the Challenge:

 

 

Doing impactful and […]

Partnering with the City of Detroit Office of Civil Rights, Inclusion & Opportunity

In December and January, half of our cohort had the honor to work on our second challenge project with the City of Detroit’s Office of Civil Rights, Inclusion and Opportunity (CRIO), to help build awareness about CRIO among Detroiters. CRIO consists of four different workstreams – Civil Rights, Construction Outreach, the Detroit Business Opportunity Program, […]

Shopping as a Detroiter

I have a confession – I’m a shopaholic.
Over the years I’ve been able to rein in my habit but I still have a shoppers itch that just don’t quit. However, since starting Challenge Detroit, I’ve begun to scratch my itch with local, small owned Detroit Businesses  Not only have I had to opportunity to shop […]

Co-Designing a Student Leadership Conference

“We were blown away by how confident and leadership-driven DPSCD students are, and they were extremely kind and caring of each other. Our key insight from the project was that today’s youth in Detroit want their voices to be heard and that they want the opportunity to speak at a youth conference, not only be […]